When you think of the amazing mental life of your developing baby, a wave of panic might wash over you. Are you doing everything you could to increase brain power? Maybe. Science found these four things aid your baby bean's brain development in utero.
Whether you're sending a sack lunch to school each morning or calling your child to the kitchen table at noon, you can turn that boring sandwich into a fun, tantalizing treat!
Your afternoon slump arrives and your child's slouching on the couch. Is it time to have a cup of coffee and an energy drink? That's probably not your best alternative. Reach for energy-boosting snacks instead. These foods leave you with a true blast of energy that will last and keep you active all day.
A baby rolls a couple feet off the couch or falls from a chair and the injuries are mild. In rare cases, head trauma can directly injure or cause bleeding around the brain. When your baby hits their head, you can ask these two questions to help you decide the risk of serious complications.
When people think about teaching their children about money they think it is about money, saving and investing. But really it is about responsibility and freedom.
Whew! It's wonderful to feel good! Now that you're past the first weeks, you probably feel better and have more energy. Have you decided how to spend it? Along with fixing up the nursery and buying a car seat, add "taking care of yourself" to your pregnancy to-do list.
August might signal back to school but it doesn't have to mean the end of family fun. You can "vacation" in your backyard, explore your community or head out for a weekend adventure.
Infertility takes a toll on you physically, emotionally, financially and sometimes spiritually. You've got a lot of stress ruling your sex life. Between the medical interventions and hormones, your libido may have bottomed out. Can sex during infertility be sexy?
Are you ready to head out into the wilderness? Our guide to camping while pregnant can help make your trip safer and more comfortable.
In the first week of August, 2012, eight children in the United States died from heatstroke in hot cars. Who would leave their child in the car? About half the time, it's an otherwise attentive and loving parent who simply forgot. Learn how you can avoid this tragedy.