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Bi-Cultural child & Single Motherhood @WMB

I think it’s important when raising a bi-cultural child to find a balance between both the mother’s and the father’s upbringing and cultural backgrounds. The truth is, it’s not always that simple. 148 more words

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Mission Motherhood: Improving Maternal Health Globally

This morning, I was woken up by the cry of my nine-year-old daughter Sophia. She had a nightmare and was scared, and wanted to sleep with me. 815 more words


About a father @World Mums Blog

When you first separate, you are a big mess but you are full of hope that you’ll just manage everything well, mostly with the father of your children. 149 more words


It Takes a Village @World Moms Blog

Since my baby boy was born, I’ve been living with my parents (or it’s the other way around – they are living with me). We all live together in a two-room flat. 245 more words


Late encounter with Life @ World Moms Blog

I don’t know how your pregnancy went. I can tell you that mine was far from perfect, far from the dream I once had of what my life as a pregnant woman would be. 285 more words


World Mums Blog - Interview!

The first time I heard from Jennifer Burden, it was on my friend Salma’s blog. So you know, Jennifer Burden is the Founder & CEO of World Mums Blog. 185 more words

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