When I was pregnant with my first, I remember veteran mothers always telling me their horror stories of how awful the nausea was during pregnancy, or how painful the birthing process was because their epidural wore off, or how many times they had to push before the baby showed it’s huge head. I remember feeling scared to death to go through with this apparently horrific process, but it was too late at the time. The “toothpaste was already out of the tube” (so to speak).
I relied on my mom (who birthed 8 children, including twins) for a lot of advice and answers to my questions. But I knew my mother couldn’t be at my side (during the 9 months of pregnancy AND the 18 years of my child’s life afterwards). I kept thinking, “why don’t babies come with manuals??”
Imagine my surprise (and disappointment since it’s after the fact) when I recently learned about the group Intermountain Moms!
The Intermountain Health Care group has put together an interactive “discussion forum” of sorts, which offers great advice, AND responses to any question you can think of – whether it deals with pregnancy to any stage of your child’s life. Nurse Dani, a registered nurse and a mother herself, is the resource behind the information. Type her the question, she’ll respond with the answer – free of charge! It’s like having your mother at your fingertips any time of the day!
“Like” their Facebook page, and you’ll be kept up to date with the latest information being shared, as well as being given the opportunity to enter their “daily deliveries” (a daily giveaway of baby items and products).
With such a great resource, I’m almost tempted to have another baby!
I’m proud to be a representative of the Intermountain Healthcare Group and a part of the Intermountain Moms blogger group.
Although, this is a sponsored post, my experiences and opinions shared are my own, and were not swayed in any way by the sponsor.