Kimberly discusses the controversy over the new tattoo Barbie
Kimberly is a “hot topics” panelist as Nightline’s JuJu Chang talks about the headlines moms are talking about.
Kimberly talks her tips for tweens and teens and her original “G.O.” checklist she created for when her daughter wants to go out.
Kimberly on CNN discussing her Passion into Profit book
We all watched with shaking heads this week as a Sears security employee posted screen shots of breastfeeding mothers that he captured from Sears security cameras. The twitterverse unleashed its fury, citing the obvious concern about violating the privacy of these unsuspecting mothers and the obvious stupidity of an employee who should know better.
The fact is, when to comes to breastfeeding in public, employees of many retailers often get their companies in big trouble, with let’s say, not-well-thought-out moves. Last week, a woman who claimed she was treated rudely at a Walmart in Greenville, North Carolina received national media attention. Victoria’s Secret also recently came under media fire when an employee asked a breastfeeding mother (who was likely sitting under a busty model poster) to leave the store. These incidents cost companies millions in media damage control and unquantifiable costs in reputational damage—especially among such an important demographic as mothers—who are proven to be the primary decision makers for consumer purchases, and who clearly spend a lot of time in retail stores.
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The last click is the hardest.
Of all of my online travel bookings, the one that completes the reservation to send my children to London for eight weeks of summer with their father is the hardest. No expedited Internet search, discounts or “negotiator” could make this travel bearable.
Shortly after our divorce, my “wasband” decided to leave America (and his children) and return to his home country. Just when I thought I had adjusted to my “new normal” of packing them up for weekends with their dad, he told me he was moving, and I was once again in unchartered territory.
The fact that my marriage could go bust and I would end up with a heart-wrenching trans-Atlantic visitation arrangement is something I didn’t think of when the allure of an international romance carried me to London, Paris and ultimately to our wedding in Edinburgh, Scotland. When you’re focused on making it work, you don’t always explore all the nooks and crannies of the “what if” if it doesn’t. My bad.