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Everyone told you that having a baby is a life changing event. And you thought no different too. So you prepared your mind in advance for the hectic days, sleepless nights, unforgiving colic tantrums and general craziness well before the baby came out. However, did someone tell you that your equation with your husband would likely change after a baby? Before you brush that question off with a “no, won’t happen to us ever”, please remember this – after childbirth, your body goes through a hormonal roller-coaster that will change the way you think, prioritize and act. And the ‘dad’ is not any less overwhelmed with the 180° turn in his life too. These changes will change(read: somewhat strain) your relationship with your husband. The degree of change would of course differ from couple to couple. Worst case, you will always be at each other’s throat. At the very least, you both will have less time for each other. So, we have put together eight most commonly mentioned differences new mommies feel towards their husbands.
8 Reasons You Have Differences with Your Husband after Having A Baby
1. You are upset with....
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While I have been far from being the perfect mother or wife, but I have always believed in living a balanced life. As working mothers, I am sure we all have gone through our share of feelings of guilt and stress because of divided attention between work and family. There are plenty of things that we can do to live a happy and successful life beyond our family and career, but it is important that we find the right balance between these two. And this is where most of us struggle. From my own experience I have learned that if the proper balance between our family and career is not achieved, every part of our life is likely to suffer the consequences. The key here is to focus on a plan, get organized, and strike the right balance between work life and motherhood.
8 Tips For Balancing Your Career And Child The Right Way
As mothers we want to be around our kids, cherish all the moments of their growing years and I am no....
Effectively planning can make your mornings organised.
In homes where both husband and wife are working, morning rush is a common concern. Though both the parents are in a rush to complete all household chores in the morning and then reach office on time, it becomes more hectic for the women of the family. The mothers especially, are always seen panicking in the morning between getting the kids ready for school and managing other routine chores before leaving for office. Here are certain tried and tested tips that can help you ease the morning rush:
Set the Early-to-bed Rule: To set a routine time for the kids to go to bed is the most important task as it helps the kids to have complete sleep and get up early. This will also make you sleep on time and get up early.
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If you have watched the Despicable Me movie series, you will find a creature named minions in it. These creatures are very, very strange. Their color is yellow, and they look like tablets. Characteristically, minions are very stupid. The madness of minions makes them so lovable for the viewers. While watching Despicable Me, you will burst out into laughter by watching minions go about their business. Can you believe that minions love banana more than anything else in this world? Well, minions are such strange characters. However, you will find the Minion Names are very lovely. Also, there are good minions, and there are wicked minions. The color of good minions is yellow, whereas the color of evil minions is purple. The directors have depicted the characters of minions very precisely. Watching minions with your child will be fun. But why would you be inclined to watch minions with your child? Which minion characters will attract you with their antics? Let’s discuss these things in this article.
Why Watching Minions With Your Child Is Fantastic?
Children love minions. The story of Despicable Me series attracts children more than anyone....
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When you’re a new parent, one of the most fun things you get to do before your baby arrives is to set up a perfect nursery. But since you’re just starting out, you might not know which items are nursery essentials. We suggest starting off with the basics. Read on to find out the essentials of designing any nursery! 1. Invest A Good Crib And Mattress Set This may seem obvious, but all babies just need a good crib and mattress in a nursery. It’s just a basic that every parent relies on, and it’s an item that will be used even as they grow. The best way to sort through all the options is by looking at reviews and seeing what other mums and dads have to say. However, according to Mommyhood101’s reviews, it’s becoming more commonplace for sites to post fake reviews, especially on high-demand products like cribs. That’s what makes real mom blogs so important; you’ll gather trustworthy feedback from parents, and you’ll find the crib that’s best for your nursery’s design, size, budget, etc. 2. Think About A....
COVID-19 outbreak is now a global concern. As we all know, it started from a seafood and meat market in Wuhan, China, in December. Even though China quarantined Wuhan and other affected cities, COVID spread to more than 70 locations all over the world, taking the life of 145,521 people so far. COVID 19 is a new strain of Coronavirus not previously seen in humans. Therefore, the way of attacking novel Coronavirus is found to vary from person to person. While many COVID patients exhibit mild to severe symptoms, many are found to develop severe symptoms. Some patients are not developing any symptoms at all, making it more dangerous. What Are The Symptoms Of COVID 19? Once one gets exposed to the virus, it will take 2-14 days for the symptoms to develop. These symptoms, usually, will be mild and tends to intensify in due course. The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are: High fever and chills Cough (usually dry). coughing a lot for more than an hour, or having three or more coughing episodes in 24 hours should not be neglected Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing Tiredness (from time to....