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Mothers need care and guidance on their pregnancy and the way to bring up their children in good health, education, environment and other factors that help in shape up the children. The most requirements of motherhood are excellent accommodation, love, environment, finance, nutrition, discipline, communication and many others which cannot all be listed. In our motherhood section there are testimonies and reviews of materials and products that related to the motherhood as baby requirement; clothes, toys and educational materials. Also there are tips on how to give your kids the proper diets to eliminate malnutrition problems. Career guidance tips are also available provided by our expert members. The discussion forums are also very important and with give answers to most disturbing issues as health, disabilities and the changing motherhood trends.Displaying 1-10 of 11 result(s).Go to page: << First< Previous12Next >Last >>What Is Postnatal Depression? Signs And Risk FactorsPosted by Guennadi Moukine. Published on Sep 01, 2009 Postnatal depression is estimated to affect 1 in 5 women and is found in all cultural, social and age groups. There are different types of this condition experienced by mothers after birth. There is the ‘Baby Blues’ which usually occurs between the 3rd and 5th day and usually resolve by the 10th day. It is thought to be the response to hormone changes and the stress of giving birth and occurs in up to 70% of women. Surrogacy For Gay CouplesPosted by Karen Farmer. Published on Aug 30, 2009 Here’s the story of Lura Stiller who became a surrogate mom for a gay couple. She was sitting in front of a nice sunny cottage somewhere in Cambridge. At that time during that spring morning, Lura was calming down the daughter (who was a 3-month old baby) of Cary Friedman and his gay partner, Rick Wellisch, Stiller is 34. He is a professional homemaker who works in Dallas, Texas or in other suburbs. She said that she didn’t know any gay people except these two. However, Friedman is a psychiatrist, while his mate Wellisch is an internist. Herbal Foot Pampering Recipes For Busy MomsPosted by Shelly Hill. Published on Aug 22, 2009 As a mother, I used to neglect my feet as it just was not at the top of my list of things I needed to do. Now, after a busy day spent chasing around kids, I look forward to 20-30 minutes of spoiling myself with some much needed foot care. Reasons To Let Baby Sleep In CribPosted by Kayla Donohue. Published on Jun 14, 2009 Having a baby is really an overwhelming feeling. He brings you happiness that cannot be measured. He makes your house more alive because of his laughter and smiles. All you want to do is give him all the best things that he deserves. It is truly an important issue to know when to let baby sleep in crib. Five Ways Moms Lose Their BalancePosted by Bria S. Published on Mar 27, 2009 Living with constant noise and activity. Before you can get real and live peacefully, you have to make time for quiet. Schedule in solitary quiet time every day. A Tribute To MotherPosted by Simone Galy-Laquis. Published on Mar 11, 2009 Mother has a way of existing in an optimum way, with perfect balance between friction and gravity, seasons, rainy or dry. When this balance is disrupted, she allows for it, like nature, like leaves swaying in the wind that allow the sunlight to dance. It is in this allowance for extreme limits, that consciousness is born, resulting in clear thinking, strong-willed mind power…mother knows best. Coping With A New BabyPosted by Damon Taylor. Published on Feb 24, 2009 Making the decision to have children is not easy, however at some point in our lives many of us do. Having a new person added to the family can cause significant changes to the dynamics of a relationship. What we were once accustomed to becomes surreal and almost impossible. Many couples discover that the preparations and research conducted are often minor in comparison to the events actually experienced. All Moms Are EqualPosted by Barbara Elliott. Published on Jan 22, 2009 This article is about how all mother are equal from single moms to married moms. We as a nation need to realizes no matter what position you are in. If you are a mother, you are equal. Some mothers think they are more superior than others. We all struggle to be the best mother we know how. It is not where you are from, all mother are doing their best; however. some best are more and some are less. Place your arms around your children and tell them you love them. This is greater than all material things. Our children need us to listen to them and spend time with them. Mother’s Child Custody StrategiesPosted by Rin Otori. Published on Dec 25, 2008 I have written this article to assist mothers who wish to protect their rightful role as primary caretakers of their children. A mother’s child custody battle, most often is a very stressful situation. To make things worse, many women don’t play as active a role as they should throughout the court process and tend to overly rely on their attorneys. 5 Tips To Help Moms Survive These Economic Hard TimesPosted by Roblynn Neumann. Published on Nov 30, 2008 What can you do to make the best of a bad situation, Mom? This is a perfect opportunity to teach your children good money habits. Be creative! Go to page: << First< Previous12Next >Last >> Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Terms Of Use and Privacy Policy | User published content is licensed under a Creative Commons License.Copyright © 2007 – 2010 by, All Rights Reserved.