In fact, I feel uncomfortably typing it here for this blog post.
There’s no bigger rule to be broken than the “no white after Labor Day” rule.
Consequences may or may not put son on track
“Not every homemade Christmas ornament is display-worthy. You know it and I know it.”
Many of us spend far too much on Christmas. Keep two things in mind…
Check out our huge list of weekend happenings for your family to enjoy…
Did someone say snow?
While there won’t be enough to close the schools, the weather experts say you might be able to dust off your sled soon.
Want to try a new hill? Want a new way to zoom? We’ve got you covered.
Nearly 800 women die each day from complications during pregnancy and childbirth.
A MIT professor shares how our kids’ tech prowess can be a good thing.
There’s nothing like hosting a holiday get together to get you motivated to clean and organize your home.
Momaha turned to housekeeping.org to get 70 great tips on getting your home organized for the holidays.
Here’s a really big list of cleaning checklists, creating a holiday tasks list and decluttering tips…
Momaha recently held a contest to give away three family 4-packs of tickets away to The Ballet Nebraska production of “The Nutcracker”.
We’re thrilled to announce that three winners have been selected out of the 288 submissions.
The winners will get a chance to select one of the three performances this weekend.
Momaha’s Bellevue Story Time is this Thursday — and do we have a treat for you.
I can hear my Grandma now: “Sistah, you done picked up some weight.”
This week her voice will be live and in color as we head home — San Antonio, Texas — for Thanksgiving.
For us, home is long church services and barbecues for no reason.
It’s Carne Guisada with cheese tacos for breakfast.
It’s playing dominoes and spades with my brothers and cousins.
It’s homemade peach cobbler.
Make your holidays delicious with foodie advice from expert Kris Schoels.
Share your Santa letter memories with us!
Niki Hulstine’s dream was to become a mother.
A simple feat one would think. Not in Niki’s case.
“I was told when I was 21 that if I didn’t have children by the time I was 25, the odds of me having children were slim to none.”
Three years ago, she married Adam Hulstine. The couple tried to conceive. Niki took vitamins, evaluated her nutrition and plotted her ovulation. At the same time, the two began fostering children. They attended doctor’s visits, had fertility treatments and thought positive thoughts, but no baby.
Did you know there are approximately 35.5 million drivers aged 65 and older in America?
As the 65-and-older U.S. population increases from an estimated 47 million in 2015 to 72 million in 2030, the number of senior drivers on the roads will also rise.
That means more drivers with physical challenges, such as reduced hearing and poor eyesight; as well as more boomer children concerned about their parents’ driving.
Unfortunately, not enough boomer children are talking to their parents about this issue.
Three young girls sing the revamped version of the hit song while showing off a contraption that turns their house into a machine.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday have all but melded into each other these days.
Online sales have started earlier and rivaled in-store deals more and more over the last three years.
Retailers pushing to get more of the holiday shopping traffic have been opening earlier, but they have also been moving their deals to Thursday online, which enables them to catch early shoppers without opening their stores.
Hoping to add a community giving project to your family’s activities?
If so, this is the perfect time, as Family Volunteer Day takes place on Saturday just before Thanksgiving.
Twenty two years ago, the Points of Light Foundation created national Family Volunteer Day to showcase the benefits of family volunteering and provide opportunities for families to help communities create supportive environments for their children and each other.
Find five tips for nurturing your child’s generous spirit inside this post…
We all have mom guilt. It’s important to know you are not alone.
Momaha recently caught up with “Top Chef” Antonia Lofaso who shared some of her favorite holiday dishes.
“When I think of the holidays, memories of my loved ones gathering and celebrating family and friends come to mind,” she said. “A huge part of that is cooking up our favorite family recipes and reminiscing around the kitchen table.”
Chef Antonia burst onto the scene with her creative culinary skills and feisty Italian personality.
She’s such a bubbly woman.
You’ll get a glimpse of that in the video inside…
Let’s get away from everything for a while, even just for a Sunday afternoon adventure, and take to the open road.
Nothing really clears the mind like a road trip. The kids love this kind of adventure too!
They will want to explore and learn as the family travels some stretches of highway around Omaha.
My nose is crooked. My boobs sag. My thighs touch. And my buttocks is more wide than round.
No wasp waist here. That is unless I hoist three pairs of Spanx over my oversized mom gut to flatten the sucker down. Trust me, I’ve tried it… It’s not a pretty sight.
I’ve accepted that women come in all different shapes and the perfect body shape is that of my own. I like my rounded shape. My curves. My body.
Unfortunately, not every woman recognizes her own inner and outer beauty.