Dr. Alisa Bare, a National Certified Child Passenger Safety Instructor, shares what parents need to know about booster safety.
You might be wondering, why do we need special plus size parenting tips?
When you’re a plus size parent, things look a little different, but no one wants to talk about it.
Do some of these situations sound familiar?
You don’t fit comfortably on a swing set, but you’re still running around the play structures with your kids.
Those tiny chairs at school teachers insist are safe to sit on make you nervous. You’ve never broken one, but I worry about the day it will happen.
And maybe you have broken a chair in the past, but like to forget it ever happened.
Trips to the pediatrician cause anxiety because of assumptions about what you feed your kids (**cough, cough*** get a new pediatrician).
And while we all try our best, just like every other parent, you’d like to swing by the drive-thru on a busy evening without fear of being judged by other moms (because side-eyeing happens, and it stings).
You have a deep desire to raise body-positive kids and tap into plus size parenting tips – yet you’re still working on your body love journey.
We get it, it’s hard work unpacking a lifetime of body-shaming messages, but it’s worth it for our kids and us.
Let’s have frank conversations around plus size parenting tips!
We’ll talk about the frustrations without only focusing on negativity. Yes, things are different, but we sure would like to be treated just like every mom.
We’re interviewing plus size parenting tips experts and moms alike!
Enjoy scrolling below and find the resource that speaks to you.
You’ve found the right spot, and you’re not alone.
Her Body Can by Katie Crenshaw and Ady Meschke is a body-positive kid’s book with unapologetic messages about self-love!
Oh. My. Goodness! I finally understood the hype, when I didn’t have to wipe! A product review of TUSHY – a bidet that’s mom recommended and kid-approved.
This is the story of my family’s terrible car accident, why I spoke up about booster safety, and how that message has gone viral.
Let’s explore the topic of raising body positive kids – from a conversation I recorded with my 8-year-old son to an interview child and family therapist.
Pia Schiavo-Campo joins the Plus Mommy Podcast to have a crucial conversation about race, adoption, motherhood and body image.
When you’re plus size and pregnant it’s easy to feel invisible since the outside world can’t tell you’re growing life within you. Mia joins the podcast to share her plus size pregnancy struggles and journey to finding self-love during pregnancy.
Body positive activist Amy Pence-Brown, of The Stand for Self-Love, shares that experience and tips for raising body positive kids.