Allison Cooper

Allison Cooper

Bio

Allison Cooper is founder and writer for Project Motherhood, where she blogs about balancing her love for family, fashion, and living in the big city. She is the co-founder of INTRO NYC, connecting brands, bloggers, and helping bloggers stay educated in the ever-evolving digital space.You can find her writing, at NYFW, spending time with her boys, or sipping on strong coffee!  You can connect with Allison on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.

Allison Cooper Articles

While co-sleeping might be/have been a magical bonding experience for you and your baby, we just aren’t having it. Image: Mindy Olson P/Unsplash.

I'm Against Co-Sleeping And Don't Really Care What You Think

For some reason, when you become a parent, comments start coming your way (or you start throwing them in someone else’s direction) so fiercely that it completely consumes you.... Co-sleeping is one of those hot-button issues, and, just like breastfeeding, most parents typically sway one way or the other with vigor.

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You're on your own here.

10 Beauty Mistakes You Didn’t Know You Were Making

Make sure that at least twice a year you are getting rid of unused or old makeup — even your eyeshadow as these are laden with bacteria.

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My husband and I butted heads for years over my decision to be a writer.

Being A Writer Is My Decision — Whether Or Not You Understand

Just like anything else in the world, the struggle is very real. It’s my struggle and I wouldn’t change it for anything in the world. Every day I get to experience my joy, my downfalls, and my life — and no one can really judge unless they have walked my path.

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Sleep: Where are you now when I need you?

Funny Things Parents Do To Get That Extra 15 Minutes Of Sleep

“I taught my 8 year old daughter how to use our remote to turn on Netflix Kids (only my 11-year-old knows how to use it), and left out cereal bars and bananas for breakfast.” Nancy J. Horn, New York mom of three.

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Why the hell didn’t anyone remind me how hard the toddler years are?

Why Didn't Someone Remind Me How Hard The Toddler Years Are?

Why the hell didn’t anyone remind me how hard the toddler years are? I’m taking all the mental notes on how to survive the toddler years.

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plaid shirt by Abercrombie and Fitch

5 Pieces That Should Be The Staples Of Your Fall Wardrobe

Clear the country bumpkin idea out of your head, because that’s not what I’m referring to here. A great plaid button down shirt can be just what you need to update your wardrobe this fall.

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Maybe we are overthinking and over-planning the whole parenting thing.

Apparently, Women In The U.K. Are Delaying Having Kids; Maybe They Shouldn't

I grew up dreaming of living in that house with the perfect blue shutters and the white picket fence, three perfectly interspaced children running

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Fabletics' new street grafitti line

Streetwear at the Gym: Fabletics' Cool New Graffiti Collection

Who better to design something so avant-garde than an artist who exhibited their very first pieces of artwork next to Keith Haring and Basquiat?

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Image: Kendra Scott

5 Cool Ways To Add Pantone's Colors Of The Year To Your Look

Whether you follow the Pantone yearly color trends or not with your own personal wardrobe, it’s always fun to see what they declare as “the color of the year” and the impact that it makes on the fashion market.

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Sick day for mom? Nope.

What A "Sick Day" As A Mom Really Looks Like

I think that before I actually became a mom, I dreamt of sick days to be filled with breakfasts in bed, handwritten notes with all the words spelled wrong, and misshapen pancakes — but the reality is far from that dream. I'm flustered just thinking about it.

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