Are kids activities another parenting aspect dividing moms? I feel like there are two sides of the fence: those that hate kid activities, then the minority of moms who love them. I'm in the latter
I'm not going to say there's an easy way or it's never going to happen to find friends after becoming a parent. It takes a lot of time and work which parents don't have. It sucks. But I can say, I've been there. I know. The struggle is real.
It was a long ten days from hearing I have cancer to my surgeon visit where I would learn more about the diagnosis, the next steps, and what it meant.
The C word. There it is. The thoughts, feelings, and fears of the first week of my cancer diagnosis.
There used to be a time when I was sad about the end of my solo time with my first baby. Now I feel bad I don't have more solo bonding time with my youngest. Is it just me, or is motherhood a constant seesaw?
Sitting, crawling, and talking are OK. But there are some milestones I get really jazzed about, but you won't find them in the baby books. These are the milestones REAL parents should be looking forward too, and usually don't know how great they are until they happen.
Kat used to despise hair brushing and washing her hair. Once her locks became long enough to tie up, we turned time we dreaded into a fun time to for mother-daughter bonding.
You have the finances portion down. What other factors should be considered when you are trying to decide if you want to leave the work force and become a SAHM?