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Looking back on my daughter’s first year of life, I realize that so much of parenthood is trial and error. There are as many unique parenting styles as there are types of kids, and nothing about parenting is cut and dry.
No matter if you’re a crunchy mama, modern mama, by the book mama, stay at home mama or working mama, here are five things every new mom should know.
My emotional high came crashing down just a few short hours after my daughter was born when we were told that she had hip dysplasia. The doctor tried to explain things but all I heard was "dislocated hips" and "body brace." I was devastated, confused and fearful of what the diagnosis meant for our sweet girl, Parker.