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Infertility: Miscarriage, adoption, IVF, and twins, oh my!

 

by BabyCenter Guest Blogger posted in Mom Stories To recognize National Infertility Awareness Week, we bring you this post from Melissa of Okayest Mom. Have you struggled with infertility? I understand. Have you had miscarriages? I empathize. Have you wanted to run over the “Expectant Mother Parking” signs in parking lots? Me too. Have you... Read...

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Photo: Jennifer Garner just made the ultimate mom sacrifice

 

by Carolyn Robertson posted in Parenting Hot new Hollywood trend? Jennifer Garner was wearing a hard-to-miss accessory when she stepped out in Los Angeles last week. The Love, Simon actress' very long, striped scarf was a colorful addition to her workout wear, but seemed slightly out of place on a sunny spring day. Jennifer, who... Read...

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5 road trip essentials for traveling with an infant

 

by Ashleigh Evans posted in Parenting A few weeks ago, we took our first road trip as a family of 6. Yes, we took a 7-month-old on a 14-hour ROAD TRIP. Crazy? Yes! But we survived! When I was packing, I wasn't really sure what to bring. My baby Liam needs SO many items throughout... Read more »

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Taking your kid to work Thursday? Here's the worst that could happen

 

by Sara McGinnis posted in Parenting "Take your kid to work for the day," they say. "It'll be fun," they say. They never mention there'll be tears and tantrums sprinkled in with the learning experience. Nonetheless, ambitious parents all around the country are gearing up for Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Day --... Read more »

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Finally! A kids on a plane story with a happy ending

 

by Laura Falin posted in Parenting We just got back from spring break, and while I looked forward to the trip for months, I was apprehensive about the plane travel. I've read enough stories to worry that one of my kids might do something to get us all kicked off (or maybe my husband...? You never know.)... Read more »

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A lab analyzed three nursing moms' milk — here’s what it found

 

by Joyce Slaton posted in Products If you're breastfeeding or pumping, you may notice that the milk you put out changes from day to day: it may look creamier, or have different-colored tinges according to what you've eaten lately. But did you ever wonder if what's in the milk changes along with its looks? Or... Read more »

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Everything you need to know about Target's car seat trade-in

 

by Maggie Downs posted in Life I want to hit "pause" on my almost-4-year-old son for many reasons. I just love the stage where he is right now, so cuddly and funny and jokey. I already look back on his baby photos and wonder what happened to that little guy. And, oh my goodness, how... Read more »

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Postpartum swag your lady bits will love

 

by Betsy Shaw posted in Mom Stories If anyone had told me I'd be eternally grateful for the huge mesh panties and free bag of super duper absorbent maxi pads the hospital hands out after you have a baby, I wouldn't have believed them. But, believe me, I was. So happy, in fact, I wished... Read more »

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I didn’t know I’d miss my fertility until it was gone

 

by Whitney Barthel posted in Pregnancy It's typical to think of childless couples who have tried for many years to conceive when you consider infertility. But these couples aren't the only ones who feel the sting of infertility. When I hear the term secondary infertility I think of struggling to conceive a second child. Certainly... Read...

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ACOG: After birth, visit doctor sooner and more often

 

by Claudia Boyd-Barrett posted in Pregnancy Newly released guidelines for postpartum care recommend you see your doctor sooner and more often after giving birth than previously advised. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) issued the sweeping new guidelines Monday amid growing recognition of how important it is for women...

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Why Kate Middleton’s glam post-baby photos made me feel sorry for her

 

by Melissa Willets posted in Pregnancy A few years ago, I wrote a post entitled “In defense of looking awesome the day you give birth” in response to critics who said Kate Middleton appearing in public just hours after giving birth perfectly coiffed and pulled together was setting up unrealistic expectations for new moms. As... Read...

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Is TV feeding your kids junk-food ads?

