Holiday Series: @TaraMoni
To me, the holidays represent a time to both unwind and celebrate with family and loved ones. It is also when I begin to reflect on the past year and what hopes and dreams I may have for the following.
Q: Rebelstork is celebrating Random Acts of Kindness in their #GiveKindNest campaign and launched a beautiful, sustainable gift guide for all of us looking to gift more sustainably to parents, babies or caregivers! What Act of Kindness are you going to spread this season?
A: I am going to be as complementary to others as possible. I think we easily forget to commend people and it goes such a long way. As Maya Angelou said, people will never forget how you made them feel.
Q: How are you and your family spending the holidays this year?
A: With three children under two years old, travelling is difficult these days to say the least! We will be spending Thanksgiving with my husband’s family and Christmas with mine, with all 3 boys and multiple pack-n-plays in tow. The car rides will be memorable, and I welcome all advice on how to keep them entertained.
Q: Do you have any special holiday traditions you do with your little one(s)?
A: A tradition I loved growing up was riding the carousel in Central Park followed by ice skating at Wolmer Rink. I plan to uphold the tradition with my boys as soon as they are big enough!
Q: What mamas or mamas-to-be will you be gifting Rebelstork to?
A: Lots!! It seems that most of my inner circle, both family and friends, are in the early parenthood stage. I’ve been so proud to introduce them to Rebelstork as a way to shop and gift smarter.
Q: Can you share what Rebelstork items are on your wish list this year?
Q: Describe the holiday season in one word!
Q: What items are on your child’s wish list this year?
A: Milo loves sports equipment, cleaning supplies/tools, cars, and fun gadgets so his wish list includes about anything in those categories. The twins will enjoy Milo’s hand-me-downs