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My Dad Died on Easter :: Coping With Grief, Even Years Later

I don’t like Easter. There, I said it. I have nothing against egg-laying bunnies, fancy baskets, or the resurrection of Jesus. It’s just that grief is a long, difficult process. Easter brings up many, many memories of my over-the-top, holiday-loving dad. Show More Summary

Plan Your St. Patrick’s Day Weekend

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Getting Off the Birthday Factory Bandwagon

What’s a mom to do? Kindergarten has introduced a whole new level of birthday complexity into the mix. A worrying trend has appeared. I call it… the birthday factory. It is the antithesis of days of yore when kids just came over to your house to celebrate your birthday. Show More Summary

23 Reasons to Take a Disney Cruise With Your Family

We are so grateful that we were able to attend the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration and are thankful to Disney and all of the sponsors for this experience. Our whole family had an amazing time and would cruise again in a heartbeat. Show More Summary

Indoor Easter Events Around Boston

I’d like to bring my children to some Easter activities without freezing my (bunny) tail off in the process. Here are a few Easter events that are indoors. The post Indoor Easter Events Around Boston appeared first on Boston Moms Bl...

Postpartum Anxiety :: The Other Disorder

It was December, and my daughter was a happy 5-month-old. I had this new mom thing down, for the most part. Breastfeeding was hard, but I had found my groove. I am a chronic migraine sufferer, and sleep deprivation is a big trigger for them, so we were thankful to have a night nurse help […] The post Postpartum Anxiety :: The Other Disorder appeared first on Boston Moms Blog.

Become a Part of the Boston Moms Blog Team — Join Our Writing Team!

Our team of parents loves to inspire, encourage, and support each other. Our mission is to connect with the Boston community both online and offline and to share this journey of motherhood with each other! We are parents of all ages,...Show More Summary

Moona Is Making Mondays Better With Cheap Bar Bites, Starting Tonight

Plus, updates on local crowdfunding campaigns, and more news Welcome back to AM Intel, a round-up of mini news bites to kick off the day. What Happened Last Week? Catch up on last week’s top stories, including some good news for Medford...Show More Summary

Opening Restaurants Takes You to Deep, Dark Places

Nookie’s back with his latest installment of “On the House” Welcome back to On the House, a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to open a restaurant — or several. In 2013, Steve “Nookie” Postal shared weekly glimpses into his experience...Show More Summary

Australia’s Humanitarian Burrito Shop Kicks Off US Arrival in Cambridge

Zambrero’s first two locations in the United States — Cambridge and Warwick, RI — open tomorrow A well-intentioned burrito chain from Australia makes its first appearance in the United States this week with the grand opening of two locations in the Northeast. Show More Summary

Will Medford Be the Hot Dining Scene of 2018?

Plus, Boston’s best Irish pubs and chicken parm sandwiches — and other top stories from the week Some great news out of Medford this week, with a sit-down restaurant from the Tenoch folks on the way, as well as an expansion of a popular...Show More Summary

Five Restaurants to Try This Weekend Around Boston: James Beard Nominee Edition

If you can snag a reservation at Sarma, do it Welcome to the inaugural edition of Five Restaurants to Try This Weekend, a weekly column in which the Eater Boston team recommends, well, five restaurants to try this weekend. Every Friday,...Show More Summary

Survive the Rest of Winter With These Glorious Mac and Cheeses Around Boston

Cheesy, carb-filled goodness Mac and cheese serves as year-round comfort food in Boston, with so many places offering their own spin on the dish. Whether you’re a fan of baked mac topped with breadcrumbs or creamy dishes sans crunch,...Show More Summary

A Couple Glitzy Restaurants Eke Out a Few Stars in ‘the Seaport We Deserve’

Insights into the dining experiences at Lola 42 and Mastro’s in the Seaport District, plus a review of El Palmar in Eastie Tableside Martinis in Seaport Lamenting the seemingly overnight development explosion in the Seaport, the Boston...Show More Summary

Mei Mei’s Double Awesome Is Getting Some Scallion Pancake Sandwich Friends

Plus, some St. Patrick’s Day and Nowruz celebration options, and more news Welcome back to AM Intel, a round-up of mini news bites to kick off the day. Ch-Ch-Changes Mei Mei (506 Park Dr., Fenway, Boston) has existed in restaurant form for about four and a half years, and its food truck has been on the road longer than that. Show More Summary

Weekly Blueprint

Happy Sunday everyone, I hope you're having a wonderful weekend! Today is Violet's birthday (so many feelings! so much rainbow cake!) so I'm just popping in quickly to drop the Weekly Blueprint. Also, you have until noon tomorrow (Monday)...Show More Summary

Weekend Roundup

Happy Friday everyone, I hope you are enjoying this week. I am dealing with the plague so I will get right to it with the Weekend Roundup! And be sure to check out these Easter bunny, maple event, and Passover roundups! Currently Ongoing...Show More Summary

Food Made Fun + Easy With Just Add Cooking

Friends, I had such a fun time on today’s Just Add Cooking Facebook Live! Their meal kits are awesome, and their new add-on marketplace takes the "food fatigue" out of meals, lunch prep, and snacks. As promised, I wanted to follow up with a recap with some specifics. 1. Show More Summary

35 Novels By Women Of Color

With two notable exceptions (Trevor Noah's Born A Crime and Dane Huckelbridge’s Castle of Water) for the past couple of years I have only been reading books by women authors. And after being blown away by Yaa Gyasi’s stunning Homegoing,...Show More Summary

Edit Your Life Episode 116: Tackling Challenges + Insecurities

We know that facing challenges makes us stronger, but that doesn’t mean it feels great in the moment. Hard things are...hard. No matter how many successes we’ve had in the past, many of us still struggle with self-doubt. How do we respond? In Episode 116 of Edit Your Life, Asha and I talk about our own battles with insecurity and imposter syndrome. Show More Summary

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