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  • Every family is different and I can only tell you what I have always done, and please remember I am not passing any kind of judgment on anybody. You do what is good for you. I never left my children with anyone other than my mom, until they could co…
  • I had a tubal ligation after the birth of my fourth child. Number five came seven years later. Everything just started working again. Number five was not planned but he sure was a blessed event. Probably the best way to avoid having any more childre…
  • This is such an important question. I have always found that the most important thing is communication. Sometimes it is also the hardest thing. Sometimes we are really good at the talking thing and not so good at the listening. Sometimes we are real…
  • I just wanted to share this with you.
  • I loved having my husband there with me. It really was the best experience for us. I had never been present for anyone else giving birth until recently, when my sister-in-law asked me to be there with her when my nephew was born. I was there with he…
  • I would suggest cutting down gradually and not trying to quit cold turkey. Depending on how dependent your body has become, quitting all at once may be very hard on your system.
  • It really depends on the child and their maturity level. You know your child better than anyone. Trust your instincts. If something is telling you not to leave him alone then don't. Mama usually knows when they are ready.
  • The important word is communication. You have to talk to one another and get on the same page. I assume you will be the one attending to much of the baby's needs. Therefore, you will have a better understanding of what is needed. Talk often and keep…
  • Good Afternoon! I am a mother of 5 and grandmother of two. I am looking forward to sharing with you on this forum.

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