Nobody told us parenting could be so tough! Abbie Schiller, CEO and Founder of the The Mother Company, relates, sharing her personal story of how the hard parts won’t get her down (at least not for long!)
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A little Friday pick-me-up, featuring four fun articles we came across this week, meant to support and inspire.
It is so hard to accept the limitations of our parents, but doing so can lead to more peace of mind — so illustrates Sam Kurtzman-Counter, TMC President, by offering up an intimate snapshot of her relationship with her dad.
What do you do when you’re at your wit’s end as a parent? TMC President, Sam Kurtzman-Counter, offers some tips to help you reconnect with your kids and regain the positive in parenting.
“One day” my mother told me, “you’ll take care of us.” The Mother Company’s Founder and CEO Abbie Schiller describes her decision to move her family into her parents’ home.
Family structure is diverse these days, and dialogue about what exactly defines family yields rich discussions. TMC President, Sam Kurtzman-Counter, talks about her thoughts on LGBT families and introduces our week of thought-provoking content.
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In our new weekly installment by The Mother Co. Mamas, Sam presses pause on the kvetching to explore the idea that today’s moms have much to celebrate, thanks to the strength of our communities and the gifts of our foremothers.
Bringing home a new baby is a huge change for the family, especially for the child that suddenly becomes an older sibling. How can parents work together with children to prepare for the arrival of a new sibling? Watch this fun video of TMC CEO and Founder Abbie Schiller and her daughter creating a “New Siblings Chart” to help ease this big transition.
Before becoming a mom, TMC President Sam Kurtzman-Counter never really thought of friendship as a skill to be learned. Read on as she talks about watching her own child work through the process of making friends, learning tools that might not necessarily come naturally to young kids.