How do you do it? is a community of mothers of multiples that believes in supporting each other, in sharing our experiences and questions, in friendship, and in encouragement. The link up is open to all of our readers, whether you have multiples or not, where you can share your wisdom, your favorite posts, your insights, with our online community here at HDYDI and What’s up Fagans?.
Each week, we pick some of our favorite posts and feature them the following week on our site! Plus, we pin them on Pinterest, tweet them on Twitter, and share them on Google+ and Facebook! Get some more exposure for your great content, and don’t forget to check out the featured posts from last week’s link up!
Plus, ldskatelyn of What’s up Fagans? is co-hosting our link party on her blog as well. One party on two blogs means double the exposure and community.
Each HDYDI parenting link up party accepts new links from Monday morning through Friday at noon.
So tell us: How do you handle conception, pregnancy, prematurity, birth, and postpartum recovery? How do you handle tantrums, diapering bills, stress, and potty training? How do you handle education and special needs? How do you balance the needs of several children with a marriage? How do you manage being a stay-at-home mom, a working mom, or a single parent? And how do you find time for yourself?
How do you do it?!
Thanks to everyone who is linking up each week! This week’s most clicked post was from Brandi of Fairy Tale Glamorous. With two kids under two, her diaper bag is an important part of her life. See what essentials she’s packing.I really appreciated Sarah of Me Plus 3 Today‘s post about getting out of your comfort zone and just creating your own village, instead of moaning about not having one. This is especially amazing as she herself is an introvert. It’s worth contemplating who is your village and the importance of having one.
Jennifer of the Study-at-Home Mama asks an important question – Can your kids handle your expectations? Her post is full of some reminders to evaluate how fair we are really being toward our children, as well as reasons as to why our children may not be meeting our expectations. In honor of World Breastfeeding Week last week and August being National Breastfeeding Month, I am sharing Lauren of Military Wife and Mom’s tips on how to breastfeed on a schedule, and still make enough milk for you baby or babies.
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