Are you an advocate for supportive parenthood? Then get your fabulous self on over here and share your experiences!
If you’d like to submit a guest post/content for consideration please let us know! Give us a shout at shauna.d.stewart[at]gmail.com, we’d love to hear what you have to say.
What We Are Building
Given strong support, information and resources moms will do the best they can for their children and each other. MomsUnitingMoms.com (M.U.M.) endeavours to offer support and information for moms looking for it.
This is a safe community. Sometimes we share tough information and views we might not agree with, but our discussions are free of shaming- no mud slinging here! (Scientific American posted a great article recently: Why Is Everyone on the Internet So Angry? Why IS everyone so angry? It’s exhausting! Let’s try to be a bit more peaceful here in this corner of the Internet!)
We want to hear from you to learn from your unique experiences.
Let us know why you chose to use a soother/chose not to use a soother, what it’s like to bedshare/use a crib, what it’s like to be a stay-at-home mom/career mom. How’s your marriage? What does Mommy Warring mean to you? What do you see as the solution? What is your advice to new moms/dads/grandparents/friends of parents-to-be?
There are a million topics and we want to hear/see your unique perspective. If there is a topic you’re craving to communicate about in all forms (written, photographic, artistic), let’s talk!
Have a blog post, research, poem that you would like to share? We want to hear from you!
Have you captured a photograph that especially captures motherhood or supportive motherhood? Please share your (watermarked) photos- we’d love to share them with our community!
Visual arts of all sorts welcome! Send us a photo of your painting, etching, weaving, sculpture, carving, word art, sketch (what am I missing?); if you are a choreographer send us a link to your work (eg Youtube); if you are a singer/song writer we want to hear from you!
Please remember that we are about moms SUPPORTING moms. No veiled “my-way-is-better-than-your-way” shenanigans, please. We don’t all have to agree with each other’s choices, but we do have to be respectful.
We look forward to learning more about your experience as a parent!