"Checklist Moms" are just like you, with kids, careers, and bottomless laundry baskets. Yet all agree that streamlining their listmaking has significantly simplified their lives. Are checklists for you?
I'm at a loss as to how pictures of shirtless men is going to inspire companies to make it easier for nursing mothers to pump at work, or even start offering real maternity leaves instead of the legally mandated FMLA. None of this is going to help nursing women have access to better healthcare and better resources like lactation consultants and support groups.
While many women are content with their motherhood status, others feel a strong need to have a personal identity beyond their roles as moms. How can these women work through identity struggles of adapting to motherhood?
Resentment that built up during your infertile years may not automatically evaporate once you're a parent. In this excerpt from The Belated Baby: A Guide to Parenting After Infertility, the authors acknowledge these feelings.
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