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Are you a woman who is trying to conceive, pregnant, or a brand-new Mommy? If so, you need to look into BellyHood.com. Have you not heard of BellyHood.com? Well, it is an online meeting place to talk to and get advice from other moms. The forums are easy-to-navigate and full of useful information. Plus, they have monthly drawings for $10.00 babies”R”us gift cards!

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Comments

  1. My little one is on the way… but I have LOVED talking with other moms about their experiences! So far I’ve asked for advice on baby gear, maternity clothes, and natural childbirth. I would be so lost without them!

  2. I’m currently pregnant but I’ve talked to many other mothers about their experiences.

  3. Michelle says:

    I LOVE talking to other mothers about cloth diapering! When I was a new mommy I had only one friend to talk to about it who had also cloth diapered.

  4. Allyson Tice says:

    I loved talking to the ladies at my dr’s office..they became really good friends and people i coudl talk to. take advantage of the nurses and staff at your dr’s office.. they are there to help!

  5. Jane Squires says:

    Would love to win this for one of my daughters to use for my grandchildren.

  6. Wendy Mastin says:

    My daughter is going to have my 1st grandchild in April and she will be using cloth diapers. I was the one asking the questions, because I thought she was crazy. Wow, what a difference these new cloth diapers are. I want to thank all of you who blog about these cloth diapers. Reading these reviews have helped me so much to be able to support my daughter. Thank you.

  7. hayley s says:

    Currently pregnant, but I do love to talk to other expecting mommies! I wish my husband could feel our little guy move inside how I do all the time 🙂

  8. I’m not pregnant yet (soon!), but my mom is there for me and I have the whole internet at my fingertips! 🙂 I love living in an age where I can instantly google anything, but it’s also tough not to scare yourself!

  9. Samantha says:

    I would have loved to have more family at the birth of our son. It was just me and hubby. We had just moved there and I can totally relate to moms who move soon before birth.

  10. I would’ve loved to talk with other moms about having a second child, and how it would effect their older sibling

  11. one of my problems i had was having to go to the bathroom all them time and sometimes i couldn’t make it…..i stayed close to a bathroom and wore pads maybe tmi but it was my biggest problem

  12. It depended on who I was talking to on whether or not I enjoyed it, haha. Most people kept their horrific birth stories to themselves so going into labor I wasn’t too scared. I think a piece of advice Id share would be “sleep when the baby sleeps,” but amended slightly. Try to ignore the urge to clean, cook, do laundry, etc while baby is sleeping. Take that time for yourself to eat, read, sleep, watch tv, play a game, bathe, whatever. I go by the EASY schedule: eat, activity, sleep, you. Meaning feed baby, do awake time/activities which can include moving them room to room with you as you clean, nap time for baby, and you-time.

    Also, try your best to observe baby and get them into schedules and routines. They don’t have to be rigid ones but babies thrive on repetition. Baby may not need a bath every night but its relaxing and will help baby wind down for bed.

  13. After having a c-section w/ my 1st child, I expected my VBAC recovery to be like a walk in the park! I had no idea that it HURTS still, I wish someone told me that!!!

  14. I’m currently pregnant and it has helped me a lot to talk to other mothers about their experiences. It has been nice- i hope i can do that for others/

  15. Piper Leigh says:

    I’ve had my mom to talk too. Who else better to give you advice? 🙂 She reassured me about childbirth and I hope I can do the same for someone else soon!

  16. Someone told me when I was pregnant with my 1st that just when you get used to their sleeping routine, they change it on you. We are on baby #2 now and I still am amazed how true that is!

  17. Mrs Ransome says:

    I have had to temporarily stop breastfeeding my son due to an emergency surgery on my knee! 🙁

  18. Maggie Wielinski says:

    I am a first time mom. I have had some wonderful women to talk to about everything.

  19. stephanie says:

    I absolutely LOVE talking to moms about breastfeeding. I’ve been breastfeeding my son for 19 months now and I have no plans on stopping anytime soon. He was born 11 weeks early so I had to pump in the beginning, but I was determined to give my son my milk. 19 months old and has only been sick once!
    I love offering help and giving advice to others to help them continue breastfeeding or even start!

