Why New Mothers Stop Breast-Feeding


Health & Family

While nearly all mothers start breast-feeding their newborns, about half stop after a few weeks. The latest study explains why.

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Daily Prompt: Sorry, I’m Busy


Tell us about a time when you should have helped someone… but didn’t

I didn’t help my mom out because I was to busy chasing a boy at the moment… I hate that I chose the boy over my mom and that is something I stopped doing… The man I’m with always tells me Family before Friends babe… Now that we are starting our own we understand the power of what family holds over you no matter if you like them or not… They are still your family and blood is thicker than water…

Daily Prompt: The Excitement Never Ends


Tell us about the last thing you got excited about — butterflies-in-the-stomach, giggling, can’t-wait excited. 

The last thing I got really excited about is the first time I got to see my baby when I did my first ultrasound… To see a human being growing inside me I felt so excited that I couldn’t wait to meet this person I made… Now I’m closer to meeting this person and now I’m excited to play and get to know this person… As soon as it gets here, it will truly be Never Ending Excitement and all of our lives…

The Baby Is Almost Here


So I’m almost finished with my pregnancy and the baby will arrive sometime around November 12… I’m a little scared, but I’m ready for the baby to get here… I’ve been looking forward to meeting my child and so has it’s dad… I’m hoping for a little girl, which is what everyone thinks it is anyways… We have three boys already and just two girl we need another one to even out the playing field…  I know my man wants a boy, but at this point I think he only wants a healthy baby… I excited to start breastfeeding when the baby does come… now the only thing I’m worried about is how long I will do it… Most women stop at least by the time the baby is six moths and others wait til their first year… They recommend to at least two… I really hope I can do i for as long as I can or until we get ready to have our second one…  I really want to figure out what I want to do for a living so many things I can do, but I don’t know what I really want to do… I hope it comes to me pretty soon… Tamir has an idea of what he wants to do… I’m still kind of stuck… What can a feel truly happy doing and have the freedom I have with my family while helping provide for them… After I get the other fun out of the way I can completely pay attention to myself and my career… I hope I can figure out something so…

Daily Prompt: Blogger With a Cause


If your day to day responsibilities were taken care of and you could throw yourself completely behind a cause, what would it be?

If my day to day responsibilities were taken care of, I could throw myself completely into help a Cat Shelter and also help women and children… I’ve been wanting help cat other than my own which I save from a shelter… I know there are also a lot of women and children that need help with life itself… Since I’ve became pregnant I’ve been in to things that deal more with women and child… I hope some point in my life I’ll be an expert on breastfeeding to help other women on it… I want to be able to completely promote healthy organic life… Down to the way I feed all the member of my family(cats and human)… Food means a lot to me… without it you can’t live…. 

Daily Prompt: Groundhog Day


In the comedy “Groundhog Day” Bill Murray experienced the same day again and again, stuck in a time loop until he got the day “right.” What day would you choose to repeat until you got it right? Do you think it’s ever possible to get life “right”?

I really don’t want to relive any day in the past… what’s done is done… I lived it that way for a reason… I’m okay with how my day has ended as long as i can end a day… That is one reason I wouldn’t want to be a vampire… Their days never end so they continue to repeat the same thing… I don’t think having the same day  everyday would ever make the day “right”… What makes that day right in the first place…