Author: PartywithMoms

Alexa and Will Morgan were excited about the imminent arrival of their second child. Their three-year old daughter, Sunny was happy to become a big sister too. She was thrilled to think that she would soon be dressing the baby and carrying her around. Plans of sleeping in the same room and walking to school holding hands were already in her head. “I can’t wait to take our baby to the beach and eat some...

Jane Reynolds was driving quickly to get Jack to his soccer game. As the last red light turned green, Jane said, “Jack, today how about thinking about what you are doing on the field?” Jack was touching the slippery fabric of his soccer shorts with his fingers. He dreamily nodded at his mother in the rearview mirror. They arrived at the soccer field as children in a variety of colored shorts and team shirts were joining their...

Backing out of the driveway, Jensen handed her son James a little red box. When he touched it, a robotic voice said, “Two and two are ___?” James dropped it on the floor. Jensen said, "Two and two are ___?” No answer. James was clearly thinking of something else. “James, tossing Number Master down will never help you.” James didn’t respond. Jensen fumed silently. “I was a math major at Harvard. I was a management consultant until a month...

Two little girls were in a luncheonette with their mother, finishing up their grilled cheese sandwiches and chocolate milk. Their mother had planned the lunch as a treat. She also wanted to look for boots for herself at a shoe store that was having a huge sale. “This is really fun,” she said. “It is, Mommy. I love it here,” said Sally, the oldest, who was four. “Me too,” said her little sister Annie. They put on their coats...

Jane had been trying to pump on a swing for a long time. Her mother, Trish encouraged her, repeating, “Toes to the tree, heels back to me.” She wondered how long it would take Jane to learn, knowing her daughter would gain a lot of confidence from being able to swing independently. One morning, Jane ran out to the swing the minute she woke up.  As she struggled to pump, something clicked. Getting a rhythm, she...

Twin sisters, Becky and Lulu loved their mother’s collection of demitasse cups almost as much as she did. Whenever a new one was added, they all helped to decide where to place it to make it look its best. The girls would often go to the cabinet and count the cups to be sure they were all still there. The girls knew that two of the cups celebrated their birth. “Nana sent me two. The pink...

Tess and Sally were happily playing with small dolls and a dollhouse. Pretend doctor visits, diaper changes and tiny invisible meals filled this happy time. Tess’ mother was folding clothes on a couch close by. After putting the dolls to bed, the girls talked quietly. “Guess what, Tess?” Sally announced suddenly. “I’m getting a kitten this afternoon!” Tess got very excited. “A kitten? Mommy, isn’t that great? Sally is getting a kitten!” “Oh Sally, that will be fun!...

Johnny and his mother come down the school driveway in their car. Walking up the familiar brick path, they talk about what they will have for lunch. At the door, Johnny suddenly turns and grabs his mother’s coat and she picks him up. Memories of the day before return for both. The mother knows she doesn’t want to duplicate what happened yesterday. Johnny is in his mother’s arms as his teacher very cheerfully greets them. He...

A little boy is at his mother’s feet in the play yard, slapping her shiny boots with a muddy stick. She is talking to another mother about summer camp ideas. Children are running and laughing close by. An unexpected and welcome surprise of warm weather in the middle of winter provides mothers a chance to socialize while their children are playing. The shiny boots aren’t shiny any more. The little boy means business. His mother tries...

Sustaining happiness is something we all wish we knew how to do. Is there some little way that we can try to do this with and for our children? Sometimes children find their way into complete and imaginative play. Rubber people and stuffed toys suddenly are equipped with a variety of voices. The play feels completely real to the children. Parents are delighted to witness such a peaceful and productive time. It is second nature for...

As young Mothers and Grandmothers gladly and wholeheartedly comb the earth to find a very special something for a little relative, they might be surprised to know they have this present already. What the child most wants is their attention and time. A child’s heart’s desire is unquestionably just a few hours with a parent or grandparent, somewhere simple, maybe at home, a cozy restaurant or outside. Phones and all technological devices are not invited....

We are very excited about our holiday sale!  Just enter HOLIDAY12 in our coupon code, click the blue check next to it and save 20% on all products and receive FREE SHIPPING from now through the month of December!  And please don't forget to check out our recently launched Children's Line (shirts are only $17.50)! Cheers, Party with Moms ...

Thank you to everyone who supported the Party with Moms social fundraiser for Breast Cancer Alliance of Greenwich this past Thursday.  We had a great turnout, with more than 40 friends who enjoyed an open bar and a variety of delicious food prepared by The Ginger Man.  We are very happy about the success of this event which raised $500 for Breast Cancer Alliance.  Angel Patrons received a signature Party with Moms pink shirt specially created for this event. They...

We are really looking forward to our social fundraiser tonight for Breast Cancer Alliance of Greenwich at The Ginger Man!  Open Bar & Food (6:30-9:30 PM), BCA hats, and signature Party with Mom shirts available.  Tickets are still available and cash or check will also be accepted at the door. We should have a great turnout and we hope to see you there! ...

Thanks to Hurricane Sandy we have rescheduled our social fundraiser for Breast Cancer Alliance of Greenwich to Thursday, November 8th, at The Ginger Man (same time, 6:30-9:30 PM).  We hope that you can still join us for this great event! If you have not already purchased tickets you can get them below (check or cash will also be accepted at the door). http://partywithmoms.com/party-with-moms-event-at-the-ginger-man/ We hope that everyone is okay and look forward to seeing you soon! ...

Party with Moms is very excited about our Breast Cancer Alliance social fundraiser on Thursday, November 1st at The Ginger Man in Greenwich, CT.  It is such a great cause, and we will all be ready to party after the bad weather this week.  If you believe, as we do, that fun and philanthropy go hand-in-hand, then this is a perfect opportunity for you to come join us.  Don’t miss this fun event! Tickets are still...

Party with Moms attended a Greenwich Flea Market last Sunday.  We teamed up with our good friend Molson Hart, a fellow entrepreneur, and founder of Kikbo to work together.  We sold shirts and hats, while Molson sold Kikbos.  It was fun, and a lot of people took Party with Moms bumper stickers and business cards.  Everyone loved the idea behind Party with Moms and the exposure was great! [caption id="attachment_1544" align="aligncenter" width="608"] Anne Martine Cook had fun...

At the latest Putnam Indian Field School Teacher Appreciation dinner, the Moms running the event purchased Party with Moms shirts to wear while hosting.  After dinner, the event livened up, as you can see from the photo below.  This is a perfect example of Moms doing nice things for the teachers and then joining the fun.  It is the Moms way of saying thank you to the teachers who care for their little ones all...

Party with Moms LLC and friends of ours attended “The Wall Street Challenge,” to benefit the National Ovarian Cancer Early Detection Program at Mount Sinai School of Medicine on Thursday, September 15th.  We designed tee shirts for the gift bags at the event. The benefit took place at the Town Tennis Club on New York’s East Side.  Guests got to meet John McEnroe who auctioned off chances to play or practice with him.  The event was...