(PRWEB) April 11, 2014
Meg Collins, founder of LuciesList.com, is pleased to announce that she will serve as part of the “Parents Who Mean Business” panel at MommyCon San Francisco on Saturday, April 12th, 2014 along with other business professionals Chris Lumley, President of Clek; Kim Graham-Nye, President of gDiapers; Whitney McCollum, Attorney at Morrison & Foerster; and Heather Rider, Owner of Monkey Bars Children’s Store in Alameda. Bunmi Laditan, author of the hilarious and realistic “The Honest Toddler: A Child’s Guide to Parenting,” will moderate the panel.
“I’m really excited to have an arena where we can discuss the world of family-serving businesses, along with the challenges that go along with it,” says Meg Collins, Founder of LuciesList.com, a modern-day survival guide for new moms.
“We are ecstatic to have Meg Collins of Lucie's List on the ‘Parents Who Mean Business’ panel for her MommyCon debut! She will be speaking about creating Lucie’s List and balancing being a mom and business owner,” says Alexzandra Higgins, Founder of MommyCon.
MommyCon is an annual convention dedicated to sharing natural parenting styles and information with new parents and mothers-to-be. Alanis Morissette will be giving the Keynote speech. The Family Business panel will take place at 12:45 p.m.-1:45 p.m. on Saturday, April 12th, 2014 in the main seminar room at the Wyndham Parc 55 Hotel in Downtown San Francisco. Laditan will ask questions of The Business Family panelists about the origin of their businesses, how they balance work with family, and more.
“’Parents Who Mean Business’ will be a panel of working parents with successful businesses that cater to the needs of families. Bunmi Laditan, author of the hilarious book and Twitter feed ‘The Honest Toddler,’ will moderate the panel and keep it lively with the unavoidable humor that comes with raising children while running a business,” Higgins says.
About Lucie’s List
When Meg Collins’ first child, Lucie, was born, she didn't have a clue what she needed, let alone what to expect during pregnancy, labor & delivery, and infancy. After struggling with everything from breastfeeding to postpartum pain to stroller selection, she vowed to tell everyone the things that nobody told her. So she created the site LuciesList.com along with a weekly email newsletter, a.k.a. "Crib Notes", so others could learn from her mistakes (and maybe have a laugh or two along the way). The email newsletter, now sent to over 70,000 loyal subscribers, aims to distill the overwhelming mountain of information into weekly, bite-size chunks. The site has been dubbed “A Survival Guide for New Moms,” and covers baby registry basics, postpartum issues, life with baby and more. The Lucie’s List site and e-mail newsletter are the ultimate resources for new moms who want the real scoop on parenthood. To visit the site or subscribe to the newsletter, visit http://www.lucieslist.com.