Motherhood – July 26

This post was written as part of The Breastfeeding Cafe’s Blog Carnival for 2012. For more information on the Breastfeeding Cafe, check out this site. If you would like to participate in this year’s carnival, just post on your personal blog and put a link in the comment section below.  To receive email updates for next year, contact Timbra landslidephotography {at} hotmail {dot} com. Today’s post is about how you’ve changed as a mother, since becoming one. Please read the other posts in today’s carnival listed in the comments section of this post. The Carnival runs July 16th through the 31st!

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Today’s Prompt:  We all knew EXACTLY what type of mother we’d be before we became one, right? How has becoming a mother changed your views of motherhood? Have you made different decisions about your family values? About duration of your nursing relationship? Your sleeping situation? School? Work? Nutrition?

 

 

Today we have no guest blogger, please feel free to leave your links to this topic in the comment section below

 

 

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One response to “Motherhood – July 26

  1. My vision and my reality are completely different! In this post I touch on three that apply to most families: co-sleeping, duration of breastfeeding and nutrition. We are also homeschooling now for much longer than I imagined – it’s a great fit for our family.
    http://www.sweetpeabirths.com/blog/2012/07/26/Motherhood-Evolved.aspx

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