Scorpio Mom Horoscope: February 27 – March 4
Remember the classic Hayley Mills movie “The Parent Trap”? Hayley Mills and her twin-by-trick-photography sister sing a song called “Let’s Get Together” - and this should be your personal theme song for the week. The moon begins its journey this week in your seventh house of committed relationships, motivating you to focus your energy on working in partnership with the people in your midst: join forces with your fellow moms to bring changing tables to your local coffee shops (a worthy endeavor if we’ve ever heard of one), start up a business with a like-minded friend, or work with your colleagues to meet a deadline at work. While you may have to back down on some of those strongly held opinions, and maybe even lower your overly idealistic expectations, there’s no need to run away—stick around and negotiate the terms of whatever arrangement your create, and be flexible.
By Thursday, you could be ready to sign on the dotted line and turn this possibility into a real deal commitment. Things with your sweetie may get intense during this time—your relationship may go to the next level, or you may suddenly realize that this person isn’t as committed to you and your children as you had thought. Do what’s best for you and your family, and find the strength to walk away from anyone who’s not willing to go all in.
This weekend’s Cancer moon will bring back some warmth and coziness throughout the weekend, but you’ll still be hungry for stimulation. Head to a new restaurant and expose your kids to some daring cuisine or take a trek to the great outdoors for a guided nature hike or a campout under the stars. On Saturday, chatty Mercury moves from your fifth house of romance and passion into your sixth house of self-care and organization—if you’ve been obsessing over a romance or have let your family’s routines go the way of the dinosaurs (extinct, that is), from now until March 23, it’s time to straighten up and fly right! Over the weekend, think about ways to streamline your family’s life: regular meal times, bedtimes, and weekly grocery store runs are a great place to start. Don’t remember the last time you worked out two days in a row? Get back on the fitness bandwagon, and put those gym classes in the schedule.