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Archive »Pregnancy

Back-To-School Stress Relief Tips for Moms

A survey of over 700 women at myGLOSS.com finds September’s Back to School rush to be as stressful as the holidays for today’s busy families.

Thoughts From a Pennsylvania Mother Expecting Twins

Don’t ask how I knew. I just did. My heart pounded in my chest for no apparent reason. I was nervous.

Stroller Strides Partners with March of Dimes

Prematurity is the leading killer of America's newborns. One in eight babies in the U.S. is born prematurely, and the number of premature births has been escalating over the past two years, according to statistics presented by the March of Dimes. Stroller Strides, the country's largest exercise program for new moms and their babies, is again partnering with the March of Dimes to raise awareness, and dollars, to focus attention on the serious health complications of preterm births.

Archive »Childbirth

All about epidurals

All about epidurals

Some women feel strongly about having a natural birth, while others look to make the experience as pain-free as possible, opting for some form of medication...

Infants and hearing

Shouldn’t newborns have perfect hearing? Not necessarily. Having a newborn’s hearing checked is important to their...

Hey! Can she do that here? Breastfeeding Laws

There are a few topics that are sure to ignite a lively discussion in any given group: religion, politics and breastfeeding. Healthcare experts tout the benefits of breastfeeding, but public opinion is sometimes critical of the idea...

Archive »Newborn

Breastfeeding tied to response to baby’s cry

A new study soon-to-be published in The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry finds that mothers who feed their babies breast milk exclusively as opposed to formula, are more likely to bond emotionally with their child during the first few months after delivery.

Saving with the BIGGEST little bundle of your life

There are two kinds of budgeting for a baby. One starts before conception and involves paying down debt and building a financial nest egg. The other starts seconds after you see that terrifyingly awesome “+” sign on the stick. My husband and I were followers of the latter budgeting plan...

Preparing a Child for a New Sibling

Parents spend a lot of energy on preparations and much of the family’s attention involves meeting the newborn’s basic needs. All this change can be hard for older siblings to handle.

 

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