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January 2018 We are starting our 2018 year off by focusing on a mother’s worst nightmare, Human Trafficking. This is a reality that too many mothers are facing each day. January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. American Mothers, Inc. will be partnering with mothers and organizations across […]

5 Ways Moms Can Help Fight Human Trafficking



For Immediate Release Last Call for Nominations: 2018 Mother of the Year® American Mothers, Inc. Seeks 53 U.S. Women to Represent the Historic Organization Washington, D.C. – American Mothers, Inc.®, the voice of 85 million mothers strong, is seeking nominations for 2018 Mother of the Year® honorees for all 50 […]

Last Call to Nominate



Meet Becky Andrews, a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and Fellow in Thanatology specializing in working with clients in life transitions, trauma and grief and loss.  She is also a certified positive psychology life coach and EMDR Therapy Provider. Becky has a master’s degree from Utah State University and additional training […]

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American Mothers annually hosts a 5th grade student essay contest, “What My Mother Means to Me,” which runs from August 15th thru January 15th. Participating is easy!  In 150 words, any 5th grader can share what makes their mom extra special. All entries are submitted by January 15th, to a 5th grade […]

Do You Know a 5th Grader?


Dear Mom, Any tips or recommendations on traveling with small children?  With the holidays coming up, I am already worried about traveling on an airplane to visit family with my three (under the age of 8) kids.   Travel tips for young children: 1.  Bring your own pack n play […]

Dear Mom