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Your hands will be full when the baby comes, so divide and conquer on everything from household duties to relatives and finding time for intimacy, too.
While parenting day in and day out can get tedious, make a point not to miss the shining eyes of your child.
Starting preschool is a major milestone, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t come with lots of crying, uncertainty and heel digging.
The exhaustion will settle in around your heart and mind. You will be bleary. You will be thick-headed. You three need each other now more than ever, so encourage each other!
Playdates are beneficial for kids and for you, too, especially when you need to de-stress from the juggling act called motherhood.
In "Whenever My Sons Play in the Snow," Ronald Lau shares a story about long, northern winters ... and why the smell of beer brings it all back.
In "The Extra Goodness that an Extra Chromosome Brings," Faithe Logan shares the inspiring story of her daughter Dawn's strong will and determination.
In "KIAI Into 40," Katherine A. Foss shares her experience about how karate brings her and her kids together.
In "My Body is an Instrument, Not an Ornament," Jessica Smith addresses the unrealistic cultural expectations of a woman's physical appearance.
In "Your Situation Doesn't Define You," Bethany Lee says that after becoming "that" girl, having a child put her life on track.
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