Motherhood


How to Raise a Child Who is Not an A$$hole

Monday, May 21, 2018 By Cheyenne Bell
How to Raise a Child Who is Not an A$$hole | Baby Chick

So, I’m going to be real honest here. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been at the playground with my kids and observed interactions between other kids on the playground and thought to myself, “Wow. That kid is going to be an a**hole someday.” Obviously, I would never say that out loud to […]

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10 Things Every Mama Wants at Target Right Now

Sunday, May 20, 2018 By Lauren Ramirez
10 Things Every Mama Wants at Target Right Now | Baby Chick

Target: the very name conjures up ecstasy, excitement, and the scent of a long-forgotten popcorn stand at the front of the store, in favor of a Starbucks or Jamba Juice. No? Just me? Either way, it feels as though the store has become synonymous with “joyful, budget-wrecking escape” for many mamas, myself included. What’s new […]

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I’m Not a Lazy Mom, I am Freaking Exhausted and I Need Help

Friday, May 18, 2018 By Lauren Ramirez
I'm Not a Lazy Mom, I am Freaking Exhausted and I Need Help | Baby Chick

I had family over to my house recently. It was an unexpected drop by visit, so I was in a social hostage situation if, we’re being precise. I’d made big plans for my day to do a boatload of nothing with my babe; a makeshift “girl’s day” because my husband was out fishing. I’m an […]

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Mom Hacks: Evening Habits to Help You Have Easier Mornings

Thursday, May 17, 2018 By Hannah Southerland
Mom Hacks: Evening Habits to Help You Have Easier Mornings | Baby Chick

I was in a chaotic season of life that left me feeling totally exhausted, worn out and irritable by 5pm every day. I was anxiously watching the clock for bedtime and felt completely depleted by the time I crawled into bed. A good night’s sleep didn’t help me feel any better and I dreaded leaving […]

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5 Signs You Might Be A Crispy (And Not Quite a Crunchy) Mom

Thursday, May 10, 2018 By Lauren Ramirez
5 Signs You Might Be A Crispy (And Not Quite a Crunchy) Mom | Baby Chick

Its common knowledge that everyone’s experience of motherhood will be varied: each and every pregnancy is as different as the children those pregnancies yield. But what about mothering styles? There’s the crunchy mom, the high maintenance mom, the helicopter mom, the tiger mom, the kids can raise themselves mom . . . Every time I […]

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5 Tips for Successful Single Parenting

Sunday, May 6, 2018 By Cheyenne Bell
5 Tips for Successful Single Parenting | Baby Chick

We live in a society where single parenting is becoming more and more common. While some parents choose to parent solo, others have been thrust into the situation whether by a separation, divorce, or the death of a spouse. For me, single parenthood became my reality very suddenly when my husband unexpectedly died at 36 […]

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Mother’s Day Gift Guide for the New Mom

Saturday, May 5, 2018 By Nina Spears
Mother's Day Gift Guide for the New Mom | Baby Chick

This post has been sponsored by the following companies shown below. These are brands that we know, have tested, love and trust. All opinions are my own. <3 Mother’s Day is almost here! I was pregnant last Mother’s Day (my family was so sweet to still get me gifts and celebrate) but this year is a […]

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Easy Ways to Get Your Kids to Talk to You

Thursday, April 26, 2018 By Lauren McKinley
Easy Ways to Get Your Kids to Talk to You | Baby Chick

Conversations with our kids are the BEST, right? The little things they say can brighten up even the most stressful of days. Hearing their thoughts, concerns, and joys helps us to understand them more deeply and to build a trust that can last a lifetime. Whether they’re 3 or 13, it makes a mama’s heart […]

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What My Friend’s Miscarriage Helped Me Understand My Own

Wednesday, April 11, 2018 By Lauren Ramirez
What My Friend's Miscarriage Helped Me Understand My Own | Baby Chick

One of the worst moments of my life was realizing I was having a miscarriage. Another worst? Finding out one of my oldest friends had just experienced one as well. Hers happened during the same timeframe, our babies were the same gestational age—basically, it felt like I was reliving my experience all over again through […]

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If Stay-at-Home Mom Was a Profession, This is How Much it Would Pay

Monday, April 9, 2018 By Hannah Crews
Best First Foods for Baby | Baby Chick

If people think being a stay-at-home mom is a leisure gig – they’re dead wrong. In fact, it is highly irritating to me when I hear people say “oh, you stay home with your kids! So what do you guys do all day?” Excuse me – what do I DO ALL DAY?! I do everything […]

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