Your well-meaning relatives suggest a sticker chart. What they might neglect to tell you -- or might be shocked to discover themselves -- is that rewards can backfire some children.
The items on your baby registry let friends and family -- especially those living far away -- which baby gear fits your lifestyle. Head off and build it, with our Pregnancy.org member's essential baby gear list.
Whether you're currently pregnant or planning a pregnancy after a preemie, knowing about preterm labor can keep your baby cooking and offer the best chance for a healthy beginning.
Whip up a batch of classic chocolate crepes and customize with your sweetie's favorite fillings -- a combination of nuts, fruit, and sauces.
Chocolate! You love it and try to resist. Should you? We have good news. Recent research reveals that we can and should enjoy chocolate and its health benefits.
As your baby approaches her first birthday, she will increasingly use her eyes to send you messages and to check in with you to ensure that her messages are being received.
We've put together a list of unspeakable, but common pregnancy side effects so you can know what to expect when you're expecting!
First thing in the morning you greet your child with a hug and say, "Good night! Pull up a chair and have some pizza!" Have the demands of parenting pushed you over the edge? We don't think so!
Is cheesy pizza one of your weaknesses? Here's a recipe to satisfy that need for chewy, gooey and tomato-y without sabotaging your health or triggering guilt!
Have you decided which birthing options will be best for your family? While many moms decide to give birth in hospitals, others seek out alternatives that fit their lifestyles.