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  • Symptoms of Pregnancy: Top 10 Signs of Pregnancy

    Symptoms of Pregnancy: Top 10 Signs of Pregnancy

    Symptoms of pregnancy vary from woman to woman, but there are some symptoms that could be considered the top 10 signs of pregnancy. You probably feel awful and that burger that looked really awesome a few days ago now makes your stomach churn in disgust. Maybe the

  • What Happens During the Fourth Month of Pregnancy?

    What Happens During the Fourth Month of Pregnancy?

    Welcome officially to your second trimester! The fourth month of pregnancy is one in which you feel a sense of renewal, and a decrease in some previous pregnancy symptoms. Soon you will notice that your energy has returned, and your appetite will begin to come back as your morning sickness subsides. Let’s take a look

  • Adoption Myths

    Adoption Myths

    When considering placing your child for adoption you will need to address the following seven common myths about adoption that birth mothers struggle with. Replacing the myths with correct information will help you decide what is best for you and your child. Myth 1: Birth mothers should not consider adoption because people will think that

  • Three Powerful Phrases Kids Need To Hear Daily

    Three Powerful Phrases Kids Need To Hear Daily

    A few years ago I was speaking to a group of high school students at my house. In the middle of my time with them, my wife and kids got back home, so I went through each one of them to introduce them to the students. I started with my oldest and worked down to

  • Parenting the Toddler Years

    Parenting the Toddler Years

    Remnants of lunch smeared across her pants, she totes a toddler on one hip and a diaper bag big enough for a family of 12. She can’t remember the last time she slept through the night or went to the bathroom by herself. “No” is her new middle name and an empty coffee cup is

  • Postpartum Depression

    Whether you’re becoming a mom for the first time or the fourth, the days and weeks immediately following your baby’s birth can be as overwhelming as they are joyful and exciting. Many women experience major mood shifts after childbirth, ranging from brief, mild baby blues to the longer-lasting, deeper clinical depression known as postpartum depression.

  • Breastfeeding: Getting started

    How to start breastfeeding The first time you hold your newborn in the delivery room is a great time to start breastfeeding. At the beginning, your body will produce small amounts of a special milk called colostrum that will help protect your baby from infection. (Your baby’s tummy is very tiny, so she only needs

  • 3 First Foods That Your Baby Needs and Your Doctor Won’t Mention

    3 First Foods That Your Baby Needs and Your Doctor Won’t Mention

    When it comes to first foods, mainstream advice is to feed your baby rice cereal. There are various reasons why this is a bad idea, starting with the fact that babies do not have sufficient amounts of the proper enzyme, called amylase, needed to break down grains in their tummies. While infants do produce salivary

  • Au Natural: Nine Ways to Manage Labor Without Drugs

    Au Natural: Nine Ways to Manage Labor Without Drugs

    From having a baby in water to using acupuncture, here are nine methods, philosophies, and professions to help you give birth on your own terms. Know Your Birthing Options To watch most baby-bearing American movies and television shows, you’d think that giving birth means being in a hospital, strapped to a monitor, drugged and flat

  • Healthy pregnancy snacking when you’re on the go

    Choosing what to eat at work or on the go can add an extra challenge to selecting the best nutrient-dense choices while you’re pregnant. The snacks you eat throughout the day really do matter. In fact, snacks can make up as much as 25% of your total calories for the day. With easy planning, you