Spending quality time as a couple, even making a baby together should be simple in such an ideal setting. Reality check! While holidays are about loved ones, somehow they don't leave much time for couples. The holidays tend to zap energy from almost every direction and can take a toll on your relationship with your partner.
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Your baby's first Christmas can be fun -- just relax and be prepared! Happy holidays!
Are there any "Black Friday" shoppers gearing up for the sales? Have you been pouring over the early release ads to make your game plan? Here are some tips from the trenches for this year!
Having a due date close to the holidays can mean pressure from healthcare providers or family for pregnant women to schedule their baby's birth -- with induction or planned cesarean. But research shows that scheduled deliveries can be dangerous to moms and babies.
Maternity Halloween costumes -- that bump opens a world of opportunity. From whimsical to historical re-enactment your imagination (and budget) is the only "confinement." Get started creating an unmatchable costume!
Halloween, the official beginning of the candy consumption season, has arrived. With candy universally available and regularly within sight of children, what is a parent to do? How can you win the candy wars?
The holidays are a wonderful time -- except when your kids are cranky, overtired, and over-stimulated. Then they are hell-a-days, not holidays. Divorced parents find that managing the holidays can be a huge challenge.
If you share holidays with your ex, you may be facing a holiday alone this season without your child. It can be difficult to be separated from your child, but you can get through the holiday with these guidelines:
It's too easy for the holidays to become a challenge, to see which parent can buy the most stuff, the best stuff, or the most expensive stuff. You and the other parent have to make sure this doesn't happen to you and your child.