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Survival tools for stay-at-home moms Colors and your emotions
 
Survival tools for stay-at-home moms

Survival tools for stay-at-home moms

Colors and your emotions

Colors and your emotions

Nursing in Public, emotions and lessons learned

Nursing in Public, emotions and lessons learned

30 September 2013

Re-Posted from the HuffintonPost.com It was 99 degrees out when we visited Disneyland last week. Have you ever tried to nurse a 4-month-old baby in 99 degree heat? It feels like your face is melting off. My chubby, sweet boy slid across my chest as his cheeks burned a brighter red than mine. His thin […]

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Items for your baby’s first month

09 June 2013

There is no feeling quite like preparing for the birth of a child, especially for those who are having their first. Because of this, many expecting couples tend to make several trips to the nearest baby retail or specialty store to stock up on items bought on impulse rather than need. The feeling that you […]

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A message to stay-at-home moms – stay true to you

09 June 2013

It’s entirely too easy to immerse yourself in motherhood and forget who you are when you’re a stay-at-home mom. You’ve entered a whole new world full of dirty diapers, bottles, tiny clothes and brand new responsibilities. The first few months of a baby’s life are demanding while you both adjust to this new world together. […]

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Staying active with your baby

09 June 2013

Having a new baby to take care of means spending a lot of time on the couch to cuddle, feed and entertain your newborn. Although this period of rest is necessary after childbirth, when your doctor gives you the okay to get moving, do it. Get out and get active. Being physically active is the […]

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Moms! Put the spark back in your relationship

09 June 2013

The journey of parenthood brings new responsibilities and a profound shift in focus for both parents. Suddenly, everything in the home revolves around your new bundle of joy – from money matters to laundry duty. Unfortunately, this new shift in focus can easily cause you to lose sight of the very relationship that brought baby […]

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The mommy journalist

09 June 2013

Writing down your feelings regularly is a great way to get rid of stress, tension and anxiety. Sometimes it may seem that the only way to give your mind a rest is to record your thoughts on another source. Creating a baby journal is also a great way to record your thoughts and your baby’s […]

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