2 Apr 2024

Balancing Pregnancy and Parenting

Balancing Pregnancy and Parenting
Expecting another child while already caring for multiple children can be both exciting and challenging.
As a mom with multiple children, it's crucial to prioritize your well-being during pregnancy to ensure a healthy and happy journey for both you and your growing family.
Embrace self-care practices that help you balance the demands of pregnancy and parenting, allowing you to thrive during this transformative time.
Delegate and Seek Support
  • Delegate tasks to older children or your partner to share the load and lighten your responsibilities.
  • Reach out to friends and family for support, whether it's for babysitting, running errands, or simply lending a listening ear.
  • Join parenting groups or online communities to connect with other moms who understand your experiences and can offer valuable advice and encouragement.
Prioritize Rest and Relaxation
  • Make time for rest and relaxation during the day, even if it's just for a few minutes of quiet time or meditation.
  • If possible, take naps when your children are napping to recharge your energy levels.
  • Create a soothing bedtime routine for yourself to help you unwind and get quality sleep.
Embrace Time Management
  • Organize and plan your daily activities to make the most of your time and avoid feeling overwhelmed.
  • Use time-saving techniques such as meal prepping and setting up activity stations for your children to keep them engaged while you attend to your needs.
  • Be flexible with your schedule and be kind to yourself if not everything goes as planned.
Connect with Your Children
  • Spend quality one-on-one time with each of your children to strengthen your bond and show them they are loved and valued.
  • Involve your children in the pregnancy journey by talking about the new baby, letting them feel the baby kick, and sharing in the excitement of becoming big siblings.
  • Encourage open communication with your children about their feelings and concerns regarding the new addition to the family.
Practice Self-Compassion
  • Be gentle with yourself and practice self-compassion. It's normal to have days when you feel overwhelmed or tired.
  • Celebrate small victories and acknowledge the effort you put into being a loving and caring mom to your multiple children.
  • Don't hesitate to ask for help or take breaks when you need them. Remember that taking care of yourself is essential for your well-being and your ability to care for your growing family.
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I am more than grateful. God works in mysterious ways. I was STRESSING about buying baby stuff knowing my finical situation, I found this pregnancy center online. Really I was just going for a free ultrasound, and I turned out getting so much more. They offer FREE “therapy” sessions , parenting classes and religious awakenings. Everything in the photo was FREE & BRAND NEW including my crib not in the picture. This place has gave me some sanity in this whole pregnancy, and just people to talk to. I get free items from completing online test and videos that teach about everything revolving around pregnancy and parenthood. Thank you God for sending me this blessing. This is just the first trip I made to get things, many more to come!

God it's good ❤️😍
27 Mar 2024


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Is this in your area or literally an online center?
27 Mar 2024


1 Jul 2023

Day in the life of a newborn mother 💕. It is not an everyday glam day this way, I do well by showering daily so let’s toast to that! It is an absolute honor carrying these beauties in our wombs and balancing life with them now apart of it. Cheers to motherhood 🥰

It’s 6:22 pm and I still have showered 😂
27 Mar 2024


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Congratulations 🎊
27 Mar 2024


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