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The start of this story happens one day when my friend Matt was over to our house shooting hoops in the driveway. My mother had just pulled her car into the garage interrupting our game of horse. Matt had never tried to hide the fact that he flirts with my mom whenever she is around and today is no different.

"Well she said with the company she works for cutting back she had to let some of her office staff goes. She is really tired and stressed when she gets home, combined with my dad's snoring she has been complaining she is not getting enough sleep at night." I explained to him.

Dinner was uneventful; mom was tired and did not feel much like talking, so offered to do the dishes for her so she could rest. Dad got home late and then announced that he was going to Chicago for a weekend meeting to try and close a huge contract with another company.

I took all of the dirty dishes out to kitchen, my mother packed my dad's bag and he got all of his files and his laptop together. She then changed for bed and took one of her pills, the next morning dad was up first, and I heard him grumbling at four in the morning going down the stairs with his bags. His taxi got there a half an hour after that to pick him up, a few hours later my mother and I were up getting ready for work and school.

An hour had passed and finally Matt got up and he crept down the hall way to the bathroom. He opened the medicine cabinet and pulled out the prescription bottle and counted the pills. Then with a smile on his face he came back into my room and sat down.

Hesitantly I reached down and ran my hand over her left breast, enjoying how soft her skin felt. I took her nipple and pinched it while marveling at how hard it was, then I gave the breast a gentle squeeze, he was right very firm. I continued to alternate playing with her tits, while Matt ran his hand down to her pajamas bottom.

The next morning Matt told me he was going to be late coming home with me today, when he finally did arrive he showed me what he had. Inside a brown paper bag was a box of condoms, was he thinking we could actually climb on the bed and fuck my mother.

An hour later she got up to go to bed, she kissed Matt on the forehead and then she gave me one on the cheek. She left the two of alone downstairs to watch television; we waited a couple of hours and Matt left to go to the bathroom upstairs. No doubt he was going to check and see if she took a sleeping pill.

I went down the hall to see Matt standing over my sleeping mother, he was naked, a condom on his hard cock. She was wearing a short silk night shirt tonight, he was playing with her tits, and I could see her hard nipples through the shirt. He slowly pulled the blanket down off of her to reveal her legs which he now slightly spread; mom did not have any panties on.

She must have been dreaming of my dad, thinking he was there in bed with her; I pushed myself back into her and moved my body up on top of her. I pushed her shirt up enough to where I could suck on her nipples as I fucked her. I pounded my cock into her as hard as I could, my mother was grunting with each of my thrusts.

Matt came back in with a can of air freshener and he sprayed it around is small quick spurts. I understood what he was doing, he did not want my mother waking up and finding the bedroom smelling like sex.

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In an instant, I went from dancing on tabletops with a rose in my teeth (yes, to my eternal chagrin, I actually did that) to staggering around half asleep, stirring macaroni and cheese on the stove with one hand while using the other to hold an icepack on the head of a kid who wondered what it would be like to run into the wall with all his might, while nudging the dog away with my foot.

I would stay up all night with a projectile vomiting child, wait for the baby sitter while getting dressed, go to work and try to focus enough to earn my paycheck, and spend my lunch hour grocery shopping and putting perishables in the cooler in my trunk.

I was the mother who dumped the kids without ever completely stopping the car, in order to rush back home, hoping I had a few hours before the hostess called to ask me if I was ever going to collect my children.

Sleep deprivation, stress, hormonal fluctuations and feeling overwhelmed are things that all new moms go through. This is normal. However, it is not normal to feel unable to cope or to have answered yes to any of the questions above. If this is the case, reach out right away and let your health care provider know how you are feeling. Online resources are not designed to take the place of a talk with your health care provider, but can be a good place for information and support. Postpartum Depression support is also available.

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Take co-sleeping. While the American Academy of Pediatrics still maintains that bed-sharing is not safe for young infants, and that it puts babies at risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), we found that it worked for us. In fact, there is some research that suggests that co-sleeping can actually be protective against SIDS, if all the risks are eliminated, such as the child getting caught in bedding. It also seems that co-sleeping mothers get more sleep than mothers whose babies sleep in a crib, according to a 2004 study from East Tennessee State University.

Malaria is an infectious disease found in many parts of the world with warmer weather, especially in tropical and subtropical areas like sub-Saharan Africa, New Guinea, South Asia, Central and South America.

People can develop malaria from being bitten by a mosquito that was infected with malaria parasites (Plasmodium). Less commonly, malaria infection can come from blood transfusions, organ transplants, or the shared use of needles or syringes contaminated with infected blood. A person who is pregnant and has malaria may also pass malaria to the baby before or during delivery.

Malaria is not passed through casual contact because it is found only in blood. You cannot get malaria from holding hands or sitting next to someone with malaria. It is not passed through sexual contact, and it is not passed like the common cold or flu through coughing or sneezing.

Symptoms of malaria can range from mild to severe. Most people with malaria have fever and flu-like illness with chills, headache, muscle soreness, and extreme tiredness (fatigue). Some people may also have nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, anemia (low red blood cell count), or jaundice (yellowing of the skin and eyes). More rarely, malaria infection may lead to kidney failure, seizures, confusion, coma, or death. Malaria symptoms usually develop between 7 to 30 days after infection but can happen up to one year after exposure.

Since no method of malaria prevention works completely, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend that people who are pregnant not travel to areas where malaria is found. If it is not possible to avoid travel, ways to help prevent malaria infection include properly using insect repellent (see the MotherToBaby fact sheet on DEET: -sheets/deet-nn-ethyl-m-toluamide-pregnancy/ and Insect Repellents: -sheets/insect-repellents/), sleeping in mosquito-free areas, wearing long sleeves and pants, and taking medication to prevent infection before, during, and after travel. The risks associated with malaria infection are likely a greater threat to people who are pregnant and the developing baby than any risks associated with medication used for prevention. If you have questions about a specific medication, talk with your healthcare provider or a MotherToBaby specialist.

In October 2021, the World Health Organization (WHO) formally recommended the RTS,S malaria vaccine for broader use among children in sub-Saharan Africa and in other regions with moderate to high malaria transmission. This is the first time ever that a vaccine has been recommended to fight malaria. There are no data about the safety of this vaccine during pregnancy. Talk to your healthcare provider if you are traveling to regions where malaria is regularly found (endemic).

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