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The Emotional Toll on Working Parents

Posted on January 17, 2012 at 1:45 PM Comments comments (0)

With both parents working more and more hours, out of necessity rather than choice and with day care centres now offering 24/7 care for our children puts a lot of pressue on today's working parents.  Forty percent of the American labor force now works some form of nonstandard hours, including evenings, nights, weekends and early mornings, according to Harriet B. Presser, a professor of sociology at the University of Maryland.

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Home alone with Infant Twins - Help!!!!

Posted on April 25, 2011 at 3:44 PM Comments comments (0)

Being a Mom is hard. Being a stay at home Mom has its challenges as one could feel a tremendous sense of loneliness and isolation. All of a sudden, what I have been planning and wanting for years has happened. I am a Mom:) My twins were around six months old. Husband was working full time and we were living in a four-storey town house in London, in 2006. During the first 9 months of my twins lives, I hardly ever left the house during the day except for immunizations or medical ...

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On my own with two babies - Hubby went back to work

Posted on November 5, 2010 at 6:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Our twin boys, Ryan and Joshua are now around 6 weeks old, born 8 weeks early, so real age being just 2 weeks. After two weeks of being at home with me and sharing the care for our sons, my husband has to return to work. We did not have any hired help organised, my mother was working, father has already passed away (2002) and Olaf's parents were both working and in...

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Just had a Baby? Now what?

Posted on October 18, 2010 at 9:07 AM Comments comments (0)

So you've just given birth in the hospital and all the nurses are around making sure you and the baby are well. You spend 48 hours in the hospital (if you didn’t have a C-Section) during which your and your baby's needs are addressed. Then it's time to leave and your hands start to shake when you try to s...

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Postpartum Health and 10 Tips for GREAT Postpartum Sex

Posted on October 13, 2010 at 4:26 PM Comments comments (0)

It is the 27th January 2006 and my twins sons are 6 weeks old and it is time for me to visit my OB, Dr Emeka Okaro ( for my post-partum checkup. My sons were delivered by emergency C-section. At this time, Ryan and Joshua are on four hourly feedings. We make the appointment to fit in with the feeding schedule of the boys. As we did not have any paid help with ...

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