Where to Turn When You Need A Caregiver In Dallas
If someone in your life is at the point where they need a little extra help, consider hiring a caregiver in Dallas…
Ten Tips for Becoming Your Family's Nutritionist
Following are the first Six tips. You as parents have a nutritional window of opportunity in your child's first few…
How Does Joining A Mom's Forum Help New Mothers?
I remember being a new mother - my first baby is about to turn 8 but the memories are still vivid. Those early days…
From My Little Girl To A Wonderful Mother
When she came into the world I was overcome with joy. Staring through the maternity ward window so many thought's ran…
Last Chance Misson: How to Deal With Your Baby's
What do you do when the father of your child comes sniffing around again ? If you are anything like me, you think it…
Alternatives To Supplemental Bottles
This article offers a mother alternative methods to use for breastfeeding without having to revert to giving the infant…
Motherhood Articles (94)
Should You Avoid Certain Foods Whilst Breastfeeding?
In the early months of life, a baby is completely dependent on breastmilk to fulfil its dietary requirements. During breastfeeding many mothers find that it is possible to eat exactly as they choose, without suffering ill effects on themselves or their baby. Although highly seasoned foods, or foods with intense…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Aug 22, 2011  
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25 Ways For Mom To Shake Off The Day
Sometimes life gives you "those" days...You know the ones I'm talking about, right? Nothing is going right. You left your kid home with the babysitter and surprise surprise, they left a natural disaster in your house. There are twelve loads of laundry and a sink full of food encrusted dishes…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   May 27, 2011  
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3 Potty Training Pointers That Really Work
Potty training your child can either be a frustrating or an exciting experience filled with lots of trial and error along the way. But you can rest assured that your child, any child, will be potty trained eventually. You don't see quite a lot of teens running around in diapers,…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   May 30, 2011  
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new mother advice
If you are looking for some new mother advice, because you have just had a baby then congratulations! One thing you will find (as most of us do) is that everyone has advice for new mothers and while it is all well meaning, most of it is unsolicited and unhelpful.…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Mar 29, 2011  
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Motherhood Advice From Other, More Experienced Mothers
It can certainly be said that there is no such thing as "one size fits all" motherhood advice. There are as many different ways of parenting as there are stars in the sky. Different women will carry different values with them, based on their own upbringing, based on their religious…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Feb 04, 2011  
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Sleep And How to Get it As A New Parent!
The one thing that is going to change beyond all recognition to a new parent is sleep.Getting enough sleep is not only important for a new parent it can feel like an obsession even a competition between you and your baby. The fact is you need to get a good…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Jun 06, 2011  
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Breastfeeding Advice – What I’d Do If I Were to Start All Over Again
Do YOU want to breastfeed your baby, but certain obstacles are getting in the way? One mother almost gave up, but overcame them! Breastfeeding advice from research and experience: As a new mom or mom-to-be, you may already have encountered breastfeeding advice in some form. If you are like most…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   May 04, 2011  
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Emotions After Birth And Postpartum Depression
It is presumed that the instant joy at seeing your baby for the first time continues and quickly turns into a deep feeling of love for your newborn. For some new mothers this is true but for others the deep bond between them and their baby can take time to…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Jun 07, 2011  
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Stress And Postpartum
So, what is contributing to your postpartum? Well, recent research suggests that postpartum depression is not just a case of unbalanced hormones. What? You say? That is ridiculous. I too thought that, especially after I could not produce breast milk. The prevailing wisdom, "back then" (12 years ago) suggested that…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   May 06, 2011  
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Baby And Water
Is very hard to get my baby to drink water. Everytime when he see me bring his water bottle from far away, hahaha... he is starting to "run away" (but he still learning to walk). When near to him he is starting yell and "pretent" to cry somemore. He don't…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Sep 06, 2011  
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Breastfeeding - Is The Pain Worth The Gain?
There is much conflicting evidence on the merits of breastfeeding, and the advantages that breastfed babies have over those who are bottle fed. Generally, it is agreed that breastfeeding is a positive thing, but there are those who question how much better off breastfed babies are in the longer term…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Sep 06, 2011  
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Mental Recovery After Baby
Do you have problems with the baby blues? It is something that will pass or something that has been lingering for days and months on end? Do you wish you could just sleep? I had a great pregnancy and an "undramatic" birth and then....I went crazy. My breast milk did…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Apr 27, 2011  
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New Parents
What are the main challenges to new parents? New Demands Both parents contend with new demands on their energy. For women, the difference is much more visceral and hormonal than it is for fathers. Men may feel new pressures to function as providers for their family. Both parents have to…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Jun 01, 2016  
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Children Keep You Young At Heart
We all decide to have children when we feel the time is right. Sometimes it just happens and we do the best we can to make it work. I am 41 years old, I have 4 children ages 22, 14, 10, and 7 (almost 8). I have been thinking recently…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Apr 13, 2012  
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Basic Information on Ring Sling Baby Carriers
If you are currently expecting a baby, have a newborn, or any age baby for that matter, then this information about ring sling baby carriers can be helpful. You will likely find a lot of exacting information on the internet or elsewhere about ring sling baby carriers. What I am…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Jan 06, 2016  
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Ten Tips For Becoming Your Family's Nutritionist - Article Three
Following are the next three tips. You as parents have a nutritional window of opportunity in your child's first few years to shape their tastes into lifelong healthy eating habits. Here are the next three of ten tips that will give your infant a smart nutritional start. 7. Mind Your…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Apr 15, 2016  
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How Does Joining A Mom's Forum Help New Mothers?
