The best and worst of motherhood

By Marsha Maung The pain, the joy, the sacrifices, the love, the fear, the confusion, the anxietym panic, loss of time and privacy. The internal battle between our inner personality against our need to with our kids….. Until the moment I became a mother, I couldn’t quite understand or comprehend the depth when people say … Read moreThe best and worst of motherhood

Your New Baby, Blogging, and Modern Motherhood

By Sven Hyltén-Cavallius For the mother of a new baby, blogging is likely to be the last thing on her mind. Taking care of an infant is an almost incredible amount of work, and between changing diapers and putting the final touches on the nursery, it seems unrealistic to imagine that there would be time … Read moreYour New Baby, Blogging, and Modern Motherhood

How To Avoid Weight Gain During And After Pregnancy?

By Peter Filinovich Every woman would want to experience pregnancy in her life as it gives her a new life and a new role, which is “motherhood”. 50% of the women don’t have good knowledge on how to deal with their pregnancy and mainly about how to take care of their weight. Pregnancy is something … Read moreHow To Avoid Weight Gain During And After Pregnancy?

Homage to Motherhood

By Gabriella Gometra A mother of a toddler and baby reflects on the activities that are typical in her day and on the inclination mothers have not to give themselves credit for their accomplishments. She asked mothers to look at their lives from the viewpoint of others and realize that mothers deserve a little pampering … Read moreHomage to Motherhood

Which Exercises Really Fight Depression?

By Samantha Knowles If you have ever felt torn between motherhood and your job, you are not alone. Almost every working mother struggles with feelings of persistent and sometimes overwhelming guilt. It weighs heavily on our conscience, making us question our very sense of self. It makes us doubt both our parenting and our career … Read moreWhich Exercises Really Fight Depression?

Antidepressants and Pregnancy

By David B Smith In our community pregnancy is considered wonderful, and all women are assumed to be supremely happy and gratified with their dreams of motherhood at long last being realized. Though, while this picturesque scene exists, the reality remains that, no matter how competent and supported the woman is, the process is draining … Read moreAntidepressants and Pregnancy

Want to Know How To Make The Most of Motherhood?

By Iris Shamble Copyright (c) 2007  What does it take to walk it out as a Mother? It takes love, patience and most of all it takes prayer. We can’t achieve great things in life without prayer. Daily intimacy with God will set the path for our day. Be determined you will succeed at everything … Read moreWant to Know How To Make The Most of Motherhood?

Totally New Moms: Sleepless and Lovin’ It

By Arlene Pellicane For weeks, you’ve gone to the bathroom three times every night, slept faithfully on your side instead of your back, and snacked in the wee hours of the morning. Making a baby is hard work, even when you’re trying to sleep. And once your prince or princess is born, the string of … Read moreTotally New Moms: Sleepless and Lovin’ It

Baby in the womb

By Ricky Hussey Every parent is curious to see his or her newborn baby. But before the baby steps out in the beautiful world there are many process take place relating to its development, may it be socially, physically, mentally or emotionally. Thus it becomes very important to know the developments when the baby is … Read moreBaby in the womb

6 Reasons to Invest in a Baby Sling

By Robin Johnson Have you ever considered using a baby sling for your baby? This is a must read if you have a baby or plan on starting a family. There are three very different opinions mothers have about baby slings. There are those who have never heard about slings and never tried them. There … Read more6 Reasons to Invest in a Baby Sling

Baby Slings And Your Baby’s Safety

By Nail Yener You have to be careful about baby carriers as using a baby carrier for a newborn might cause problems. In this article you will read about baby slings and safety concerns. Positional asphyxia or suffocation tends to happen to babies when their chin is tightly pressed against their chest. This position restricts … Read moreBaby Slings And Your Baby’s Safety

Babies: Daylight exposure

By Nicholas Tan One method of getting your baby used to sleeping at night, or in the dark, is to be sure she’s exposed to lots of sunlight during the day. When it’s time to nap or time to go to sleep at night, part of your ritual can be dimming the lights, simulating dusk … Read moreBabies: Daylight exposure

Keeping Unwanted Guests Out of the Delivery Room

By Gabriella Gometra With the advent of more hospitals allowing more visitors in the delivery rooms while babies are delivered, some relatives of the baby assume they can be present where they are really not wanted. Here are some ideas for the pregnant mother to consider. I overheard a discussion at my last prenatal checkup; … Read moreKeeping Unwanted Guests Out of the Delivery Room

My Baby is Snoring – Is that Normal?

By: Jason Kassel, PhD As a mother, especially if you are a new mother, you are going to have numerous concerns and worries. Many parts of motherhood will scare you, and you are going to want to do everything that you can to keep your baby healthy. Part of this is taking action any time … Read moreMy Baby is Snoring – Is that Normal?