Early Motherhood Resource Centre

Five Ways Parenthood Destroys Marriage

Faith & Love

Five Ways Parenthood Destroys Marriage

Having a baby together is one of the most exciting things a couple will do together, but many first-time parents lack the awareness that it also means placing down their marriage as bets in a high-risk gamble called parenthood. In this article, based on what I've learnt from my own parenting journey, I share some insights on how parenthood can affect marriage.

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Homemade vs Store Bought Baby Food - The Financially Savvy Mum (Part 3)

Babies & Toddlers The Financially Savvy Mum

Homemade vs Store Bought Baby Food - The Financially Savvy Mum (Part 3)

Is homemade baby food cheaper than store-bought commercial ones? If so, how much do you really save when you add it all up? 

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The Unspoken Truth About You and Your Breech Baby

Pregnancy & Childbirth

The Unspoken Truth About You and Your Breech Baby

In this article, I delve deep into a twenty-year-old controversy that has affected the rights of mothers today in regards to their birthing choice for their breech babies. Why is C-section recommended for breech babies? What are the maternal risks associated with C-section? What are the real risks of Vaginal Breech Birth (VBB)? And what are the current health recommendations & guidelines for VBB?

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Real Costs of Private vs Public Pregnancy Care - The Financially Savvy Mum (Part 1)

Pregnancy & Childbirth The Financially Savvy Mum

Real Costs of Private vs Public Pregnancy Care - The Financially Savvy Mum (Part 1)

How much does private healthcare for pregnancy really cost? Do you know what it actually covers? And how does it compare to the public healthcare system in terms of benefits and costs? In this first part of the series The Financially Savvy Mum, I research and look into the real costs of private and public healthcare in Australia for mums-to-be.

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Top 3 Shortlived Newborn Products - The Financially Savvy Mum (Part 2)

Babies & Toddlers Newborn & Breastfeeding The Financially Savvy Mum

Top 3 Shortlived Newborn Products - The Financially Savvy Mum (Part 2)

These products can cost you up to a thousand dollars and are on every mum's shopping list at some stage. However, their lifespans range from three to six months at best and are highly dependent on your baby. They may be necessary, but there's a more cost-effective solution to getting them.

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