The Mom Moment

Cohen, Marisa
September 2008
Redbook;Sep2008, Vol. 211 Issue 3, p219
The article presents information on motherhood comprising mothers' experiences on managing their kids' lives successfully. It mentions some blogs reflecting mothers' experiences of interaction with their small kids. A study suggests to encourage the talkative behavior of those kids who are engaged in endless solo conversations. Such kids have been found to be more successful at performing tasks. It also offers strategies from mothers to make kids do their homework without nagging.


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