Results for adjusting to new baby
  • Forum Thread: What is the best way to get a jealous sibling to adjust to newborn baby?

    Does anyone have any tips on how to get a sibling to stop being jealous. I have three children and my daughter is seven years old. She is in Florida with her dad and that is her primary residence. I had no trouble getting her to adjust to the fact that she had a brother when my second child was born...
  • Forum Reply: Re: Single Mom Need Friends

    This site has definitely helped me to vent (and rejoice!) about many things!
  • Forum Thread: Needy Mom

    Ok, my baby girl is five months old. My fiance got a new job when she about two months. He loves his co-workers, loves his job, and he's really good at it; I should be super proud of him all of the time, right? He's starting to work late, go to late store meetings, always offer to take shifts...
  • Forum Thread: Single Parenting

    I am pregnant for the first time and I am not married. As a matter of fact, I prefer to have as little contact with the baby's father as possible. (It's a long story, but he's not a nice guy) I'm only about 9 weeks along, and I know I have a lot of time to think about things, but I'm...
  • Forum Thread: A chance to voice my feelings...

    I'm a new mom again it has been nine long years since I had a baby near me. I sort of forgot all the work the sleepless nights, and the horomones. I'm not quite myself yet Im not sure how to reconnect with my husband and other adults. My mind mostly focuses on the baby.
  • Forum Thread: Husband pulling away

    Hello all, I am new to the site but thought it might be nice for me to talk to someone who is neutral and doesnt know myself of my husband. We have been together just shy of 10 years, and married for 6 of them. 2 years ago we were approached by a pregnant family friend about possibly adopting the baby...
  • Forum Reply: Re: Daddy Drama

    Here is my strong advice, take it just as how it applies- each and every comment that has similarities to yours may benefit strongly from where it fits in their own lives; because it will apply differently to all..... There is never a rainbow without the rain. Appreciate your rainbow, they are beautiful...
  • Forum Thread: involving Dad

    I am looking for advice on how to get Dad more involved-- and confident-- with our 6 week newborn. My husband has recently experienced severe health concerns-- right on baby's due date-- this appears to have made it difficult for him to bond with baby. He often feels insure-- not sure he is "doing...
  • Forum Thread: Failing Relationship or Post-Partum??

    My name is Jessica and I am 21 years old. I gave birth to my son in February, and for a while things were wonderful between my boyfriend and I. We have been together for almost three years now and this is our first child. We have talked about getting married, and planning the rest of our lives together...
  • Forum Thread: Should dad be out of picture?

    Around the time I got pregnant, my boyfriend of 10 months and I had been going our seperate ways. (Well I was trying, he refused to leave me alone.) now that i am 17 weeks, he is still as much trouble as before, and not to mention he has hurt me since I got pregnant and I put a restraning order on...