On mamas mind blog

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On mama`s mind blog

On mama`s mind blog

Is about motherhood and what lies beyond. The slightly longer backstory is that motherhood, for me, opened up an entire new level of existence. I have been plagued by existential angst for most of my twenties and early thirties, and growing past that demanded I face some of my deepest fears. It required that I look both inside and outside, and as I shed my previous assumptions about reality I started to rebuild a new foundation.

Motherhood, with its raw honesty, ethereal love and deeper connection to life around me was not only the frightening initiator but also the anchor that led me through it. In an odd way, I wouldn’t want to be my existential struggle, since life today is infused with much more meaning. I find myself having honest discussions about the deeper meaning of it all with old as well as new friends that are living the motherhood experience with me, but – true to the nature of motherhood – we rarely have time to finish them properly. That’s what this blog does.

I was one of those children to convincingly state I’m going to be a writer, who wrote stories everywhere on everything, until real life silenced that voice and practical choices overshadowed it altogether. However, if there is anything that life has taught me, it’s that we gravitate towards our passions in one way or another. We move towards that which lights us up and fires our engines, and if we choose to live in the shadows, we slowly kill that which we call our spirit. Writing makes up a small part of my day job, which I love, but I have been itching to arrange and write my own thoughts in my own words for several years. Editing blogs and writing copy for work only made me more convinced that I need to start writing of my own pen, or I’ll channel all that creative energy into something far less productive.

In short, I write because I want to share the honest, raw experience of being a mother. I write to counteract all the selfies, the blissful-holiday-picture, the rosy new-baby-pictures flooding our social media feeds. I write because those pictures do not reflect the true experience, at least not for me. Motherhood is the most joyous of heights, an entirely different level of existence, but it is also bottomless fear; fear of when my own life will end, fear of losing my child, fear of failure. If it resonates with someone, somewhere, it’s enough to keep me going.

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The Children’s Happiness Guide

The Children’s Happiness Guide is the blog created as support for parents. But this blog gives many interesting facts and useful advice to everyone who wants to increase knowledge about children. You can read about children’s development, nutrition, activities, learning and many other issues about childhood, parenting and teaching here. 

We work very hard to improve this blog planning many more articles and events. Therefore, follow us and we are sure that you will enjoy our work that is dedicated to children by spreading knowledge and exchanging experience about them. 

What inspired me to start this blog?

When I became a mother of a boy, I met many problems about raising and care. My pedagogical studies and long-term work with children aren’t enough to fight with everyday parental problems. As a newborn mom, I need experience too. That motivated me to explore and learn much more. Looking for solutions to problems that I had, I come to an idea to make a blog where parents would share knowledge and support each other. I admit I am not the first with such idea. There are a lot of blogs about parenting and children but many of them aren’t based on expertise or real experience. They just make confusions between parents. So, my idea is to create a blog which would unite experience and expertise and solve many confusions and myths about raising and care children.

Sharing my idea with associates and friends I got the huge support to realize that. And, I didn’t get the support only, but the huge help in creating a website, its design and exploring contents for posts as well. On this way, I come from my idea to a team of pediatrics, psychologists, teachers and many others who work with me on the realization of my idea. We are connected by love towards children and desire for the righteous world in which every child will be loved, be smiled, encouraged and happy.  

If you have the same love and desire, enjoy us. Support us as we want to support you. Follow us, read our articles, share those and give us comments and suggestions. If you have some problems or doubts about parenting or teaching, contact us. We will be pleased to help you. 

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Munchkins Planet

Munchkins Planet  is the prime online resource for all the topic related to parenting, creative activities for kids and help you to better understand kids behavior.

On this website, we’ll walk you through wide range topics related to kids creativity, understanding children’s behavior and developing problem-solving skills.

I am an accountant by profession, I am passionate about writing on parenting topics which inspired me to start this blog.

Though I don`t have any technical knowledge to start a website, as I learned from Youtube and slowly  developed my website. I have made all important pages and designed logo of the website without any professional help.

 

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