I know – I know – it’s Fathers’ Day weekend coming up – so why in the world am I focusing on mothers?
Well – I just can’t help it! All around me (literally) are expectant moms in various stages of pregnancy.
They are all conscientiously taking care of themselves, eating well, going to pre-natal visits, making absolute sure that all is well with the baby, continuing to take care of family members, while often still working outside the home.
When the baby arrives, however, the focus becomes solely on the baby. From friends and relatives to doctors and nurses, everyone’s concern is about the baby.
Yet the mother, who just accomplished a near Olympian feat, a physical accomplishment that leaves a women’s body and often times her emotions in need of care, repair, and attention – is on her own.
Recently I heard about a Godsend – a true and manageable support and help for all pregnant and postpartum mothers. It comes from an extremely reliable source; yes, a woman who just gave birth herself and has reaped its benefits and totally believes in its effectiveness, and how it has made a difference for her.
mommastrong.com – check it out – really – see what you think – there’s something for everyone here.
It’s only a click away!
Oh yes, I actually didn’t mean to forget the dads out there on this upcoming Father’s Day weekend so I sincerely say – “suck it up, dads!”
Do the dishes, vacuum, fold the laundry, bathe the children, order out (after the kids are in bed).
This might just turn out to be your best Fathers’ Day ever!