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What did Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo name baby #2?

 

by Carolyn Robertson posted in Pregnancy Congratulations to Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo! The Maroon 5 crooner and his supermodel wife have joined the “two under two” club after welcoming their second daughter. The new baby joins big sister Dusty Rose, 16 months - whose unusual name is thanks to Adam and Behati’s famous friend...

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7 postpartum realities you can't warn new moms enough about

 

by Becky Vieira posted in Pregnancy Before I gave birth my biggest concerns were what would happen in the delivery room and how to keep my son alive once we got home. I also worried about sleep deprivation, but reassured myself that in a pinch I could sell my husband's car to pay for a... Read more »

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Meet the mom with two vaginas, two uteri, and yes -- two periods a month

 

by Sara McGinnis posted in Parenting Having the condition uterus didelphys means a doubling of many of the experiences most women go through, because having two vaginas, two cervixes, and two uteruses presents twice the amount of possibilities. Reddit user Pout_scout recently opened up about her unusual anatomy in a casual question and answer...

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My relationship with my newborn is one big contradiction

 

by Jamie Reed posted in Parenting The newborn struggle is real: You’re exhausted and energized. Miserable and happier than you’ve ever been. In my 35 years on earth I don’t think I’ve experienced a more complex or contradictory relationship than the one I have with my newborn baby. Such a precious, sweet and perfect little... Read more »

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9 presidential baby names for your future leader

 

by Betsy Shaw posted in Pregnancy When a baby is born, as adorable and perfect as they are in that very moment, our imaginations can't help but run wild with visions of who they might be one day. This looking to the future plays a huge part in what we name our children. We want... Read more »

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When I gave birth, I didn't know I'd become everyone's mother

 

by Laura Falin posted in Parenting I expected the all-encompassing love I feel for my kids. Sure, no one can fully prepare you for it, but I knew it was coming. I expected the-mama bear primal reaction I'd have to anything that seemed like a threat to my kids. I expected that I'd cry when... Read more »

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What one IVF mom's rainbow baby photo doesn't show

 

by Melissa Willets posted in Pregnancy Some of you have followed along with me on my IVF journey, after a life-changing pregnancy loss. Some of you also know I'm currently pregnant with a rainbow baby. I've walked in the footsteps of another IVF mom from Overland Park, Kansas named Lesleigh Cetinguc. So I was deeply moved by a profoundly-emotional...

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This is what it looks like to potty train a 5-week-old baby

 

by Sara McGinnis posted in Mom Stories Even if you've heard of elimination communication (EC),  I'm guessing you, like me, might have a hard time picturing just how someone might go about potty training their infant. Thankfully, Amber Hatch, a mom of two and author, was willing to help us understand with photos of her... Read more »

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Dear husband, I'm at the stage of pregnancy where I hate you

 

by Melissa Willets posted in Pregnancy Dear husband formerly known as someone I want to be within 10 feet of, We’ve been here before, haven't we? So, you aren’t exactly surprised that as I wrap up my second trimester, I’m at the stage of pregnancy, where I’m starting to hate you. Blame it on hormones,... Read more »

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7 signs you definitely have a high-needs baby

 

by Michelle Stein posted in Mom Stories Having a high-needs baby affects pretty much every aspect of my life, but I don't really think about it until I encounter a "normal" baby. Like today. I took my older daughter to her gymnastics class this morning. One of the other moms there had a baby with her. For... Read more »

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Yes, it's possible for a transgender woman to breastfeed

 

by Michelle Stein posted in Parenting To me, the ability to produce food that's perfectly tailored to an infant's nutritional needs is endlessly fascinating — the mechanics behind it, that is. Did you know that adoptive mothers can induce lactation? Yep. Even cooler? Lactation can be induced in transgender women. And the first-ever case to be......

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Spread the love: Join us for 14 Acts of Kindness!

