Are you in the midst of choosing baby names? One that depicts your love of the fall season for a child you adore can be a great pick!
You envision your wee one snoozing peacefully in the carefully chosen crib with sweet stuffed animals watching from their perch on a nearby shelf. But what poison could be lurking in the air in your home?
You may have recently learned your baby has Down syndrome. At first you'll be consumed with medical considerations and finding out what your baby could face. Eventually, there's one more area that needs your attention. You and your partner need to come to terms with the fact that your baby has Down syndrome and figure out how to look beyond the diagnosis and see your child as a person.
After giving birth, your body will probably be larger than it was pre-pregnancy. However, you will and can bounce back. Combining a healthy diet with exercise can be your magic bullet to getting fit after baby arrives.
Before leaving the hospital, your baby will get some special tests. Newborn screening checks for certain harmful or potentially fatal disorders that aren't apparent at birth. With the blood test, hearing and heart screen, the doctor can tell if your baby has a condition that could eventually cause problems and can start early treatment.
How can you keep your baby cool and hydrated during a heat wave? We've asked moms and experts alike. Here's what they said.
Following some friend requests, and just aiming at sharing information in case someone finds it useful, I finally created a blog with ideas about maternity and children: games, baby science, useful purchases, travels..
Most babies who are exposed to group B strep end up okay and don't usually have any complications from the bacteria. However, a few do become very sick and can even die from it. Learn more and get empowered with the facts!
Pregnancy creates an ample bosom. Nursing increases or maintains your new assets. It also helps in battling post-baby weight gain. Besides these couple of reasons, why do moms choose to breastfeed? See what our top ten list says!
While fevers help fight off infections, it can make your baby feel miserable. What should you do when your baby has a fever? When should you call the doctor? Keeping reading to find out!