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Help Us Help Libraries–and Moms!

July 5, 2013 by  
Filed under J.Bright

Our company, Momosa Publishing LLC, publisher of the Mommy MD Guides book series, is pleased to announce it is donating 200 books to inner-city, military, and rural libraries!

When we reach 100,000 Facebook Likes, we will donate 200 more books!

My cofounder Rallie McAllister, MD, MPH (mom of a US Marine) and I (former US Army Lieutenant) are passionate about our mission to help moms and moms-to-be lead healthier, happier lives.

Our company publishes The Mommy MD Guide to Pregnancy and Birth, The Mommy MD Guide to Your Baby’s First Year, The Mommy MD Guide to the Toddler Years, and coming this fall The Mommy MD Guide to Losing Weight and Feeling Great!

The books in the series and companion website www.mommymdguides.com all are filled with tips that Mommy MD Guides, doctors who are also mothers, use for their own families. The reassuring, trusted, and often even humorous tips in this book series are presented in the Mommy MD Guides’ own words, and each tip is clearly attributed to the doctor who lived it.

The Mommy MD Guides answer readers’ questions for free at www.MommyMDGuides.com. They also answer media questions, by email or phone, via the portal at media@mommymdguides.com or contact me directly at jenniferreich@mommymdguides.com.

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Thank Goodness for Nana!

September 19, 2010 by  
Filed under J.Bright

One day when my son Tyler (4) was very small, my mom pulled up outside, here to watch him so I could work. Hat on her head and umbrella in her hand, I swear I thought, “My mom looks just like Mary Poppins!

Just about every week since Tyler was born, my mom has come over to watch him (and now Austin [2] too) while I work. Tyler and Austin adore all of their grandparents, and especially my mom. They call her “Nana Train” because she has a huge bin of trains she often brings.

Each night at bath, I ask Tyler and Austin what the best part of their day was. Often  they say, “Playing with Nana” even if she wasn’t here that day. If someone they don’t see a lot, like my Aunt Judy, comes over, they always say “Playing with Aunt Judy.” Otherwise they say “Playing with Daddy.” Interestingly, they never say “Playing with Mommy!”

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