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Erin Stewart
Celebrate the good, the bad and the downright ridiculous moments of motherhood with the Just4Mom blog. From stretch marks to the latest news for moms, Erin Stewart discusses it all while her 3-year-old daughter crams Mr. Potato Head pieces in her nose.

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Mommy friends are about the hottest commodity a stay-at-home mom can have, so it’s no wonder we’re always on the lookout for solid fellow mothers to add to our Rolodex of go-to playdates and girlfri...
As a mother, I find myself in charge of corralling the troops for our weekly night together and I have learned a lot along the way about what family home evening should and shouldn’t be.
Children with a "growth mindset" persist in tough situations because they value learning over appearing smart.
But now, after years of (mostly successful) co-parenting, I don’t just tolerate my husband’s very male style of parenting, but appreciate all it has taught me.
When I put down the camera and joined the fun, I reclaimed my spot in the memories.
Let’s take a closer look at the traits that make 3-year-olds absolutely nuts.
Why, oh, why does everything always have to come down to comparisons between working and stay-at-home moms?
The old adage of "do your best" has been replaced with the new childhood mantra of "be THE best."
While I’m prepping my house and brain and closets for the school year, I also like to take time every year to prep my kids for the social component of school.
In the end, depression will be fought and conquered personally and privately. But that doesn’t mean anyone — mothers, fathers, sons or daughters — should wage the battle alone.