Single Parenting’s Guide

Getting everything done, on time, being where you need to be, do what you have to do and stay sane through it all.

Finding the financial means (food, boarding/housing, transportation, food, clothing and providing necessities of life, safe place to stay, live and play) Baby-sitting and daycare, employment and income, support and other family-related challenges.

Emotionally supporting your kids, while and despite your world crumpling before your eyes. Being and providing the stability although you do not feel you can or have it in you.
Coping with loss and change and the new roles and responsibilities of being a sole custodian and major care-giver, provider and head of the family.

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100 Getting Pregnant Tips

100 Getting Pregnant Tips

1. What to think about prior to getting pregnant.

Before even thinking of getting pregnant, you should recognize the fact that raising a child is a huge responsibility. Aside from that, there are also things that you may have to give up for it. Thus, prior to getting pregnant, you must have the commitment and the discipline to go through it properly, so that it would be a pleasant experience for you. 

2. Plan for pregnancy carefully.
It is best if you and your spouse can plan for pregnancy carefully, so that you would be able to cover all the bases. See to it that you both would have the time to take care of the baby, once he or she is born. Aside from that, you should also make sure that proper steps are taken, so that you would have a healthy pregnancy and be safe in your delivery. 

3. You must have the desire to have a child.
In order to get pregnant, you and your partner should have the desire to have a child. In other words, both of you should know what you want, so that you would also be more motivated in taking the steps towards it. By having the desire to have a child, you and your partner would be able to do the right things at the right time and be able to conceive a baby very soon.