Mom Must-Reads :: Week of March 5


Want to know what other moms are reading about? We’ve pulled the top 5 posts from across our Sister Sites just for you!

Peter Rabbit, a Stone Cold Killer?

The books, the cartoons, the little stuffed plushes. He is mischievous, quirky, and loves a garden as much as we do. The antics of that little bunny are delightful and engaging. When I saw that a Peter Rabbit movie was set to hit the big screen, I penned the release date on my calendar. Then I learned that James Corden was voicing Peter Rabbit, and I was beyond all in. My hopes for the soundtrack skyrocketed. The man has delightful taste in music. I mean, who doesn’t love Carpool Karaoke and his epic rap battles? This film was sure to be a perfect fit for a fun-filled family night.

Gentle-ish Reminders for Your Friends Who Misuse Car Seats

Hey friends, I know this is not for you. You all read your manuals and checked the updated AAP, CDC, and NHTSA safety guidelines for proper child restraint use. And with that knowledge, I’m sure that you too have noticed a friend or relative, through a photo on Facebook or before your very eyes, misusing his or her child’s car seat. I bet you’ve also grappled with what to do about it. Of course Parent Code dictates that one should NEVER, EVER correct the parenting choices of another parent, but what about when safety is concerned?

5 Binge-Worthy Shows for Parents Who Stay Up Late

My husband and I stay up late—we’re rarely asleep before 11pm. We’re also super binge-watchers, and we go through shows fast. The good news is there’s so much to watch, but sometimes it’s hard to know what’s worth your post-kid-bedtime hours and what’s not. I’ve just scratched the surface with these 5 binge-worthy shows for parents who stay up late.

An Imperfect Love Story: 10 Reasons Why I’m not Divorcing my Husband

My husband and I have been married for 10 years. This is an incredible achievement for us. While we desperately love one another, we don’t always like each other. It hasn’t been an easy marriage.

What to Do When Your Toddler Stops Napping (and You’re Not Ready for It)

Nap time: it’s every mom’s moment of solace. Some use it to knock out the chores. Others bring in income working from home while the littles doze. And still others (like me) lead by example and take a nap themselves!

What were some of your favorite posts from our Sister Sites this week?


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