Checking on social media, it seems like motherhood is so easy, so fulfilling, so joyful. On the pictures, no dark rings under the eyes, no extra pound, no vomit on the clothes, a perfect blow-dry and make-up, the children all smiling and clean…
Welcome to Motherhood through the lens of Photoshop.
Just like all the other parents, I am going through a tough period during which my toddler doesn't want to eat anything but pasta, French fries and charcuterie... Yet I have tried everything, he throws everything at the dog (at least someone enjoys my "cuisine"). Then I found Kayla.
It was an inevitable purchase, I suppose, after having two boys in two and a half years. When we found out our second baby was another boy, I remember thinking:Someday they'll share a room, probably bunk beds.I imagined them whispering to each other late at night, talking about monster trucks and basketball.
Play is the business of childhood, allowing your child free rein to experiment with the world around him and the emotional world inside him, says Linda Acredolo, professor of psychology at the University of California at Davis and coauthor of Baby Signs: How to Talk With Your Baby Before Your Baby Can Talk and Baby Minds: Brain-Building Games Your Baby Will Love.
Good news ! Merci Bisous partnered with Pathport.store to create the perfect mommy-friendly guide of New York. We asked Kat Houe Maric to share her favorite "suitable-for-baby" spots of the Big Apple and we are very proud of the result.