Every milestone—from when your baby first holds up her sweet little head to when she speaks her first word—is thrilling. These moments aren’t just exciting and fun; they’re also markers that can clue you into your baby’s development.
The first week is crucial to successful breastfeeding. Below are some tips to help ensure success for you and baby.
To hit the baby-making bullseye, you’ve got to aim for certain sweet spots of fertility in your cycle. Here’s how to maximize your odds of conceiving throughout the month.
While friends don’t have to agree all the time, having different parenting philosophies can make it seem like you’re speaking totally different languages. It can be polarizing when you get along with someone well but your parenting styles clash. The two of you may start to think, “What are we going to talk about if […]
Myth #1: Menopause begins at 50 Menopause begins at 50…or at 42…or 36…or 61. The average woman begins menopause at 52, but you may start your transition anywhere from your 30’s to your 60’s. Menopause is technically defined as the absence of a menstruation for a period of one year. Women sometimes say they didn’t […]
Cesareans can be medically necessary, life-saving events for both mothers and babies and they can also be powerful, emotionally resonant experiences. These tips can help make your experience before, during, and after a C-section birth positive and fulfilling.
Pregnancy is a pretty wild experience – mentally, emotionally, and physically. But that shouldn’t come as a big surprise – you’ve got a little human growing inside you, after all.
Is your baby a junk food junkie? Here’s what a shocking new study reveals—and what you can do to protect your baby.
There’s a moment during pregnancy when being a parent goes from abstract idea to stone-cold fact. And it’s scary. Like clutch-my-heart-I’m-feeling-woozy scary.
Of course, the biggest reward of pregnancy will be your adorable new baby. But if you’re like many expectant moms, another huge perk is having your period go on an extended vacation.