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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 10-20-2015, 08:22 AM Thread Starter
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What tips and advice would you offer to new moms hoping to get it right?

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After raising 4 kids, my advice would be to relax and have fun.

We do the best we can with the information we have available to us at the time.

It isn't about all the things the magazines want you to believe.

It's about loving your kids...

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I've been raising three kids. I taught them how to be health conscious. During those times, my sister-in-law suggested me to have probiotics for my children. Probiotics provide healthy digestion, not only for my children but for the whole family Click here to enlarge
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This is a really nice post. Thank you for creating it. It's a great initiative for intended mothers. As someone who got her BFP, last month, I'm super excited. Motherhood scares me, a lot, to be honest. It makes me nervous. However, after the struggles, I've been through, it's something I'm looking forward to. It's going to be a good challenge, haha. I'm definitely ready to embrace that. What I've heard from parents, it's that you can never really get it right. You can put all your effort in and hope for the best. Here's to all the new mothers, good luck to all of you. Hopefully, my experience goes well, too. It's a huge responsibility! However, let's look at it as a blessing!
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I know that new moms that gave birth to their child not so long ago can be really forgetful. It was one of the biggest problems that I faced with my first baby. But I found decision to it not so long ago! Making notes in smartphone or notebook always seemed to be boring for me until I found these planners which have really convenient and cute design. I enjoy it every time I take it into my hands) I advice this to every mom! Purchased here https://onplanners.com/planners/best...-and-calendars
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You don't have to do everything by yourself. Have a time just for yourself - you have to get space for yourself to not go crazy. Involve dad in childcare - these are his kids too.
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just take it one step at a time.. don't be too hard on yourself.. and don't try to do everything or you'll get so much tired. if you need futon removal, we can help you with that.
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