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Take Command Health Insurance

4 Ground Rules Every Mom Needs to Know About Health Insurance {Sponsored Post}

{We have partnered with Take Command Health to provide this information to you.}As moms, we wear many hats in our households: From head nurse to top chef to pep talk giver to personal shopper. We are basically superwoman. One of the more daunting roles we assume is making health insurance choices for our family. If […]

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Mesh Underwear & Other Postpartum Survival Necessities

Mesh Underwear & Other Postpartum Survival Necessities

When I was pregnant with my first baby, everyone talked about labor and delivery.  It was all warnings and just-you-waits and will-you-get-an-epidural and contractions and this-is-how-you-push.  No one…and I mean no one prepared me for what happens after the baby comes out.  The recovery, the postpartum experience, or everything I’d need to survive those first […]

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Neighborhood Groups, MOMbassador | Atlanta Area Moms Blog

It Takes a Village…or a Neighborhood Group

We’ve all heard the saying “it takes a village” used most commonly when talking about the challenges that come with raising a child. But what about the challenges that come with being a mom? Like never being alone (even in the bathroom) but having that constant feeling of loneliness. Or experiencing middle school all over […]

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Atlanta Birth Center

A First for Atlanta: Atlanta Birth Center is Born

{We are thrilled to partner with the brand new Atlanta Birth Center for this post! Atlanta Birth Center is the first of its kind in the area. We are excited to provide a variety of resources for local moms and are looking forward to introducing you to the Atlanta Birth Center and their services. Although […]

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Dos and Don'ts for Visiting New Moms

Sit Down and Stay (but really, please don’t!) – Dos and Don’ts for Visiting New Moms

Bringing home a new baby can be such an exciting time, but also exhausting and emotional for a new mom. Even if you have kids, you may have forgotten the overwhelming first few weeks home from the hospital (they are a sleep deprived blur!). Here are some rules and advice for loving on your friend […]

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