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Sooner or later all women seem to turn into their mothers, picking up traits they like – and don't like. We made that the subject of a 2013 essay contest for local moms. Here's the winning essay by a Beverly mom of two.
Boston Parents Paper's 2012 Mother's Day Contest honors three local moms who've dealt with some of life's hardships in an upbeat, tireless way – all the while remaining dedicated and committed to their children and families.
Published: 02/25/2013 in Family Relationships
Turning into your mother? Tell us about it in our new Mother's Day Contest. You could win tickets to see a Boston Ballet performance of the ballet classic Coppélia.
Published: 04/19/2011 by Susan Flynn in Family Relationships
Seven high-profile Boston women, including Boston's school superintendent and celebrated chef Jody Adams, share the advice they remember most from their mothers.
Published: 06/23/2011 in Child Development
What to do when your mother-in-law's critical comments about your parenting are hurtful and frustrating? A local psychologist and our readers weigh in with advice.
Kate Stone Lombardi's experience raising a son in a culture that views a close mother-son relationship as somehow troubling and wrong has written a new book to fight this perception and shatter The Mama's Boy Myth.
Published: 04/18/2012 by Susan Flynn in Family Relationships
Mary Lou Andre, owner of Needham-based Organization by Design, talks with the Boston Parents Paper about how moms can always look their best, whether in the boardroom or at the bus stop.
Published: 03/20/2012 by Irene Middleman Thomas in Work & Family
Rebecca Lobo made her name as a star player in women's basketball. These days she's a mom of three and a sportscaster for ESPN. Here's what she has to say about work, motherhood and sports.