Category: weeSpring

mother's day, not just for moms

#NotJustForMoms

This Mother’s Day will be my second as a mom and my first as an entrepreneur.  Life has changed in a hundred ways since last May, and I’ve spent a lot of time reflecting on balance and family.  Being a good mom isn’t just about me… so I don’t want Mother’s...

Guest Blog: miniJetsetter

As a designer turned stay-at-home mom, Carla Palmer launched Cheekie Charlie: a collection of onesies with 100% organic interchangeable snap-on bibs inspired by her daughter. Cheekie Charlie was born from a mom’s mission to design a product that would lessen wardrobe changes, laundry, and—ultimately—the chaos of life with a baby. And...

We are… TechStars!

Today, weeSpring was announced as one of the companies in TechStars’ New York City program.  As one of 11 start-ups selected from more than 1,700 applications, we are incredibly excited and proud.  We joke often about weeSpring being our second baby, and this kind of feels like our baby won...

weeSpring on Daily Candy!

When I moved to Manhattan in 2001, Daily Candy had a cult following as the must-read for anyone in-the-know.  Before Facebook and Twitter, and even before blogs, there was Daily Candy — and it was always one of my favorite emails of the day.  Since then, it’s grown into a taste-making empire, millions of...

Guest Blog: Baby Registry Inventors are Evil Geniuses

When she’s not managing canine-toddler relations between their son and rescue mutt,  Sarah Nau spends her time thinking about other people’s kids as a manager at the American Academy of Pediatrics.  Despite her involvement with the AAP (and her husband’s insistence to stay off the internet), she still finds herself...

Weighing in on the work-from-home kerfuffle…

We’re taking a break from our regularly scheduled programming of awesome advice from awesome regular parents to step into the ring on this whole Yahoo controversy.  We’re also taking a break from writing in the royal we (the way we usually do on this blog), because it’s just a really...