“I ate my vegetables, 3 meals per day and made home cooked meals. THEN… I became a mom and everything changed.”
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The Diabetes Alert Day is held the last Tuesday of March each year, American Diabetes Association Alert Day® is a one-day event that encourages everyone to take the Type 2 Diabetes Risk Test and participate in workplace-friendly activities that will teach them about reversing the risk for diabetes.
Fitness Expert and MOM, Kacey Luvi shares with CMBN readers how making ONE behavior change can increase your chances of succeeding at that goal is 80%!
Aren’t the 9 months of pregnancy just beautiful? Wait – there are actually TEN months of pregnancy?! Oh…well… aren’t the first 9 months of pregnancy just beautiful?
Are you not quite a Stay-At-Home Mom, not fully a Work-Outside-The-Home Mom, and yet also not technically a Work-At-Home Mom (mostly because you’re not home enough to get any of the work done)? If you’ve struggled to define your career status with one of the typical labels, you might be a Work-Anywhere-Possible Mom (WAPM).
Some women just are not able to nurse their children for one reason or another, but still want to provide their baby with breast milk. That is where milk donors come in!
City Moms Blog Network is partnering with Children’s Learning Adventure to discuss the many benefits of Summer camp! We received compensation for this post, however all opinions and benefits are 100% our own.Believe it or not… Summer is just around the corner, and moms everywhere are beginning to prep and plan for the dog days […]
Painful as it may be that I may not experience precious moments like these with another child, I am compelled to dwell not upon the bitterness of my motherhood passing me by. Rather, in realizing the brevity of motherhood, of life, I cannot help but surrender to the sweetness of each moment and give thanks […]
Birmingham Moms Blog will provide valuable resources and encouragement to moms in the Birmingham Metro Area, including Shelby and Jefferson Counties.
Let’s be the moms that start this movement. Let’s be the moms that show our kids the grace that other people need. Let’s be the moms the other moms can count on.