Stories tagged: "parenting"


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This Michigan Dad Saw His 13-Year-Old Son Battle COVID-19. He Vaccinated Him to Protect Other Kids, Too.

With school upon us, Michigan parents say they are cutting through misinformation to make science-based vaccine choices for their children.

In May, 2018, Mothering Justice turned in over 380,000 signatures to put Earned Paid Sick Time on the ballo. Mothering Justice volunteers collected over 12,000 of the signatures for the MI Time to Care initiative.
Michigan Moms Call on Leaders to Restore Paid Sick Leave With the Stroke of a Pen

“[Attorney General Dana Nessel] has the opportunity to be our hero,” said mom and Mothering Justice activist Aisha Wells. 

Michigan parents and residents can get involved with local education beyond electing school board members.
Keep Going Michigan: How to Work in Education Without Running for Office

Use the momentum from election 2020 to ensure your schools are performing the way you want, ‘Ganders.

Anxiety and worry can crowd a child's mind. This mom has advice for cutting through the noise.
Working Through the Worry: 3 Ways to Help Kids Cope During the Pandemic

Relax and let your kids be kids says Mitten State therapist Erica Carulli of navigating life amidst COVID-19.

Mothering Justice campaigned for paid family leave policies Republicans gutted in 2018. Photo courtesy Mothering Justice.
Michigan Moms Group: It’s Time to Restore Paid Family Leave

Mothering Justice, a group of Michigan moms based in Detroit, is launching a statewide week of action to restore a family leave policy Republicans gutted.

Photos by Erica Carulli
I’m a Mom of 3 and a Therapist. Here Are My Tips for Embracing Virtual Learning.

Back-to-school jitters take on a whole new meaning this year for families. Here are three tips from a Michigan mom who navigates stressful situations everyday.

Erica Carulli poses for a fun selfie with her sons Dominick, 9, Anthony, 5, and Luca, 3.
I’m a Therapist. Here’s How I’m Helping My Kids Cope With the Coronavirus.

Michigan mom and psychotherapist Erica Carulli talks how she’s staying active and open with her kids during this crisis.