Fearless

Fearless

To kick off our “I’m a Survivor” area of Mom-Spot.com, we couldn’t think of a more appropriate mom to feature than Maimah Karmo.  Over the next 3 weeks, we will introduce you to this amazing mother that turned an exasperating experience into one of hope and a commitment to other women affected by breast cancer.(…)

Office vs. Kids, round 1

Office vs. Kids, round 1

 Have you heard that more of us are finding ways to work at home? Well, it’s true and one of the biggest problems is figuring out just how to carve out that “office” at home. Some prefer to have a designated office with a closed door, while others set up a corner office in the(…)

Mountain Dew Apple Cobbler

Mountain Dew Apple Cobbler

We asked for your favorite apple recipes and you responded. Hi! This recipe for Mountain Dew Apple Cobbler is amazing! My mother made it every fall for me and  my brothers and sisters when we were younger, and now I make it for my own family. Delicious!  Melanie   2 Granny Smith apples– peel and(…)

Our Family, Our Struggles, Our Journey as a Military Family

Our Family, Our Struggles, Our Journey as a Military Family

Meet Raven!  She is our newest guest blogger here at the Mom-Spot.com Network.  She will be doing featured posts on Military Life and Family.  Her first post will publish on November 9. My husband and I have been married for a decade but it seems like only yesterday.  He is a career soldier and we have been(…)

Non-Edible Scented Play-Doh

Non-Edible Scented Play-Doh

We know that Christmas is a way off still (well, not that far off), but we asked our readers what they like to put in their kids stockings.  And we asked this in September!  We had Christmas on the brain.  Amanda said that she makes homemade play-doh each year with a new holiday scent, so(…)

Fundraisers are Always a Dilema

Fundraisers are Always a Dilema

If you have kids in school then you undoubtedly have to participate in fundraisers.  If you don’t get them there, then it’s for sports or band or scouts or…..the list goes on and on.  I don’t know about you, but I can only stomach so many things I don’t need – like another box of(…)