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10 Things To Try To Reduce Baby Teething Pain

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10 Things To Try To Reduce Baby Teething Pain

There's nothing worse than seeing your baby in pain; even if it's all part of growing pains. Baby teething is the WORST because as a Mom you know your babies discomfort is inevitable. Parents will try about anything to reduce baby teething pain once those gums are throbbing and their baby isn't sleeping anymore.  Parents figure out pretty quickly when their baby is experiencing teething pain. The drool multiplies, the baby starts rubbing his or her face, daily naps get shorter or become non-existent and then there are the dirty diapers that can get pretty murky!  We compiled some of the most...

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The Many Forms Of Postpartum Depression

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The Many Forms Of Postpartum Depression

Currently, postpartum depression affects 1 in every 7 Moms. Perhaps your mother, your Grandmother or your sister experienced a bout of depression after the arrival of their baby. Or perhaps you've had a brush with it as well. Maybe you’re currently experiencing symptoms of post-partum depression, but haven’t yet labeled it? No doubt there are moments in every mother's life when she feels like she has fallen short in the world of parenting, but things can be particularly hard when it's your first time around as a parent. Keep in mind that postpartum depression can creep up on anyone, irrespective...

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7 Tips For Moms Who Want To Work From Home

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7 Tips For Moms Who Want To Work From Home

Many new Moms believe in the fallacy that we only have two choices regarding work once parenthood arrives. Either stay at home, not make an income and raise our children, or go back to work. When I became a Mom, I had every intention of returning to work. My work brought me much satisfaction and financial reward. Not once during my pregnancy did I ever think that I would not return to work. I had my plan. Four months of maternity leave and then return to work full-time. Imagine my surprise then, when my firstborn came along and I absolutely adored staying home...

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The Fourth Trimester Is Officially ‘A Thing’ – And It’s Not All About Baby

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The Fourth Trimester Is Officially ‘A Thing’ – And It’s Not All About Baby

A good friend of mine is officially overdue. She's 41 weeks pregnant, three centimeters dilated, and ready for her baby to get out of her body yesterday.  Maybe you know the feeling? Once we get to week 38 or 39, we're officially over it. "I'm so done," or "Get out of my belly," you might have been remarking to anyone who will listen as the days creep slowly by. Only a slim minority of women don't want the pregnancy to end. And I certainly wasn't one of them. At least we have a timer of sorts - we can track our progress...

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11 Free Ways To Celebrate Mothers Day

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11 Free Ways To Celebrate Mothers Day

We have compiled 11 free things to do on May 10th to celebrate Mothers Day. Mother's Day is a day to show love and appreciation to the person we love the most (besides Dad!). It doesn't have to be expensive or fancy - just a gesture of love is all that's needed.

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