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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

A Helping Hand

This post brought to you by American Baby Magazine. All opinions are 100% mine.

When it comes to creativity you will need to put it too good use in many situations you encounter being a mother. The experience of others is always welcome, especially when you are looking forward to your first child and don't know what to expect or how to deal with all these new stages and occurrences in your and your newborn's life.

I remember relaying mostly on my instincts and feelings after my first child arrived, but the hints and tips of others were both extremely helpful and useful. It made dealing with this life-altering change a whole lot easier and even allowed to fully enjoy every minute of it.

At that time, the only source of information and guidance was talking to moms who had been there, done that. It would have been much more beneficial if there had been a magazine I could have subscribed to that would have educated and provided me with all I needed to know while being pregnant and after the baby was born.

Nowadays, new mothers and moms to be can find all this advice, many hints, tips, and solutions in the monthly issues of American Baby Magazine. If you are looking forward to your first bundle of joy, or know someone who is, why not receive or give a free year's subscription to this monthly survival guide? A helping hand is always appreciated!

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