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A Real-Life Nightmare! Dad Ends Up Delivering His Own Daughter At Home When The Ambulance Is Late!

Mo Mulla and Daughter

Every single birth story is diverse, and they all have their inherent dangers. But as I sat down thinking about all the possibilities of what could have occurred, I felt safe knowing that even though things didn't go as we thought they would, my wife gave birth to a fit and healthy baby girl.

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The Pressure to Breastfeed: One Woman's Choice Not To

Formula vs Breastfeeding

I knew right away that I was not going to force breastfeeding upon myself. This choice wasn’t because I knew tandem breastfeeding twins may be tough. This choice also wasn’t because I feared my girls may face latching issues or I’d have trouble with milk production.

I made my choice not to breastfeed because of these three factors: comfort, stress, and anxiety.

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Are You Ready for Your Child’s First Day at Daycare?


Maternity leave has run out. Your boss wants you back. It brings tears to your eyes just thinking about it, but the time has come to return to work. Ugh! And on top of adjusting yourself the change, now you also have to prepare your child to start daycare. Here are five ways you can prepare for your child’s first day at daycare.

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Parenting Tips: Dog Training Before You Bring Your New Baby Home (Part 1 of 2)

Dog Training New Baby Home

If you’re like me, your dog was probably your first baby. And introducing a new family member to the household includes them just as much it does my husband and I. We were lucky enough to be able to find a baby class at the hospital that gave us some parenting and dog training tips for both our “fur baby” as well as our “real baby.” They have been helping us ever since and I want to share them with you.

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