A large part of the recent initiative from pro-life groups founded by women is to make pregnancy, giving birth, and raising children as comfortable and lifestyle-friendly as possible. This initiative requires tackling the basics needs of new moms. The most noted need on that list?
You’ve guessed it… money.
Thanks to small armies of stay-at-home-moms and women in the blogosphere, there is now a hefty selection of resources ranging from how to make your own laundry detergent to tailored information on seeking a raise for mothers in the workforce.
Feminists For Life unveiled its newest, and largest ever, magazine entitled ‘Raising Kids on a Shoestring’, a pro-active publication designed to give pregnant and new parents more economic freedom by providing them with money-saving and earning tools, while The Globe and Mail is offering maternity clothes shopping advice in its investment blogs.
Though every blogger and columnist may not consider themselves pro-life, they’re all part of a community serving new and soon-to-be parents, and this, in effect, helps to alleviate some of the economic factors associated with abortion by spreading the wealth of money-saving information. As a parent myself, who lives a long distance from the typical support group of family and friends, I welcome this make-shift community of penny pinchers with open arms.
Help save a dollar, help save a life.by