Get the Support You Deserve: Online Resources for New Moms

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While one of the most rewarding, and humbling life-long roles you’ll ever undertake, the venture in to motherhood can be quite perplexing, scary, lonely, and intimidating at times. That’s why it’s important for new moms to get the proper support once you join The Club.

Naturally, seeking out other moms in the same boat is a great way to ease in to mother hood, and help you face all the big and little decisions ahead of you. But, more than that, there is a wealth of support available online. Here are a few of my favorite online sources of new-mom support over the years:

  • What to Expect – This series, which you probably drank up whilst your little bun was cooking away in the oven, picks right back up after you bring your little bundle of joy in to the world. And stays with you through toddler-hood. Best of all, you can subscribe to their newsletter, and receive newsletters that correspond precisely with your baby’s ages and stages.
  • Gerber Milestones – Another great resource that goes beyond just baby food and baby formula. Plus, a great source for coupons along the way. (And if you do use formula, there are some high value Gerber coupons being sent out these days! Like, over $10!)
  • Huggies New Moms Club – ¬†Register today to get access to expert advice from resources like Mommy Answers and the Welcome Baby Guide. Plus you’ll receive exclusive savings and special offers.

Do you have additional resources to add to this list? Please share!

Keep on saving!  :o)
–Barbara

**This post may contain affiliate links.**

Keep on saving!  :o)
--Barbara

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