Creating a family can be a beautiful part of life, but one dad’s story on Reddit reveals what happens when you and your partner are on different pages about this highly sensitive subject.
TikTok is not just for Gen Z but they are for moms and their babies too. If you are not familiar with the platform, which is similar to Vine, the app is condensed of short and usually funny clips. The latest trend is to throw water over babies and film their reactions, and while many of the mothers claim no baby was harmed in the making of the video — the baby’s faces say otherwise. The last challenge that went viral on TikTok was mothers showing their boobs to breastfed babies and recording their reactions. But as you can imagine, the water challenge is bringing out different emotions than the aforementioned videos… @mikaylamatthews I’m never doing a Tik Tok trend again ???????? I felt so bad ???????????? wait for it ##fyp##upcycling##babiesoftiktok##whatyoudoingwiththat ♬ Ah Eh – queen_zyon1 This baby could not believe the audacity that was thrust upon them: @tia.dunham ???????????????????? no babies were harmed in this video ##fyp ##momsoftiktok ♬ Ah Eh – queen_zyon1 While this baby was shook: @gd..morgan No babies were harmed in the making of this video ???????????? (she laughed afterward) ♬ Ah Eh – queen_zyon1 RELATED: Mom Sucks In Her Baby Bump For a New Viral …
A mom writes in asking for advice about her almost-three-year-old toddler daughter. She says she is not much a meat-eater. She is also, as of recently, not much of a veggie eater. She’ll take a single bite of dinner and refuse to eat more. In short, she’s a very stubborn picky eater. It’s gotten so bad overall that her daughter is waking up in the middle of the night hungry because she has refused to eat. Advice?
Breastfeeding can be a rewarding experience and another great opportunity to bond with your baby throughout the day. That doesn’t mean it’s simple by any means, though. The breastfeeding process can pose challenges to even the most confident mom that can make you ask, “What am I doing?!” You might not produce enough milk, you might have trouble with latching or you might be overwhelmed by the idea of breastfeeding in public.