To clarify, today you have about 65 pages indexed, but might only have 7 in the main
index with the rest in the supplemental index. If you search for "Google supplemental index" you will find an overwhelming flood of chatter on that. Some webmasters say their supplemental pages do not get any traffic, others are saying they do. With low PageRank there is a limit to how many pages Google keeps in the main index. Something is changing radically this month; it is hard to say right now which way it will go for you. Anyway, getting relevant backlinks won't hurt the situation.
Check the date on SEO advice before you take it seriously, because last year's strategy won't apply anymore. This is very rapidly in flux. Do go ahead and read up on this, but do not be overly concerned about supplemental. Wait and see later in September. Focus on things that are in your control.
For a new site, slow traffic is normal
. Getting backlinks gradually is normal. If you suddenly appeared with a new site and got thousands of links right away, that would look bad.
Stop submitting to search engines.
Instead put that effort into contacting clubs for new mothers, mothers of twins clubs, La Leche League, day care providers, etc.
Search engine bots will find you via links, if they haven't already. Check your log by going in CPanel > stats > last visitors. There may be quite a lag between their visits and when indexing shows up, unless you have a news site.
About your page title, description, and keywords. These must each be relevant to the individual page, and as unique as possible. Search engines don't want duplicate content.
I'm looking at your titles in Google. This is a high priority to fix. Looks you may have since changed them, but the new ones haven't been indexed yet. The home page, resources, about, and coping all duplicate the same title and description. The "causes" page still has "template" for its title, but looks like that one is now a duplicate, too.
In Dreamweaver, you have been looking at design view. Open one of these pages and look for buttons up toward the left that say Code, Split, Design. Click on code view. Near the top, look for your title tag and change only the part between the tags.
To me, changing the code of the individual page is the easy, quick way, others may be able to tell you how to use templates. I don't think the page title should be part of a template, eh?
Make each title relevant only to that page, and be specific. Don't mess too long with it. Get it uploaded today. You will still be able to adjust them later on, too (but don't do that too often).
Change descriptions and the keywords in code view by replacing the text between the quote marks. There is a more complicated way to do this involving a dialog box in DW somewhere.
You put a lot of effort into your meta keywords, but it is not that easy to manipulate search engines, and they haven't trusted that for quite a long while. You might have gotten some old advice about keywords. You probably did not intend to spam, but that is what the SE will assume. "Online, constant, high, block" are words that won't help. "The" and "On" are not keywords.
Delete all but a handful of the most important keywords.
Only include keywords that appear on that particular page.
Do not spend much time on meta keywords.
Take it one thing at a time. Pat yourself on the back for progress.