Mothers To Be:
Women Trying To Concieve
This website for couples planning for a baby and trying to concieve. This site provides information that allows the visiter to discover whether they are ready to have a baby physically (how soon to have a baby after giving birth, too overweight or underweight to have a healthy pregnancy, how to eat a healthy diet to boost your chances of conception),emotionally and financially. It covers what methods are available and how each works,what to eat and not to eat, what medications are safe to take, how to choose a doctor and getting your child ready for the idea of having a new sibling. The site also offers pregnancy symptoms to look for, what home pregnancy tests are really 99% effective and what tests detect pregnancy a few days after conception along with what steps to take after finding out you are pregnant. The site provides a message board, chat room, e-mail support group and a easy way to get intouch with me personally 24hrs 7 days a week.
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Pregnancy and Beyond
This site offers pregnant woman a bounty of information. To start, the site offers pregnancy information trimester by trimester and month by month.
Symptoms you may encounter during that month
A few F.A.Q. (Frequently Asked Questions)
What to expect at your prenatal visit for that month
What your baby looks like including graphics of what your body looks like with baby growing inside and real ultrasounds of what your baby may look like that month.
Tips to deal with the symptoms you may encounter during that month
When you should call your doctor
Information to find out exactly what month you are in by what week your doctor has told you you are in
Tips to find out when your due date is
Tips on how to take it easy during pregnancy
Tips on dealing with pregnancy during the four seasons
Tips on being pregnant while still being a mommy to your children (if this is not your first child)
What classes are available for pregnancy
Tips on how to figure out a birthing plan
Advice on maternity clothes
Great items to own during pregnancy
What anesthesia is available and which is most prefered by women
Tips on getting ready for baby and what to buy
Help with choosing breast or bottle feeding
Tips on what to pack for your hospital stay
Tips on how to tell you are in labor or just having braxton hicks contractions (false contractions)
Tips on how to make the labor experience a little more comfortable
What to expect once you reach the hospital and while you are in labor
What to expect after baby is born
What to expect during your hospital stay
What to expect when you get home from the hospital
Tips on how to have a safe and comfortable post partum/post pregnancy
The site offers information about what foods you should eat while you are pregnant, what foods to avoid, what medications to avoid and what medications you can take safely while pregnant. It also offers what to do if you happen to get sick while pregnant, tips on getting your child/children ready for the new arrival, recommended web pages, books, shopping tips, free stuff, recommended magazines, product information and recommended fun movies to watch that deal with pregnancy such as 9 Months or Junior. The site also provides a message board, chat room, e-mail support group and a easy way to get intouch with me personally 24hrs 7 days a week.
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New Addition/New Parenthood
This site will offer month by month information on your baby from a personal perspective, how to handel the first few months of parenting without going crazy, parenting tips like what to do when your baby is sick, how to handel diaper rash, what to do when baby has colic and much more tips. The site also has recommendations on fun and educational toys for your child during his/her's first year, great parenting web pages, how to get freebies, easy recipes your family will love, the secret of telling what clothes size your child really is (don't follow the actual size your child is to the size the clothes say they are), recommended brands and recommended stores to shop in to save time and money. This site will also provide a message board, chat room, e-mail support group and easy way to get intouch with me personally 24 hrs 7 days a week. Since this site is a new idea new things will be added. If you would like to see information on a specific subject that is not on this page please feel free to e-mail me with any recommendations. New ideas are always welcome:-) I hope that with the information provided on these pages from my own personal experience, I can help you feel calm and confident about being a parent and about your parenting decisions. I also hope to help you have as much as a stress free first year of parenting as possible:-)
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Stay At Home Mom's On-Line a.k.a. SAHM's On-Line
This website is a place that provides information to women thinking of becoming stay at home mom's and a information and support center for stay at home mom's. This site offers information about what exactly a stay at home mom is, what is involved in being a stay at home mom, a place for women to discover if they are ready emotionally and financially to become a stay at home mom, easy step by step instructions on how to become a stay at home mom, information on your child's age and development from a personal perspective, gallary and stories from many stay at home mom's daily life, your local play groups, how to start a play group and what a play group is, fun and educational toys for your kids, easy recipes your family will love, great product recommendations and tips to help keep your home tidy, great parenting web pages, and freebies. This site is also brand new and under construction. If there is anything you would like to see on this site that is not listed please feel free to e-mail me any ideas, all new ideas are welcome:-) This site also provides a message board, chat room, e-mail support group and easy way to get intouch with me personally 24 hrs 7 days a week.
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All web sites listed are part of a personal series I like to call Mothers To Be, for the future mothers and those who are already blessed as mothers.
Never forget, being a mom is a full time job no matter what anyone says, and yes it is considered a actual job to those who are mothers. You work as a mom 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You may not be getting paid actual money and the government doesn't recognize the work mothers do as a actual job (even though it is:-) )but you are being paid with the wonders your children give you from the time they are born and through the rest of your life. There may be many hardships and days you're about ready to pull your hair out but in the end all of the wonderful things you've experienced as a mother such as your child's first day in the world, a first smile, first steps, first words, how cute they look sleeping, the day they learn to ride a bike, the day they move out, they day they get married and even the day they bring their first child home ........ it just all makes being a mom worth while.