By Ashley Strehle HartmanPublished on the Omaha World-Herald’s Momaha.com on Nov. 19 2020 I grew up in the late 80s and early 90s, before the concept of “screen time” was really a thing. Or, rather, before anyone paid that much attention to it anyway. And thank God for that because growing up, I learned some… Continue reading Momaha Blog: Friendships while parenting should be based on quality, not quantity
By Ashley Strehle HartmanPublished on the Omaha World-Herald’s Momaha.com on Nov. 5, 2020 There are so many reasons I wanted to be a mom. But one of the reasons — way, way, way down near the bottom of the list — was because I had some opinions on things I knew I couldn’t share until I became… Continue reading Momaha Blog: Moms: You are not a ‘hot mess.’ Please stop saying you are.
By Ashley Strehle HartmanPosted on Omaha World-Herald’s Momaha.com on October 8, 2020 “That’s what babies do — they do what they want, when they want. They take care of themselves. In that way, babies are the original self-care experts and they have a lot to teach us.” Check out the rest of the blog on the… Continue reading Momaha Blog: Here’s what my infant daughter teaches me about self-care
By Ashley Strehle HartmanPosted on the Omaha World-Herald’s Momaha.com on Aug. 20, 2020 There are three things you should know about me right from the start. I’m a new mom. My baby came into this world five weeks early and less than five pounds. I once got into a fight in a department store dressing… Continue reading Momaha Blog: Just eat it already: What my premature baby taught me about women, weight and worth