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MEMES

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The whole truth on what to expect after giving birth

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The whole truth on what to expect after giving birth

People think of it as a gift for women to be the harbinger of another life. To have the capacity to support another person inside you is enabling. In any case, the whole procedure of conceiving an offspring is exhausting and traumatic without a doubt. Post pregnancy anxiety is a genuine article. Also, not only that, the minor imagined that you've to push out a child from a small, little hole inside your body is terrifying in itself. The blog has appropriately and divertingly caught the torment and the injury of the debilitating background of giving birth. So in case...

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We are growing again!

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We are growing again!

Oh sweet baby Della Rae… Where do I even begin? Oh, I know, let’s start with the day I found out I was pregnant with baby #2… Shock, mild heart attack, disbelief, insane asylum.. these are just a few of the 1st quick thoughts that ran through my head when I glanced down at the EPT test. You see, to give u a background… it was no secret that our 1st born princess came into this world a hand full and, to this day, not much has changed. Matt and I were about 8 1/2 months into the life of...

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My 1st Born

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My 1st Born

Growing up, I never really had an urgent need to one day be a mom. I was always very career focused and had a terrible habit of “bringing home strays” as my mom used to say when describing old boyfriends… BUT little did I know God was just preparing me for the man of my dreams! I will always believe He allowed me to go through those old relationships so that I would be able to truly appreciate your Daddy and I did, with all of my heart! Shortly after we were married, we knew we wanted a baby… unfortunately...

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17 things nobody told you about a second child

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17 things nobody told you about a second child

People toss such an enormous amount of exhortation at you when you're a first-time parent. Simply seeing your pregnant tummy and an affirmation that it's your first brings an attack of spontaneous tips and here and there supportive insights. Sliced to the second time you extend and your family and everybody just accepts you have it down. The leading counsel I got this time was: "Whether they both need you, help the older kid first." My general absence of mental preparation before doubling the number of children I had made some astonishing discoveries in my first couple of months as...

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