Nurture Her Nature Contributers

Unplug Yourself with a “Little House” Dinner

By Seisha Lock of Education.com

Imagine if you didn’t have a cell phone, a car, light bulbs, television, grocery stores, or the Internet. Life would be pretty different! Though it may be hard for you to imagine this, every year the town of Mansfield, Missouri, “unplugs” itself to go back to the late 1800s as the townspeople celebrate Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the beloved Little House books. These historical books chronicle the life of a young girl living in pioneer times, when she and her family had to grow and catch their own food, entertain themselves with stories around the fire, and use a horse-drawn buggy to get into town. (more…)

Single Mom Diary: Top 5 Money Secrets To Remember

 By Lily Hayes of TheBabyLands.com

Yes, we have all heard this: single moms tend to be poorer than married mommies out there. But, should this be the case? I’d love to answer this with a resounding NO!  Being a single mom is no fairy-tale, but you can achieve that comfortable life you have always dreamed of for yourself and for your children. (more…)

Six Tips for Sleeping Well During Pregnancy

By Regina of momdiscuss.com

Many mothers expect to have sleepless nights after delivery, and so they are in most cases not prepared for the sleepless nights that come with pregnancy. The body goes through many changes during pregnancy, and the hormonal imbalances may make it hard for ladies to sleep. Stress and anxiety are almost inevitable for pregnant women also make it difficult for them to get any sleep. However, even with all these challenges, it is still possible to sleep well, and here are some tips to help you out. (more…)

Benefits of Positive Emotions During Pregnancy

By Kristi of intelligentmother.com

For a woman, there are always a lot of things to worry about, especially when you are pregnant. When you are heavy with a child, there is always that voice inside your head that keeps on asking questions like: Will I be a good mother? Will my baby be healthy? Am I eating right? All these questions coupled with worries about finances and other issues may leave you and your baby with a devil to pay if you don’t keep a positive attitude. (more…)

Don’t Freak if You Leak: 4 Tips to Deal with This Awkward Breastfeeding Situation

By Jenny Silverstone of Mom Loves Best
Few things on this planet are more embarrassing than realizing your nipples have just leaked breastmilk all over your shirt, in public, where everyone can see it. The bad news is, if you’re a new mom, you’ll very likely experience leakage at some point. The good news? Here are four great tips you can use to prevent and deal with it when this situation inevitably arises. (more…)