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I have no personal experience to draw from, but being a mother looks tough. I constantly see my sister racing after her kids to make sure they are safe and are behaving themselves.
Her infant’s cries wake her and her husband up at night, and her toddlers’ activities keep her busy driving the car.
But then again, motherhood doesn’t seem to be all craziness. I’ve seen my sister’s and her kids’ faces shine with delight as they read a story on the couch. It is also touching to see the youngsters give their mom a hug.
With this huge responsibility of raising children and weathering through the good and bad times, it must feel nice to know that there is someone or something to help you along.
In Los Alamos, one of those helping hands is Hope Pregnancy Center.
The Center offers a parent-mentoring program, which pairs clients with a mentor who assists them in reaching personal and parenting goals.
Clients also participate in video lessons that cover topics such as fetal development, prenatal care, adoption options and parenting skills.
For those who did not anticipate becoming mother, the center offers free pregnancy tests, peer counseling and information on options available to clients.
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