 

by BabyCenter Staff posted in Parenting Today is National Random Acts of Kindness Day. The team here at BabyCenter invites you to come along as we celebrate all acts of kindness. This year, we're kicking it up a notch and making it a two-week kindness party. Clearly, we should all practice kindness every single day, but... Read more »

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Making an Olympic baby? 7 super inspiring baby names from the 2018 Games

 

by Carolyn Robertson posted in Pregnancy Is anyone else out there living and breathing the Winter Olympics these days? It's hard not to get swept up in the excitement of it all. While the jaw-dropping displays of athleticism are enough to get many hooked, for me and my sentimental heart it's all about the emotional... Read more »

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Here’s why using a public restroom with kids is worse than being in actual hell

 

by Becky Vieira posted in Parenting I hate using public restrooms with my child. Loathe it. So much that I find myself not drinking beverages while I’m out to decrease the likelihood that it will happen. Yes, I intentionally dehydrate myself to avoid it. It’s just that awful. Sure, there are exceptions. Two of them... Read more »

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What you need to know about the flu this season

 

by Claudia Boyd-Barrett posted in Parenting It's hard not to feel anxious about this season's flu virus given the reports of widespread flu-related hospitalizations and deaths. While there is no 100 percent-effective way to avoid the flu, a little knowledge can go a long way in protecting your family's health and safeguarding little ones from......

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An emotional goodbye to my maternity clothes

 

by Maggie Downs posted in Life I’ve never had a problem with purging my closet and giving clothes away. Then came the maternity clothes. I didn’t buy a lot of maternity garb, but the pieces I had were versatile — a soft yellow tee; an array of maxi skirts; a mottled black, white and gray dress;... Read more »

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No one was stepped on, no one cried: My third father-daughter dance

 

by Charlie Brooks posted in Parenting Two years ago, I took my daughter to our first father-daughter dance. It went well, although I admittedly have low standards. Since I didn't make her cry or step on somebody else's child, I considered it a rousing success. We're now three years into this event, and some things... Read more »

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Magna-Tiles vs. Magformers: A magnetic tile throwdown

 

by Sabrina Garibian posted in Products & Prizes Magnetic tiles and magnetic building blocks are one of my favorite toys out there. They are fun for all ages and provided several added dimensions to the classic block building activity. They are typically translucent magnetic tiles that you can use to build 3D structures, although there... Read...

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Teach your toddler these 10 words and your life will be easier

 

by Deidra Romero posted in Mom Stories We've all said it a million, ka-jillion times: "Use your words!" There's something magical that happens when we put language to circumstances and events. Suddenly we are able to label things, and this helps our brains evaluate and store information, creating mental schemas for the world around us.... Read...

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Baby cries every time you sit down? Science says there's a reason for that

 

by Sara McGinnis posted in Parenting You already know your baby cries less when you're up and walking, but do you know why? It turns out they're not just being temperamental -- they're trying not to get attacked by predators. Imagine, for a moment you're a helpless infant a few hundred or thousand years ago.... Read more »

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After 1,000 submissions, these birth photos won a worldwide contest

 

by Melissa Willets posted in Pregnancy Nearly 1,000 birth photos from Uganda to Australia to Canada to Florida flooded into the 2018 Birth Becomes Her Birth Photography Contest. The images captured labor and birth in homes, hospitals, and birth centers. They documented the pain, glory and miracle of birth. Judges from around the world and over...

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7 things you can do to help your autistic or sensory kid in the car

 

by Joyce Slaton posted in Products Car trips are tough on some kids -- and parents. Maybe the motion makes your child carsick, or they can't handle the feeling of the tight harness, or they panic when they can't move around. Whatever the reason, if you have a baby or child who reacts badly to... Read more »

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How Sproutling helped our daughter stay asleep

 

by Kelly Wilbanks posted in Products It was three in the morning and I was researching ways to get my baby to sleep. Sound familiar? My youngest daughter just doesn't like to sleep, at all. In desperation, I scrolled through the interwebs in the wee hours looking for anything promising. That's when I came across the Sproutling Wearable... Read...

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