Meet A Mom, Maria of MariaLuisa Photography
Meet our Mom, Maria. Wife, Mother of 3 and Photographer. We spent an entire afternoon with her as she captured special moments for our growing families. If you’re in need of a family photographer in Western Nassau area, contact Maria @marialuisa_photo on instagram or check out her website; marialuisasphtography.com
Back to School with Local Moms
2020 is a year nobody saw coming. Learn how moms from The Local Mom’s Network are approaching the new school year.
A Local Business Helping Others
Stores aren’t open but Mother’s Day is Sunday. If you’re looking for something special for Sunday or any day of the week, check out GIGI NY. A local business that works with local businesses all while giving back to the community.
Laura Prepon – A Raw and Honest Guide to Motherhood
A candid interview with Laura Prepon, author of “You and I, as Mothers: A Raw and Honest Guide to Motherhood,” which chronicles her struggles with postpartum anxiety and losing herself in motherhood.
Mommy in Quarantine
Kristina Gregory, CT based mom of two teenage boys, fell ill with Covid 19 in mid March. Learn about early symptoms and how her family coped while she was recovering.
Meet A Mom: Laurie Volges
Meet Laurie! Not only is she a Registered Dietitian and an amazing coach, but she is also a mama to the most adorable little guy, Luke. Read Laurie’s words of wisdom for making fitness a part of every day life!
Valentine’s Day Craft Ideas
Searching for some creative and fun ways to celebrate Valentine’s with your little ones this year? Well, as a self-appointed Valentine’s Day representative and real life craft expert, Maria Provenzano has you VERY covered!
Christina Geist on “Sorry, Grown-Ups, You Can’t Go to School!” and much more!
Meet the mom behind True Geist, Boombox Gifts, “Sorry, Grown-ups, You Can’t Go to School” and “Buddy’s Bedtime Battery,” Christina Geist.
College Admissions – Part 2
Part 1 looked how competitive college admission is these days and if the industry experts were surprised by the recent bribing scandals (spoiler alert: no). We went back to these top experts for their very best tips on helping your child get into college.
College Admissions – Part 1
Whether your child is entering pre-K or starting their senior year, the college admissions scandals have likely been a topic of conversation around the water cooler or at the dinner table. In response to this news and the importance of this topic to our Moms, the Local Moms Network is publishing a two-part series on college admissions.
Fun with Beech-Nut Naturals
I was recently given an opportunity to try Beech-Nut Naturals and was pleasantly surprised. My kids loved the way they tasted and I loved that all ingredients were straight from nature.
7 Baby & Toddler Truths from Dr. Harvey Karp of The Happiest Baby on the Block
You’ve probably read his books or heard your friends talk about them. Learn some tips from Dr. Harvey Karp, one of America’s most-trusted pediatricians and child development experts.
Screen Time and Kids
Technology is now a huge part of everyone’s lives, our children included. Learn tips on incorporating screen time into our every day lives.
Tips for Creating a Family Friendly Space
Creating a family friendly space doesn’t mean sacrificing your style. Learn some tips from interior designer Chris Roughan on how to style a space that’s safe for children and easy on the eyes.
Grieving as a Mom
Being a mom is hard enough but grieving and trying to be strong is near impossible. My personal journey of losing a loved one.
Traveling with Kids – Advice from Carri Willbanks
Travel blogger Carri Willbanks, the mom behind CatchCarri.com, shares tips for traveling with the kiddos.
Get to Know Sandra Boynton, Well-Known Children’s Author
The Local Mom’s Network interviewed author Sandra Boynton – writer and illustrator of over 60 children’s books, with board books like Moo, Baa, La La La! and Barnyard Dance!
Orange Is the New Black’s Laura Prepon Shares Her Mom Life
TV Star Laura Prepon discusses life as a mom, a new set of priorities and what she’s learned from her mom.