 

by Claudia Boyd-Barrett posted in Parenting The television channels your child watches may be bombarding him with hundreds of commercials for unhealthy food, a new study suggests. Researchers studied a single TV network in Australia frequently watched by children. They calculated the number of food commercials that appeared over a one-year period,...

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Charlize Theron thanks her co-parenting partner -- her mother

 

by Sara McGinnis posted in Parenting By definition Charlize Theron is a single mom of two children, but in practice she's part of a co-parenting team that includes her own mother. "I knew that I would have to have my mom help me if I was going to do this as a single parent," the... Read more »

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I just had a baby, so stop asking when I’m going to have another

 

by Jamie Reed posted in Parenting It never fails. I’m out in public, minding my own business, when a stranger approaches me to comment on my baby boy. We go through the usual routine; he’s 4 months old, yes, he’s tall, no, I can’t tell what color his hair is going to be yet, etc.... Read more »

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I tried these 8 unconventional things to boost my fertility

 

by Becky Vieira posted in Pregnancy I got married three months before my 40th birthday. To say my husband and I wanted to get pregnant soon thereafter is an understatement. We wanted a baby and my proverbial biological clock was ticking quickly and loudly. This week is National Infertility Awareness Week (April 22-28, 2018). To... Read...

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Royal baby number 3 is finally here! Prince William & Kate Middleton welcome a boy

 

by Michelle Stein posted in Pregnancy The newest royal baby has arrived! A little prince. Prince William and Kate Middleton welcomed their third child on Monday — a little prince who weighed 8 pounds, 7 ounces, according to the Kensington Palace Twitter account. "Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a... Read...

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What people forget when they say, "Someday you'll miss this"

 

by Laura Falin posted in Parenting I heard it all the time when my children were little. Usually, it came from a well-meaning mom whose kids were older. She'd gaze wistfully at my chubby baby while we were in the grocery store, or out running errands, or at the library. And she'd say something like,... Read more »

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5 reasons having 3 kids is easier than 1

 

by Melissa Willets posted in Mom Stories Logic tells you having more kids would be harder than having less. But I'm here to tell anyone thinking of adding to their family that being a mom of three is actually easier than being a mom of one. Here's why: Built-in playmates! Right now my 3 kids... Read more »

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8 things to enjoy during your last weeks of pregnancy

 

by Melissa Willets posted in Pregnancy Okay, I'll admit it. Lately, I've been guilty of complaining, ahem, nonstop actually, about my third trimester aches and pains. "My back hurts. I can't take it anymore." "I'm exhausted. But I can't sleep for more than a few hours because I have to get up to pee!" "My... Read more »

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12 stirring movies to watch with your kids for Earth Day

 

by Laura Falin posted in Life As a mom, a Girl Scout leader, and a nature lover, I find Earth Day to be a good time to do a little reality check: Am I teaching my kids to take care of our environment? Am I teaching them to just get outside and appreciate it? I... Read more »

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Remembering First Lady Barbara Bush as a bereaved mother

 

by Tara Shafer posted in Parenting This weekend, Former-First Lady Barbara Bush was laid to rest at 92 years old. She will be remembered for many things, including an impressive record of public service on behalf of causes to better the lives of children including anti-poverty programs, family literacy, and much more. Barbara Bush was also... Read...

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Baby on the way for Rachel Weisz, 48, and Daniel Craig, 50

 

by Carolyn Robertson posted in Pregnancy Bond baby! Some happy news out of Hollywood as Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig have confirmed that they are expecting their first child together. The 48-year-old Oscar winner made the announcement during an interview with the New York Times this week, saying, “I’ll be showing soon. Daniel and I... Read...

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I had no idea some people really hated pacifiers so much

 

by Michelle Stein posted in Parenting In the world of parenting people have strong opinions: Breastmilk versus formula. SAHMs versus moms who work outside of the home. Bed sharing versus sleep-training. And don't even dare to utter the word "circumcision." Unless you want hurt feelings and a few choice words flying, it's probably best to... Read...

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