Pamm Fontana, a local mom of three, speaker, pastor, and writer, will be addressing the attendees of Saturday’s MommyCon on “Declaring War on the Mommy Wars: Graceful Communication in Conflict” and will be speaking next month to the Arlington/Alexandria chapter of Holistic Moms Network on “Picking Priorities: How to Balance Commitments Inside and Outside the Home.”
As Mother’s Day approaches, it’s easy to feel challenged and maybe even a little cynical, especially if you’re feeling underappreciated or unsuccessful in parenting, or both. This is hard work, and there are really no promotions! I loved the pie graph of what moms really want for Mother’s Day at Babble.com and “What Moms Really Mean When they Say They Don’t Want Anything for Mother’s Day” from Scary Mommy. (Hint: they both talk a lot about sleep and not a lot about bling).
Last year at this time, I ran a piece featuring local moms and their thoughts about the day. Recently, after reading something Joanna Eddy of the Holistic Mothering lactation consultant practice had to say about mommy self-judgment, I asked if she would elaborate in this year’s Mother’s Day guest post. Here are Joanna’s inspiring words: Read More