I participated in a Blog Blast on behalf of Mom Central for Urbini. I received information from Urbini to facilitate my post as well as a promotional item to thank me for my participation.
Three of my children are grown while two are still at home. Although we are out of the baby cycles we anticipate being back in them soon – crossing my fingers for grandchildren… I totally remember the struggles of the kids when they were little though. The oldest two were very close in age so anything to make my life easier was very welcome. The youngest two, although not so close in age, were very close regardless because the older of them is autistic. I needed double strollers for a very long time. My life would have been so much easier through raising all of the children that I could have definitely used some assistance and guidance – and global assistance would have been perfect.
I am not alone in my experiences. Mom Voyáge is a community of Mom bloggers sharing their experiences in motherhood from all around the world. Featured contributors on the website come from the Netherlands, France, Britain, Holland, Japan, China and Australia as well as the US. It is a place where you can get a global perspective on how different cultures name their babies, how they celebrate pregnancies, what their take is on maternity leave, and many other Mom-inspired topics.
I love the information about Breast Feeding. Cultural preferences vary greatly and you can find some great global information on Mom Voyáge.
Since my children are adopted I would have loved this website for information post birth – all information related to newborns.
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