Women, throughout history, have always supported each other through motherhood. Even where children were not born of women, that nurturing spirit of motherhood birthed the expression ‘It takes a village to raise a child’. In the times we live in, the structure of a village in the traditional sense has changed, but the support remains the same.

Today, most parents employ a day-mother either in the form of domestic helper or through a day-care facility. This co-parenting arrangement supports both the physical and emotional needs of our little ones.

 

“As a first-time mother, it helps to share my experiences with other mothers, because we can learn from each other and adapt those lessons to the unique needs of our babies.”

 

This means, though, that many parents worry about their children, and about their ability as parents, to nurture and raise their children in the best possible way. That is why each parents needs to be able to bare their soul to a trusted groups of parents, and find solace and comfort in this modern-day tribe of mothers.

4 Thoughts to “Sharing and Supporting”

  1. I am a 26 years old mother. I have been breastfeeding my son from birth. He is now 10 months old and I am happy about my decision. My son is health and he is not always sick.
    I really enjoy breastfeeding and my son also loves breast milk.

  2. I am a 26 years old mother. I have been breastfeeding my son from birth. He is now 10 months old and I am happy about my decision. My son is health and he is not always sick.
    I really enjoy breastfeeding and my son also loves breast milk

  3. Hi Pasi
    My name is Maleshwane. I gave birth to a beautiful daughter ka 2014, then I had to start at university the following year. My problem is that my daughter is now turning 3 ka October and after a gave birth I refused go bofa mokhaba. since giving I gained a lot of weight and thought il deal with the weight when she is two, unfortunately even now I am still struggling to lose the baby fat….please plase guys help me to lose this baby fat…yoh especially on the mkhabas.lol. When ppl ask me why do I have a big belly, well I just say I had my baby with a C-section, mara haikhona Im now tired of that excuse and need my body back. And also please give me advice on the type of food I should eat because I am still addicted to junk.

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