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Sometimes it's nice to get advice from experts with a lot of letter degrees behind their names, but other times, you just need to hear what another parent (with a M.O.M. behind her name) has done that has worked. You've got questions? These moms have answers.
 
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Asked by carlesha13698
0 answers
7 months ago
In the spirit of saving money...like $150 when I go to Jiffy Lube...would any mom's ever pay oh I don't know maybe $50 to have a mechanic teach them how to do an oil change on their own car? I just... more
Asked by Hts8482
0 answers
9 months ago
My sister in law and I got into a huge fight recently. She and her husband were questioning my parenting behind my back to another family member who let me know the situation. She "apologized" simply... more
Asked by AYDENBOY
3 answers
1 year ago
me and my husband currently have a three year old boy and a one year old girl and we want to start trying for our third child(3 being our idea number) in about a year. But currently we both work full... more
1 answer
1 year ago
Hello Parents, I am a student at Lehigh University, and I am trying to innovate how children take daily vitamins. I would greatly appreciate it if you took 3 minutes to answer this survey. http... more
Asked by Lovve14
2 answers
1 year ago
well i havve a 11 months old baby boy thats my life couldnt and cant live without him im 18 years old... more
Asked by MrsAlbinoNinja
1 answer
1 year ago
It seems like we have almost a perfect marriage, other than the arguments over money. He is the type of person to almost completely ignore necessities to get what he wants, because that's the way... more
Asked by AnnieCarter
12 answers
2 years ago
I have a 19 year old stepdaughter who just recentley moved in with my husband, myself and 2 yr old daughter. Let me enlighten you a little bit how she is, She is kind of an immature 18 year old, and... more
Asked by pinkpaisley8709
6 answers
2 years ago
my 3 year old is autistic, and my 9 month old is EXTREMELY clingy. every single time i put her down, she cries, and begins to crawl after me, screaming, "mama! mama!" i know it's normal for the... more
Asked by bethshek222
3 answers
2 years ago
One of the toughest job I ever known is parenting. It is a job where you will need to have the best idea to run your family well. parenting job is where you can find most of the mess in life in... more

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