Alison Lee

Alison Lee is a former PR and marketing professional turned work-at-home mother. After a 10-year career in various PR agencies, and of the world’s biggest sports brands, she traded in product launches and world travel, for sippy cups, diapers, and breastfeeding. Alison is a former blogger (Writing, Wishing), and her writing has been featured on Mamalode,On Parenting at The Washington Post,The Huffington Post, Everyday Family, Scary Mommy, Club Mid, andDrGreene.com. She is one of 35 essayists in the anthology, My Other Ex: Women’s True Stories of Leaving and Losing Friends. In 2012, she founded Little Love Media, a social media consultancy specializing in blog book tours, and because she doesn’t sleep, is the Submissions Editor at BonBon Break. Recently, Alison partnered with Megan Woolsey, a fellow multiples mom, to publish an anthology by and for parents of multiples, Multiples Illuminated: An Anthology of Stories and Advice from Parents of Twins, Triplets or More, coming out in Spring 2016. Alison lives in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with her husband and four children (two boys and boy/ girl twins).

Alison Lee is a former PR and marketing professional turned work-at-home mother. After a 10-year career in various PR agencies, and of the world’s biggest sports brands, she traded in product launches and world travel, for sippy cups, diapers, and breastfeeding. Alison is a former blogger (Writing, Wishing), and her writing has been featured on Mamalode,On Parenting at The Washington Post,The Huffington Post, Everyday Family, Scary Mommy, Club Mid, andDrGreene.com. She is one of 35 essayists in the anthology, My Other Ex: Women’s True Stories of Leaving and Losing Friends. In 2012, she founded Little Love Media, a social media consultancy specializing in blog book tours, and because she doesn’t sleep, is the Submissions Editor at BonBon Break. Recently, Alison partnered with Megan Woolsey, a fellow multiples mom, to publish an anthology by and for parents of multiples, Multiples Illuminated: An Anthology of Stories and Advice from Parents of Twins, Triplets or More, coming out in Spring 2016. Alison lives in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with her husband and four children (two boys and boy/ girl twins).

Teething can be a very difficult time for both babies, and their mothers. Most babies start teething around 7 months and aside from a variety of teething implements such as teething rings, cold cloths or even amber necklaces, you can help your baby through this with some delicious homemade teething biscuits, as chewing will help with the ...

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Emilie Buchwald famously said, “Children are made readers on the laps of their parents.” What better way to encourage a love for the written word than reading time in the day, and as part of the bedtime routine? We asked 8 moms what their favorite books for toddlers are, and why. Here are their top picks. ...

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Lemon Zucchini Loaf for Kids

Wednesday, March 8th, 2017 by from ABC, 123
The zucchini is visible, making this loaf very yummy looking, but there is no vegetable or savory flavor to the loaf, which is perfect for children. It is light, moist, has just the subtlest lemon flavor, and goes great with a tall glass of cold milk. My children eat it for breakfast and as a snack. It is also a great choice to pack into school ...

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Contrary to popular belief, photographing your newborn baby is actually easier than you think. If you can't afford a professional newborn photography session that is so much in vogue, fear not. You can capture those early days (and years) yourself, and you don't even need any fancy equipment. All you need is a fairly cooperative baby, a decent ...

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When I brought my second son home from the hospital, he was just a day old. His older brother, 2 1/2, was safely ensconced in his grandparents' loving arms, who were considerately taking him in while I got back on my feet. Our first week home was languid and blissful. I enjoyed all the joys of a newborn, rested easy, and even managed to get some ...

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When I got married, the first thing my mother gave me was a crockpot. She swore by it, saying that it was something I would use often and probably as long as I lived. She wasn't wrong. I love my crockpot. I've made soups, beef and chicken dishes, and curry in it. It's easy, requires very little prep, and you can basically throw anything into a ...

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"Do you want to hold her?" "Um ... no, it's okay. I don't want to drop her!" I said, hoping I hadn't offended my cousin, who had just given birth to her second child. I had stopped by to visit on my way to the airport, after a business trip. I was 28 years old, single, and pursuing a fulfilling career in public relations and marketing. ...

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Toddlers are usually ready to be independent at around the age of two, and clear signs of that are when they are able to leave your side for short periods of time and when their immense curiosity about their environment is apparent. How do you go about teaching independence? To start, set your toddler up for self-help by giving them chairs they ...

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One parenting challenge that I've faced in the past couple of years is teaching my children responsibility. I want to instill this in them at an early age because I believe teaching them this is guiding them to a life of independence and reliability. ...

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As a work-at-home mother, there are only a few pockets of time in my day, where I can fully concentrate on my various freelance jobs of writing and coordinating book tours. My children are only 4 1/2 and 2 years old, and although they attend preschool for half days during the week, they are home a lot. How, then, does one squeeze in time when ...

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