We are all over the map again this week, with a different country for each day!
On Monday, we will start the week in South Carolina with Maggie Ellison, who has had to pick her roots and move more times than she can remember. When her stability was threatened yet again, she reached her breaking point. She takes us on her courageous journey to recovery from a dreadful ordeal.
Also, on Monday, we have a guest post up by founder, Jennifer Burden, over in the UK at BritMums!
Come with us to the Philippines on Tuesday, where Martine de Luna finds herself under pressure to have another baby! Come read as she tells us whether she is planning to resist the pressure or bow to it, and her own plans for her family are.
We are proud of the multicultural group of writers on World Moms Blog. As diverse as we are, there are some things that don’t change, no matter where in the world you happen to be parenting your kids. One of them is the “terrible twos”. Mama B in Saudi Arabia is dealing with this now, while she tries to juggle three other children. Come read about her adventures!
On Thursday, we head to Canada, where Carol @ If By Yes talks about why it is that the majority of new moms do not breastfeed, even though they believe it is best. She has some interesting insights and tells us about her own experiences.
On Friday, we’re off across the ocean again, to hear from Deborah Quinn in the UAE. She tells us about her encounter with a lady who works hard so she can send money home to the Philippines and finance her brothers’ college educations.
On Saturday, check out the Saturday Sidebar with Eva Fannon, where the World Moms give their thoughts on an important topic, and chime in with your answers to the week’s question!
It’s Earth Day today in the U.S.!