Mama One to Three

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New York City mama of one. Then Three. Writing about family, friends, frailties. Fueled by honesty, humor, coffee and wine.

How do you split your time so that all your children get enough attention?

Do have any tips for handling sibling rivalry?

Moms of multiples are often experts at multitasking. Have you discovered a shortcut or trick that all moms could use?

Why is the stay-at-home vs. working moms debate so passionate?

Wendy Bradford

Many of us do not have choices; our circumstances dictate our decision to work or not. I applaud all the moms doing whatever they have to do for their families. Those of us that can decide to stay home or return to work have many factors to consider; the decision is difficult within ourselves and our families--we seek advice, insight, experience of friends and colleagues, other moms. But to need to debate the validity of other moms' decisions to stay home or go back to work is a fruitless effort often hyped up by the media. If it is driven by anything, I would guess jealousy of what other moms' lives appear to be, and fear that we are not doing things right in our own lives. Sadly, women do spend energy and time judging the decisions of other moms; we truly have the power and tools to change the world if we focus our attention on the needs of mothers and children around the globe and within our communities.
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