Dealing with Mother’s Guilt – Part Two

Last month, I started the discussion on mother’s guilt or the things we do as mothers that give us guilty feelings. Here are another six things that cause mother’s guilt for me. Again, as moms, we all have our shortcomings and not all moms feel guilty about the same things. These are what I experience […]

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Dealing with Mother’s Guilt – Part One

Recently, I’ve gotten back to work and I’ve been busier than normal. Feelings of guilt started to surface and I found myself justifying my decision to work instead of being with Kurt. I realized that this is something all moms go through, that I can help other moms deal with these feelings. I want to […]

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We’re Featured on Feedspot!

If you’ve been following my blog from early days, you know that WanderMom started as a random idea. I wanted to share my experiences as a first-time mom and also talk about my travels. It was more like a side project for me and I did it mostly for fun. So you can imagine my […]

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When Your Kid Doesn’t Want to Eat

As a mom, you want your kid to eat right and eat well.  It’s probably every mother’s dream to have a kid that will eat anything, especially the food that’s healthy and good for their kids.  But what if your kid turns out to be a picky eater and doesn’t eat much? When I was […]

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Tips on Applying Positive Discipline

Last year, I shared the principles behind Positive Discipline in a talk at Kyle’s school and in a blog post.  I promised to share tips on how to apply the principles, so here they are 1. Create rules that are fair and applicable to everyone.  When I make a rule, I make sure it gets […]

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Positive Discipline for Kids

A few months ago, I gave a talk on Positive Discipline at Kyle’s school, MindChamps International School.  When I was informed about the topic to be discussed, I did some research on it. I soon realized that I was already using this form of parenting with Kyle, without knowing what it was called. As parents, […]

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Teaching Kids Safety at Home

As a follow-up to my earlier post on teaching kids safety, I want to talk about scenarios at home where kids also need to be taught how to be careful.  One common issue I’ve found common with mothers is keeping their kids from playing with the water dispenser, especially with the hot water. When Kyle […]

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