Momstrology: Parenting with Astrology

The Taurus Mom: April 20-May 20

Children fundamentally need routine, which happens to be a specialty for rock-steady Taurus. Being a creature of habit, you have no problem setting certain basic guidelines like bedtimes, mealtimes, and naps. While you may not always be the most expressive or flexible person, you’re the mother who shows up. School concerts, plays, soccer games—whatever the occasion, you can be counted on to attend and root for your clan.

Your steady presence gives your kids an important sense of security, which helps them feel confident in the world. “My Taurus mom doesn’t always get me,” says a friend, “but in spite of my criticisms, I can say 100 percent that she was always there.” Mama, that counts for a lot….READ MORE >


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