Modern Moms Club is a parenting blog dedicated to building a supportive village for all parents as we care for our little ones.
Every month we take the time to shine the spotlight on businesses run by moms and dads as well as businesses that are beneficial to our readers. This is your chance to use our platform to tell your story and reach new potential customers.
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300 words explaining your story
A professional headshot of yourself or family photo
Your business logo
Business website and social media
Professional photos of your work, merchandise, etc
Connect with all of our social media's ( if applicable)
After submitting your feature we will then begin to work on your article, decide which month you will be featured, and begin approving your images and business.
We look forward to featuring you on MMC and sharing your business with our readers!
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October Mompreneur Of The Month!
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check out our past mompreneur!
Yanna Lowe is a mompreneur that wears MANY hats. She is a full-time freelance photographer/videographer, graphic designer, seamstress/embroiderer, and blogger. Her businesses are Modern Moms Club, Ya Lowe Photography and Sun Five Designs.
Cindy J. Cadet is a mompreneur, author and mentor. She is the founder and chief mentor for the Mommy & Me Mentor and D.O.L.L. Girl Academy programs. Cindy is a certified parent educator who enjoys working side by side with moms to help them maintain a healthy, loving and connected relationship with their daughters by helping mothers understand the personal transition from girl to woman.
Roza Shokooh is a wife, mompreneur, and baker. After relocating to Atlanta from Toronto in 2016 due to her husbands' career. She left her job as a content lawyer behind to embark on a new adventure with him.
Shanophia House-Tillman is a mom of two, wife and mompreneur! She owns her own hair salon Beauty Editors located in Atlanta, GA. She is also the co-founder of Modern Moms Club!
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I am a BIG fan of reward programs because I mean why not rack up on points and receive free stuff and save money if you can. I usually sign up to places or for items I consistently go to or use. After I had my first son and figured Pampers brand diapers was the way to go I instantly downloaded their app.
The colder season is approaching and I think this is a GREAT time to talk about proper winter wear ESPECIALLY for infants. Most parents try to think of the most ideal way to keep their baby warm from the cold. However, most don’t know that they are actually overheating their little one and that can be fatal.
The time is coming where my little one is ready for his first feeding (he is 4 months with terrible acid reflux and his pediatrician recommend we start cereal or oatmeal once a day to help him). Babies are ready to start their first feeding between 4-6 months of age. It is recommended you begin with infant rice cereal or oatmeal for starting solids since babies have a sensitive tummy.
A teething baby is probably one of the hardest milestones in their infancy. Our poor little ones aren’t able to understand what is happening to their gums. Their gums are swollen, it hurts and it prevents them from being able to sleep at night. Us parents have to be prepared for this milestone so it can be as smooth for them (and us) as possible. How do you prepare for your teething baby?
Taking a baby on a plane can be one of the most nerve wracking things of all. You don’t want to be THAT lady (or man) on a plane with the screaming baby. As parents we all know that our kids turn up sessions are never predictable especially with the distraction of the public. Luckily I scheduled accordingly and was prepared for back up in case my plans failed.
Hey mom! I’m going to assume your here because you are trying to figure out what bottle to purchase for your breastfed baby. Remember these are just recommendations and you may find yourself going through a few options till you find the right one. None the less your in the right place.
I am VERY serious when it comes to germs and my baby! Wash your hands, don't kiss him, don't let him put his mouth on you, don't let him eat off of you, etc. There are way too many cooties getting passed around out here so if I can prevent my baby from catching any I will. Sounds a bit extreme right? Should I just put him in a bubble, huh?