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  • 7 Annoying Mother And Child Breastfeeding Habits (Part 2)

    7 Annoying Mother And Child Breastfeeding Habits (Part 2)

    Breastfeeding is truly a wonderful thing that is shared between a mother and child. As a mother of a 14-month-old, I can definitely agree with all the complimentary descriptions and relate with many sentimental experiences that come with nursing. But as with all good things, there are also the quite annoying downsides, many of which I wish didn’t exist but wouldn’t necessarily say ruins the experience in any way. If anything, it only adds to the entire short-lived experience that makes the early childhood […]

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  • 7 Annoying Mother And Child Breastfeeding Habits (Part 1)

    7 Annoying Mother And Child Breastfeeding Habits (Part 1)

    Breastfeeding is truly a wonderful thing that is shared between a mother and child. As a mother of a 14-month-old, I can definitely relate and agree with all the complimentary and sentimental descriptions of and experiences that come with nursing. But as with all good things, there are also the downsides, many of which I wish didn’t exist but I wouldn’t necessarily say ruins the experience. If anything, it only adds to the entire short-lived experience that makes the early childhood stage […]

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  • 10 Things You’ll Miss About The Newborn Stage (Part 1)

    10 Things You’ll Miss About The Newborn Stage (Part 1)

    For every mom around the world, the newborn stage can be very challenging. While dealing with a newborn baby’s demands, you might have wondered if that busy and tiring phase will ever end. But when it did, you can’t help but miss it and wish that you could relive the simple joys that it brought you as a new mom. Behold are just some of those priceless things that I personally miss about the newborn stage, and I’m sure you will […]

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  • 20 Things I Would Warn My Pre-Baby Self About Motherhood (Part 2)

    20 Things I Would Warn My Pre-Baby Self About Motherhood (Part 2)

    Oh, my naive younger self. There are a lot of things that I could tell my old self about her future (today), particularly the part where I’ve become a full-fledged parent with a complete new set of priorities. I now realize that no matter how “prepared” you think you may be for parenthood, there are things that will surprise you, challenge you and make you miss your old life. Hence my list below. (You can read the first part of this […]

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  • 20 Things I Would Warn My Pre-Baby Self About Motherhood (Part 1)

    20 Things I Would Warn My Pre-Baby Self About Motherhood (Part 1)

    Oh, my naive younger self. There are a lot of things that I could tell my old self about her future (today), particularly the part where I’ve become a full-fledged parent with a complete new set of priorities. Not that I was a teen mom or anything and that I wasn’t ready at all to have kids. I gave birth to my child at the age of 27, and I’m glad I can confidently say that I’ve graduated from all the partying and […]

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  • 3 Child Fever Symptoms Moms Should Not Overlook

    3 Child Fever Symptoms Moms Should Not Overlook

    When it comes to our children’s health, it’s easy for us to panic and sometimes overreact. After all, it’s first priority. While we’ve pretty much learned a lot about first aid, we can’t help but feel like guessing sometimes when it comes to fevers. Typical scenario: Your baby or child turns pinkish and starts looking flushed, cries or walks up to you and basically looks for comfort in her mommy’s arms. You feel that she’s warm to the touch and […]

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  • 4 Things You May Not Know You Need to Do Before D-Day

    4 Things You May Not Know You Need to Do Before D-Day

    You’ve been looking forward to this day for more than half a year–as soon as your first prenatal check-up, even. Now that the big day is right around the corner, it’s normal to feel a little worried too anxious about all the preparations. Have you forgotten something? Chances are, you probably did. Not to worry. Below is a really short list of what mothers-to-be often forget, and I’m just here to be the good girl and remind you to make […]

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  • 15 Things You Should Never Say To A Breastfeeding Mom (Part 2)

    15 Things You Should Never Say To A Breastfeeding Mom (Part 2)

    As a mother, you probably already know the hoolabaloo between breastfeeding and bottlefeeding. And while more and more people are getting educated on the benefits of nursing their babies–and how it’s actually not old school or unnecessary–you’re still bound to encounter people who will question your choice to breastfeed your baby. And when you do, you’re gonna want to be prepared! Below are just some of the many–honestly irritating–lines that you’ll probably hear throughout your breastfeeding journey. Of course, these answers are mine, […]

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  • 15 Things You Should Never Say To A Breastfeeding Mom (Part 1)

    15 Things You Should Never Say To A Breastfeeding Mom (Part 1)

    As a mother, you probably already know the hoolabaloo between breastfeeding and bottlefeeding. And while more and more people are getting educated on the benefits of nursing their babies–and how it’s actually not old school or unnecessary–you’re still bound to encounter people who will question your choice to breastfeed your baby. And when you do, you’re gonna want to be prepared! Below are just some of the many–honestly irritating–lines that you’ll probably hear throughout your breastfeeding journey. Of course, these answers are […]

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