Who’s the Snob?

Posted March 1st, 2012 by Sue Wagner in News, Politics

Last weekend, Rick Santorum called President Barack Obama a snob for wanting every American to have the opportunity to go to college. For a little context here, Rick Santorum has an undergraduate degree from Penn State University, an M.B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh, and a law degree from Dickinson […]

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The US Census Bureau Says Dads Are The Same As Nannies

Posted February 16th, 2012 by Rebekah in News, Politics

Last week, the NY Times Motherlode blog reported that the US Census Bureau doesn’t consider what dads do with kids actual parenting. Instead it’s a child care arrangement. According to the new census report “Who’s Minding The Kids?,” the Census Bureau assumes the mother is the “designated parent” and any […]

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Remembering One of Our Own: Susan Niebur

Posted February 7th, 2012 by Sandie in Living, News

Susan Neibur, aka Why Mommy, was so much to so many. An activist for breast-cancer research and awareness, an advocate for women in planetary science, an inspirational speaker at events near and far. But to us, she was also a fellow DC Mom, “one of the girls” we spoke to […]

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In Her Own Words

Posted February 7th, 2012 by Amie Adams in Living, News

“All that survives after our death are publications and people.  So look carefully after the words you write, the thoughts and publications you create, and how you love others. For these are the only things that will remain.” –Susan Niebur  

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Join the @whymommy Love Fest

Posted January 23rd, 2012 by Amie Adams in Health, News, Parenting, Social Media Events

Originally posted at Teach Mama: We are rallying to show support for our sweet friend Susan, @whymommy, and we’re calling out the big guns. Because Susan’s complete and utter awesomeness has reached sooo far across cyberspace and beyond, Susan’s buddies from The DC Moms would like to extend an invitation […]

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Drinking + Driving + Motherhood = Recipe for Disaster

Posted January 5th, 2012 by J.J. Newby in News, Politics

I like to call it “The Daddy Hour.” It’s that period of time when Mom’s patience has worn thin, and Dad isn’t home from work yet to take on the second shift of parenting. That’s when Twitter and Facebook start crackling with “Mommy needs a glass of wine” updates. Usually they are jokes, […]

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The Right To Breastfeed

Posted December 15th, 2011 by Rebekah in News, Politics

The Right To Breastfeed

A DC area woman recently filed a report with the D.C Office of Human Rights after an incident in which she was asked not to breastfeed in a corridor at the DMV. According to her recounting of events, she first attempted to nurse while sitting on the floor of the […]

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Reston Firm Reports Record-Breaking Cyber Monday

Posted November 30th, 2011 by J.J. Newby in News

When employees returned to their office computers the Monday after Thanksgiving the first thing on their minds may not have been the bulging email inboxes awaiting them, but the Cyber Monday deals that were a few keystrokes away.  Reston, Va.-based digital marketing intelligence firm comScore, Inc. reported that Cyber Monday […]

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