One of the most difficult parts of the child birth process is the recovery period after that momentous occasion. I am not talking about feeling sore all over and being unable to walk long distances or pick up heavy things. I am talking about relying on husband ( or partner) to do the grocery shopping. Here is what I have learned: Give a man a grocery list with twenty items on it, he comes back with thirty and and sixteen of those items are what was actually on the list in the first place. I am not being negative, I am speaking form very realistic experience. On the positive side I have found a fool proof grocery list courtesy of Publix (“Where shopping is a pleasure”) that at the very least gives you the best guarantee to get the needed groceries into the house. Here is what you do: Go to http://www.publix.com/mygrocerylist/GetStarted.do Read more →
Whether you’re a new mom or a seasoned pro with a full brood, moms need some time off from the toughest job on earth. Our mom meetups give you an opportunity to connect with like-minded ladies, swap stories, and catch your breath!
Each new generation of parents keeps its children closer to home, supervises them more carefully, and guards them from both neighbors and strangers alike. With the rise of the Internet, they’re even running background checks on babysitters and troop leaders.
And still, children go missing.
Every day in the United States, 2,000 youngsters are reported missing, according to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. Each year, 58,000 are taken by people unrelated to them and 200,000 are snatched by members of their own families. Sadly, there’s no relief in knowing the child may be with family. Read more →