  20. That wud cover a lot of my lo diaper needs! 🙂

  21. Jennifer Burris says:

    I think some of the stuff in labor and delivery would have been nice to know. I think everyone is an individual when it comes to parenting. Everyone else will seem to have it all together and you will feel tired and overwhelmed. At times you feel like you are not “good enough” to keep up with other moms and guess what…you are good enough and the other moms are frazzled too. It is ok to ask for help. No one is perfect and no one way is right. We are all learning. Always take time for yourself and always be sure your child is loved and safe. Much love

  22. I would tell a new mom to look at garage sales for clothing. I never buy new clothing for my kids because I can get things for under a $1 and they are usually name brand!

  23. Victoria K says:

    i mostly talk to my mom and my best friend’s mom about it! i am currently prego and their advice helps me out tons.. if i could share some insight it would be get a freakin maternity belt because your back is gonna kill you!!

  24. In my city there is a postpartum support group I attend. It is so helpful to talk to other moms about what I am experiencing!

  25. Jennifer W says:

    I found a post partum support group in Allentown, PA at Cedar Crest. They helped me through a lot of the issues I was having after having my second child. The best advise that someone could have given me is never try to cope with what you think might me baby blues or PPD on your own…see a professional for some help.

  26. Rachel M says:

    I was “lucky” in that my best friend got pregnant within a month of the birth of my son, so I could share everything in real time! I’m sure she was just THRILLED, but I was annoyed with all of the silly little things that no one tells you- like post-partum dry skin! & post-partum hair falling out! YUCK.

  27. I had lots of family members to talk to who are mothers and gave good advice or just listened. It really helped to have someone to listen when I struggled with nursing. They make it look so easy in the movies/TV, but it’s not!

  28. Danielle Whitfield says:

    My nana was the one that I talked to alot about my pregnancy symptoms, etc. My husband was the second one, and they were both very important to my pregnancy of my daughter. I don’t know what I would have done without them, because they helped me through my pregnancy.

  29. My best girlfriends were the ones I talked to most about pregnancy since we were all prego together 🙂

  30. Amanda Geel says:

    I go onto Cafemom a lot and talk to the woman on the groups in there. There is always someone that is or has gone through the same experience that I am going through at that moment so it is quite helpful to have such a wonderful group of woman to talk to.

    I have been through a lot of miscarriages, and pregnancies this being my 5th live birth, and also have a numerous amount of health problems that make my pregnancy high risk. So I find that I can help out others as well as they help me.

  31. I had a great support network with the moms I met during my birthing class. What I’d tell other moms now is that we should all use cloth diapers. They are just as easy to use these days as disposables (several systems out there like diapers)…and the waste that we are creating for our childrens’ future with disposable wipes and diapers is really scary to me. It saves money and it saves the environment.

  32. Heather A says:

    Not only do I have a lot of mommy friends, but I am in three (yes, three) different facebook mommy groups. Personally, I kinda wish that they all lived near me so that I could always have someone nearby to bug for advice.

  33. kailee Bowman says:

    I love being able to talk to other moms,

  34. Jessica S. says:

    I am trying to win for a friend and have no pregnancy stories. My friend lost her first baby and afterwards said there was so much she didn’t know that she wish she had 🙁

  35. katherine d says:

    i love talking to other mothers about that first feeling you get when you realize you’re really and truly pregnant – it’s magic

  36. I loved talking with other mothers about what to expect and then I also loved talking to my cloth diapering friends about cloth diapering. I love having other moms to talk to about things.

  37. Jennifer Pruneda says:

    I was lucky that my sister and got pregnant within 2 months of each other with our firsts, so we talked a lot and I still learned many things through my other 4 pregnancies. Now my sister is pregnant with twin girls and I am so excited it has been 11yrs since her last pregnancy so she is asking me a lot of ?’s since my youngest is 4 I still remember a lot about being pregnant.

  38. ALL my friends either have children or are pregnant (or both!) right now. I have a lot of mommy and mommy-to-be friends to discuss my pregnancy with.

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