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I Want to Put My Infant in a Single Bed: Is That a Bad Idea?

I Want to Put My Infant in a Single Bed: Is That a Bad Idea?

A mom writes in asking for advice about her infant daughter. She says she is considering moving her three-month-old out of her cot and into a single bed placed next to the parents’ bed. She says that her daughter tends to find sleeping on a bed more comfortable. Is this mom thinking too far ahead? Is it safe to put an infant in a single bed? The community weighs in with advice below.

25 Hilarious Parenting Tweets by @DadAndBuried: 'What Is Your Kid's Favorite Band and Why Is It Imagine Dragons?'

25 Hilarious Parenting Tweets by @DadAndBuried: ‘What Is Your Kid’s Favorite Band and Why Is It Imagine Dragons?’

Social media can be a place of humble parenting brags and an endless stream of perfectly curated photos. That’s why we’re especially grateful for moms and dads who are out there keeping it real. One of our favorite funny fathers, @FatherWithTwins, never fails to capture all of the struggles that come with raising small, wild humans.

More Hilarious Parenting Memes to Help You Survive Summer Quarantine: 'My Profile Pic vs Me on a Video Call'

More Hilarious Parenting Memes to Help You Survive Summer Quarantine: ‘My Profile Pic vs Me on a Video Call’

Do you need a little meme inspiration to keep you going today? Yes, yes you do! Funny memes are our life-force and we’re not ashamed to admit it. At Mamas Uncut, we come across many a dank meme and we decided it’s time to start sharing the best of the best every week. Being a mom can sometimes feel like you’re on your own little island. When, in reality, every mama is going through the same things you are. Memes are here to help.

Single Moms: What Is It Like to Move Away with Your Child and Start Over?

Single Moms: What Is It Like to Move Away with Your Child and Start Over?

A mom writes in asking for advice from single moms who have left their town or city and started over with their children, but otherwise alone. This mom says her daughter’s dad “wants us gone,” and she is seriously considering picking up, moving away, and starting over. She is not happy in her relationship and wants to get away from the toxicity. Is this a good call? Any advice for her? YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: Single Mom Takes Aim At Mom-Shamers Who Judge Moms For Bringing Their Kids Into the Grocery Store, Shuts Them Down With a Sign She Posted on Daughter’s Back A member of the community asks: “Have any other single moms left and started over? Have any of you single moms moved you and your child out of your city/town to start all over? My daughter’s dad wants us gone, and I think it’s time we pack up and leave as his request. I don’t have my license, and because of this COVID stuff, me getting my license right now is impossible. I planned on going back to school in the fall in the city. Should we just go? And live by ourselves? I’m not happy with my life …

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My Daughter Always Asks if I Love Her After She Gets in Trouble, and It Has Me Worried About My Parenting Choices: Advice?

My Daughter Always Asks if I Love Her After She Gets in Trouble, and It Has Me Worried About My Parenting Choices: Advice?

A mom writes in asking for advice about her 4-year-old daughter. She says her daughter will always ask her mom if she loves her after she gets in trouble. Whether she gets put in a time out or ignored or yelled at for bad behavior, her daughter always asks her mom if she loves her. This worries this mom, who thinks maybe something in her actions makes her daughter feel unloved in those moments.

My Friend Told Me 'No Wonder You're Single' During an Argument About My Son Wearing a Mask, and It Hurt Me: Am I Overreacting?

My Friend Told Me ‘No Wonder You’re Single’ During an Argument About My Son Wearing a Mask, and It Hurt Me: Am I Overreacting?

A mom writes in asking for advice about an argument she had with her friend in which the friend told her, “No wonder you’re single.” This mom was very hurt by this comment for many reasons, not least of which is the fact that her last longterm relationship was abusive. She wants to know if she is overreacting to being told such a thing or if she has a right to be upset.