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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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
By Crystal from Make Your Baby Laugh Whether you’re in the process of booking your baby’s first plane flight, or you’re planning a road trip to visit your mom and dad, if you’re seriously considering traveling as a single mom, simply continue reading to discover 10 handy tips that will make traveling with your baby […]
By Nancy Shaw Your baby is actually taking off now, and as you chase the small one down the road, you may miss the golden days when she only studied her legs. Active is a good word to describe children at this age, and they prefer any game or toy that lets them throw their entire selves into […]