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How Can Moms Support Each Other?

I’m one in a million…

I’ve joined the Million Moms Challenge as a BlogFrog Community Leader and we’re going to talk about it all, the good, the challenging, and the heartbreaking. We’re going to talk about all those times when nothing seems to go right and we’re just one spit-up stain away from a breakdown. We’re going to talk about all those gorgeous first smiles and brave first steps. And we’re also going to talk about some of the challenges facing women around the globe today as they try balance motherhood and career, find personal fulfillment, or even simply survive the day.

“The Million Moms Challenge Community is a joint effort of ABC News and the United Nations Foundation in conjunction with BabyCenter, and YOU!

The Million Moms Challenge is a historic, first-of-its-kind campaign – a call to action to engage a million Americans with millions of moms in the developing world around the issues of pregnancy, childbirth and children’s health. The goal is to create a global community, building on the common dream that every mother shares for her child: a healthy pregnancy and safe birth.”

With that in mind, I’m wondering how we can all support each other better…

Let’s declare an official end to the media-driven “mommy wars” while we keep talking about the things that matter to us.

Can you think of one super supportive thing someone said to you while you were pregnant or just getting the hang of new motherhood?

Share it, please, so we can all remember to give another mom a pick-me-up when she needs it most and be “one in a million moms”!


Disclosure: I am compensated as a community leader for this campaign. My words and opinions are my own.

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Candace is the co-editor and co-founder of Mamanista. She is an educational consultant and writer.

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