Giving birth to a child is a life-changing moment for every new mom. Seeing the angel that they have carried within them for what may seem like forever in their arms gives way to feelings they didn’t think existed. The surge of emotions and the weight of the responsibility that comes with being a mother may prove to be overwhelming for many, but they shouldn’t give in to the pressures of this new role quite easily.
Rise Up, Mom!
If there’s anyone who knows a thing or two about working, it is a mom. From raising children to managing the affairs of the home, a mother is living proof of how strong women can be. However, just like any other person, they are bound to experience low points that can challenge the way they approach their daily tasks.
Overcoming Mom Shaming
Shaming Is Not Caring Overcoming Mom Shaming Published: June 23, 2021 Photo c/o Tabitha Graves In...
There are times when mothers forget who they were before they were even a parent. This leads to identity crisis that can make moms ask the question: “Who am I beyond being a mom?”
Choosing Family and Career
Life as a Working Momby Family First Global | 12 November 2020Photo Credit: don Emmert, Getty Images and CNNIn 2018, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern made waves by bringing her baby to the...
Compete on Repeat
by Elizabeth Morse | 04 November 2020I am a competitive person. But I’m very “polite” about it, so most people can’t tell that I’ve got a winner’s drive. Suppose it’s because I am aware of my need...
A Premature Farewell
A Premature farewell By Family First |Coping with Miscarriage The birth of a child is a momentous event that couples prepare for and look forward to. However, it’s unfortunate that, even with faith...
How To Create DIY Citrus-Scented Vinegar Cleaner
by Elizabeth Morse | Tired of not knowing what exactly goes into your household cleaners? Me too! So, when I came across this recipe for a DIY all-purpose cleaner with only TWO ingredients (that I...
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