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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF BEBITZABRAND
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.10%. The average number of likes per post is 13 and the average number of comments is 2.
40.48% of the followers that engaged with bebitzabrand regularly are from United States, followed by United Kingdom at 19.05% and Australia at 7.14%. In summary, the top 5 countries of bebitzabrand's posts engager are coming from United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, Canada.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR BEBITZABRAND
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF BEBITZABRAND
- United States 40.48 %
- United Kingdom 19.05 %
- Australia 7.14 %
- Germany 4.76 %
- Canada 4.76 %
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Good morning! Have a wonderful day 🤗
Your relationship with your partner is a priority. Sometime we might think our baby needs to come first. But, let me tell you, when baby is safe, clothed and fed, you and your partner is the top priority. Yes, it can be difficult to prioritise this. It's one of those things that can easily get brushed off and put on the back burner for "later" (which often turns to each other). Some parents feel like it's a selfish thing to do and they feel that they need to give themselves up 100% for their baby. The way you talk to each other and the way you handle problems together will be learned by your child. Don't stop working on your relationship just because you now have a child. Make it a priority. It's not selfish and it might seem counter-intuitive but this will help your child.
To all mothers out there feeling guilty for indulging in #selfcare, dont.
Slightly obsessed with lemon. Lately in our household we've been obsessed with lemons. We buy a few every weekend from the local market here (the lemons we get from the market produces more juice than the ones from the supermarket!) and squeeze them into a jar and keep in the fridge. This makes it so much easier to make drinks on a daily basis. It makes such a great pick-me-up drink without the excessive sugars and unknown ingredients you might get from store-bought drinks. Our favourites are: honey lemon, iced lemon tea and honey lemon tea. What's your favourite pick-me-up drink?
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--- REPOST --- ( #📷 @homelife_andmotherhood ) World Mental Health Day 🍂 Here you are Mama, in your newborn baby bubble, wondering why it isn’t as easy as everyone makes out. Wondering why your baby seems to cry all the time. Wondering if you’re doing something wrong. Suddenly the offers of help dwindle, the visitors come less often, and the “how are you doing?” texts start to fade. Friends you once saw all the time, become more distant. Busy with their lives, while your busy adjusting to your new one. Coming to terms with your new baby, and your new body. The stretch marks, the extra skin, the achy boobs. Is this normal? Then creeps in this thing called Mum Guilt. Why am I feeling so sad? Most people would jump at the chance to be a mother, to have a beautiful new baby. I love this baby with all my heart, but why am I so lonely? I’m longing for a moment to myself, to get my hair done, to have a bath in peace, yet torn from wanting to be with my baby. Will they be okay if I go out for a few hours? Will people judge me if my baby is with their grandparents overnight so I can get some sleep? Why is this so tough? Let me tell you Mama, all of those thoughts are NORMAL!!! And becoming a parent is a huge adjustment, and no one has it easy. Don’t sit in silence, reach out to friends, family, health visitors. Dammit, reach out to anyone. Have that bath, get your hair done, go out with friends. After having a baby women are at their most vulnerable, and anything that keeps you sane can only be a positive. And for any of you with friends or family with children, send the text, ask them how they are, how they REALLY are. Offer to help, long after the baby arrives. Because new parents often fear of being judged, so lets make sure they know, we are all in this gig together. The good, the bad, the ugly. ❤️
Motherhood is: forgetting all the difficulties when you give me those beautiful smiles. ☺️🤗
They're not little for long...
We love how creative we can get with pasta! We also love the variety of shapes and styles of pasta available. What's your favourite pasta dish?
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