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Mother’s Day Gift Guide for Your Precious Supermom

The best gift, perhaps, is a day of rest from all the juvenile whining or teenage pouting. But giving your fellow wonderful moms some amazing gifts in this Mother’s Day gift guide is not a bad thing either.

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10 Insanely Hilarious Texts that Prove Moms Can be Supervillains

Laugh aloud at these hilarious text exchanges—from funny, awkward, to simply brutal!

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Appreciate, Celebrate, and Pay Homage to Motherhood—Quotes for Mothers

For one person, motherhood could simply mean the act of carrying a child inside the womb. To another, it could mean to nurture, love, and raise a child until adulthood.

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Effective Ways to Treat Postpartum Depression

Some degree of anxiety and moodiness are to be expected in new mothers. Postpartum blues usually starts after a few days from giving birth and often goes on for no longer than two weeks. But if you, or a love one, continue to be irritable for more than a couple of weeks, please read on.

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To New Parents, Here’s What You Need to Know about Newborn Care (Part I)

Congratulations! After nine months of waiting, your little one is finally going to make an appearance! You have made it through the hard stuff—labor and delivery—and now you are all set, only to realize that taking care of a baby is the simplest, yet the most difficult thing you are going to do.

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Common Early Pregnancy Symptoms

Grabbing a box of pregnancy test kit may sound like the easiest way out, but take note that home pregnancy tests are not hundred percent accurate. These home pregnancy tests are not sensitive enough to detect HCG levels during early pregnancy. To guide you, we have listed the top five pregnancy signs and symptoms that you are likely to experience during the first week of your missed period.

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Breastfeeding Tips for New Moms

Most new mothers want and choose to breastfeed, but because the struggle is real, a good portion give up and resort to formula feeding instead. By six months, only 49 percent of moms continue to breastfeed, and by twelve, only one third are left breastfeeding.

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Dealing with Terrible Twos Tantrums

Every parent has had to deal with terrible twos at some point of their life. Perhaps we can say that two-year-old tantrum behavior problems are only natural as a child grows. There is no better way than to say that it can be difficult to handle children of two years old, and it does require some adjustment. Dealing with tantrums requires perseverance.

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Secrets to a Healthy Family Life for Mommies

A healthy family life can be attained by keeping balance among the three aspects: physical, social, and psycho-emotional.

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Strong Single Mom’s Guide to Happy Motherhood

It is the 21st Century. We are in a fast-paced technologically-driven millennia. Yet, very little has changed into the kind of treatment that single parents face every day. Private schools look down on broken families. People tend to be more critical toward single parenting.

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