whats being a mom like? any tips (Page 2)
fairgojustsaying: No one knows how it will turn out or be like, it's a stab in the dark for many, for some mothering comes naturally.......it's an ongoing learning experience that's for sure, good, bad, sad, trying, sheer happiness and so on.
_MaMaZeN_: It's a wonderful thing. How? You have to go through it yourself to really understand. Hard work? Of course been that way since beginning of time. But it's all worth it later on. Hope all's doing well with you and the little ones.
mina8297: For me I like children, l have one daughter and I want more .my financial situation is not good,so now I am studying. To find agood. Job in future.
Comrade_: Not a mom but I noticed you said dads too. It's a beautiful thing, yeah the hard work is there, I'm not sure how it is for everyone but my son keeps me sane. I've lost a lot but he's there with me..think when you look at it, a kid can teach you more about yourself though it can be nerve wrecking at times cus you have the most influence in their lives.
I don't have much tips, only that you become their best friend, always open and remember how it was to be a kid and how hard it is for them too. Lots of patience and love. I think that by even seeking out advice shows you are care for them already. All the best.
ps congrats, I hope you have help as it can be physical hard work with 2.
yvonnechvz03: I became a mom at 17 and had my second child at 18 it was difficult with my son because I lived with my parents and my boyfriend (husband now) lived with his so I was basically on my own to take care of my son but while i studied my mom would help take care of him sometimes so I could finish my homework and there would be weekends when my boyfriend wouldn't come over to help and than soon he left to boot camp and I was pregnant and taking care of a baby wasn't easy going to college and work but I did it and than my second baby was born and we got married and been raising them. we had our third baby by choice 2 years ago. it hasn't been easy but its not hard either being a military wife u pretty much raise your children on your own because they work long hours or there being deployed or have work stuff to do so you help the kids with there homework, discipline them and everything else. and try to stretch the money as far as possible. As long as your determined and have some sort of support you will go a long ways and when you get hugs and kisses and told your love daily or thank full that your their mom it all worth it.
GinnyTx: I want to reassure you mom's it's TOUGH, don't get me wrong, went from two huge incomes to swtiching to mommy hours in nursing, at the tender age of 30 w/a ten year old and five year old then, made a commitment to them as I moved around a lot to stay in the same school system as they started in, along with supporting them and me alone, it's almost over 17 years of it and it's well just to reassure you all it does get better and wonderful!
Now you gals alone, get a support system, friends girls night out doesnt have to be expensive, family, they're there, hopefully friends at least it's like going to the park then, I hated those rich soccer mom's but damned if the buddy system paid off and "they" all women you'll find are more alike that you think!!
bri: i'm a new young mom and so far everything i go through is all worth it for my child he completes me and me and my man are doing everything in our power to make sure our boy is secure and taken care of.
bri: im great tired but great i got my lil man in my arms and nothing could be more perfect and thx ruby
laurenspencer: Im a mom to a 7 month old daughter, she is breastfeeding and there is nothing like it. but I agree with the otheres you have to be finiancially stable and have a good relationship with your mate or spouse and having your parents close by are an omen too.
cinderfreakinella: I'm a single mother of three children, ages 7, 6, and 4 1/2. It is rough at times, but there is a satisfaction, and a kind of peace that comes from bringing a small person into the world and helping them navigate through their early years. It can be a lot of fun, conversely, it can also be very frustrating. You will not always like your children, but you will always love them. And if you can focus outside of yourself, and your situation, they can bring you untold amounts of joy, and happiness.
jimsant: Being a mom is like real dreams to a women,because it will be the first day of your life that you will see the face of your child and you will be the most happiest mom in the world.....
jimsant: Without mom the world will be unbalance, because mom are the face of the earth and moms are the one who loved and know what is good for all of us, moms are the best thing in the world........
liztmich: I found my newborn a breeze... and at 7 months she is still a breeze all she wants to do is play, sleep, and eat... and i enjoy every minute of it with her. Being a parent is easy if you make it that way... What i'm saying is don't get to complicated about raising her and keep it simple! The more you make something complicated the more stressed out you will be..... At least that is what works for me
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