I remember being a new mother - my first baby is about to turn 8 but the memories are still vivid. Those early days of waiting for the baby to be born, bringing a newborn home, returning to work and then figuring out working and pumping, introducing solids and all…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Dec 07, 2013  
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New to Motherhood? Sad, Happy or Mixed Feeling?
Omg now I'm a mother Maybe you are now pregnant with your first child or are just looking up information about motherhood for fun or to help a friend. You may experience emotions about it and issues about how you think you are supposed to feel about it and how…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   May 24, 2016  
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The Suckage Of Single Momdom
Love, frustration, pride, joy, and pain. These are just some of the emotions that go with motherhood. Now take those emotions, amplify them tenfold, and that is what is like to be in the body of a single mother. Being a single mom, I have felt all of theses emotions,…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Jan 26, 2012  
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How to Select Elegant And Comfy Maternity Clothes?
Your body will certainly get bigger during pregnancy but this fact does not mean that you should go to the extremes to look good and fabulous. All you need to know is the types of maternity wear that will suit your body type and the ones you should consider wearing.…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Sep 17, 2014  
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How to Prepare for A Baby
Many women get very excited when they learn that they are going to have a baby. They take care of themselves by eating a proper diet, getting enough rest, and exercising. They buy the best-selling book, What to Expect When You're Expecting, go to their obstetrician for regular check-ups to…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   May 17, 2013  
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Common Breastfeeding Questions And Problems - Article Two
The following questions represent only a few of the situations a breastfeeding mother may encounter or wonder about. Therefore it will be necessary to present them in a number of articles continuing with this Article Two. Starting Out (continued) Sore Nipples What if my nipples are getting sore? If nipple…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Feb 26, 2016  
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Tips for New Mothers
Advice to New Mothers New mothers often need some advice but don't need the wrong kind of advice. First, let me share the simple wisdom that a nurse told me in the maternity ward where my son was born. By the way, I had hoped to give birth at home…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   May 20, 2016  
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Free Baby Samples By Mail Without Surveys
Many companies now days offer special programs for new mothers to join. These programs are set up on mailing lists and each new mother receives free baby samples by mail without surveys. The only way it would be possible for these companies to know which baby samples and coupons to…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Sep 25, 2011  
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Sophie Giraffe Teething Toy
I'm sure most parents have heard about Sophie the Giraffe Teether from someone. I don't think I have heard a negative review on Sophie, all I see or hear are parents raving about how much their baby loves it. Well you will hear the same from me! I was leery…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Dec 27, 2013  
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Feeding Babies: from liquid to solid food
About your newborn's feeding Somebody probably told you, but your baby's first few months will involve a purely liquid diet of breast milk and/or formula. Doctors recommend breast feeding your bbaby for the first 6 months but it is a choice. My mother did not breast feed at all, and…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Jun 07, 2016  
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Preterm Birth Numbers Are Frightening Worldwide: US Has Shockingly High Rates Of Preemies
According to a report by a collective of health agencies, there are more than fifteen million babies born before the fortieth week of pregnancy worldwide. That number accounts for nearly one in every ten births in the world and means that the problem might be far worse than was previously…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   May 03, 2012  
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Breastfeeding: Why And How Article 2
There is extensive information regarding this topic so this will be the second in a series of articles. Continuing on with the Components of Mother's Milk Cholesterol: good or bad for baby? Cholesterol is the next important component of the fat family. Is this vital fat really the nutritional gremlin…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Jan 21, 2016  
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Ten Tips For Becoming Your Family's Nutritionist - Article Four
Following is the last tip. You as parents have a nutritional window of opportunity in your child's first few years to shape their tastes into lifelong healthy eating habits. Here are the first five of ten tips that will give your infant a smart nutritional start. 10. Raise a Lean…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Apr 26, 2016  
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Fair Trade Shopping Buddy
Of all of the household responsibilities there are, for me, grocery shopping is the red-headed stepchild. I would rather stay home and steam off the goo that remains on the jam jar after an unsuccessful label removal. I find it lonely, utilitarian and uninspiring. But I got smart. I discovered…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Dec 09, 2013  
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The Divine Feminine If you are a mother, this entire article will seem one way to you. If you have…
This article provides a guideline for breastfeeding mothers to be able to determine if what she is…
Mothers Did you know that there are various types of mothers? It seems like an idea that one never…
Just as your body provided the nutrients your baby needed to grow during your pregnancy, your milk…
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