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Need more milk? Try some lactation cookies

 

by Denise Cortes posted in Mom Stories I really struggled with breastfeeding as a young mother. It had nothing to do with doing it right or being uncomfortable with the idea of breastfeeding. I suffered from a low milk supply, plain and simple. I tried a variety of things -- pumping, extra nursing, fenugreek, brewer's... Read more »

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Photos: See how a family of 7 lives full-time in a 208-square-foot RV

 

by Melissa Willets posted in Parenting Meet writer, stay-at-home mom to five children ages 11 and under, homeschooler, and self-described "peace loving hippie" Melissa, otherwise known as the Hippie Sweetheart. Along with her husband and kids, she's been living on the road in since 2016, in a 208-square-foot Jayco Jayflight Bunkhouse Model RV. How...

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6 tips for transitioning to a sippy cup

 

by Tabitha Blue posted in Parenting It's the quintessential dilemma of motherhood. The "firsts" (first steps, first words, first teeth) are so exciting, and yet as we snap photos and share them with anyone and everyone on social media, we wish the hands of time could stand still, even for a few moments. We love... Read more »

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Coats and car seats: The deadly mistake parents make (video)

 

by Joyce Slaton posted in Products & Prizes It's cold out there, and getting colder, so parents in frosty areas are bundling their kids up -- safely, they think. But if you're strapping your child into her car seat in a winter coat, a puffy snowsuit or other warm clothing with a lot of "fluff,"... Read more »

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These 10 Toy of the Year finalists just made holiday gifting a whole lot easier

 

by Laura Falin posted in Life It's the Oscars of the toy industry, everyone! The 2018 Toy of the Year Award finalists have been announced (you can vote for the winning toy here - the results will be announced in February 2018). The finalists were reviewed and ranked by 20 expert judges (for the record, I would... Read more »

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I caught my child doing this, now I need to burn my face off

 

by Whitney Barthel posted in Parenting My 3-year-old, George, is a pretty vain little guy. He likes to be told he “looks like a million bucks” and spends a lot of time in the bathroom combing his hair and making faces. So, when he started spending prolonged periods of time in the bathroom after he... Read more »

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Hold up. Hospital door decorations are a thing?

 

by Sara McGinnis posted in Pregnancy Here's something to consider adding to your hospital bag packing list: door decor. Though I've never personally seen a hospital door decorated in pink or blue (or any other theme at all, actually), a growing trend is to share the joy of your newborn's arrival with hallway passersby. Hospital... Read...

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My IVF journey part 1: Saying yes to help getting pregnant

 

by Melissa Willets posted in Pregnancy Over the next 11 weeks, we invite you to come along on an IVF journey, step, by intense step. From making the decision to go forward with in-vitro fertilization, to the meds involved and what they're really like, to finding out whether this emotional and sometimes painful roller coaster ride has... Read...

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1960s moms drove home from the hospital with their babies in their arms

 

by Betsy Shaw posted in Parenting When my mother was much younger, she once looked over the shoulder of her general practitioner and saw this written on her file: "Joan is a pleasant housewife who lives in her own home with her husband." Today that housewife is 93. She still lives in her own home,... Read more »

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10 reasons why being a first-time mom is just so freaking hard

 

by Deidra Romero posted in Parenting I really had no idea what how hard being a first-time mom would be. I knew the lack of sleep would be hard, but I was incredibly unprepared for the severity of it. I mean, I didn't even go to a single child birthing or baby care class. I... Read more »

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Dining out with toddlers is masochistic hell

 

by Becky Vieira posted in Parenting I love my child. And I love dining out. But if I'm being really honest here, I have to say the two go together about as well as a plate of Oreos and tall glass of minty mouthwash. Most days I'd rather get a bikini wax with tweezers instead of taking my toddler... Read more »

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How this mom responded to her son's wall doodle will make you LOL

 

by Michelle Stein posted in Parenting Parenting isn't for the faint of heart. It's messy. It's loud and disgusting. Not to mention it's exhausting. And sometimes, the only thing that gets us through the day is having a sense of humor about our kids' shenanigans. Eric Massicotte, a neurosurgeon from Toronto, recently shared photo evidence of......

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Beekeeper whose maternity shoot went viral reveals her baby was stillborn

 

by Michelle Stein posted in Pregnancy Chances are, you remember Emily Mueller -- the beekeeper mom whose maternity photo shoot of her baby bump covered in a swarm of honeybees went viral in August. I mean, this image is kind of hard to forget. But these shocking photos had a bittersweet story behind them. “When we decided to... Read...

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30+ kid stocking stuffers that are absolutely awesome

 

by Sabrina Garibian posted in Products Stocking stuffers should be practical and fun and absolutely awesome. I don't know about you, but I'm tired of junky stocking stuffers and birthday party favors that clutter up my house and end up in the trash in about 42 seconds. Christmas is small in my house, and we... Read more »

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Easy date night at home ideas for busy parents

 

by Ashleigh Evans posted in Parenting With 4 kids, date nights are basically non-existent. As much as we always say we're going to try to do one at least once a month, our busy schedule gets in the way. Lately we've been enjoying some fun date nights IN. Staying home saves money on both food... Read more »

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14 lessons I've learned from being a preemie mom

 

by BabyCenter Guest Blogger posted in Mom Stories By Kaleena Berryman The day that I became a preemie mom, I became a different person. One Monday, I was a mom-to-be, just beginning to “show,” and by Friday my son was out and I was empty. My pregnancy ended 16 weeks early, and I had no... Read more »

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Delay after miscarriage may not be necessary

 

by Claudia Boyd-Barrett posted in Pregnancy You don't have to wait after a miscarriage to try getting pregnant again, a new study suggests. Doctors often advise waiting a few weeks or months to conceive following a pregnancy loss. The World Health Organization recommends a six-month delay. But the most recent findings published in Obstetrics...

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Coco: A must-see movie with heart, humor, and "aha" moments

 

by Melissa Willets posted in Life It was a frantic Tuesday night. I'd just fought traffic for two hours to get to New York City for a screening of Coco, the new Disney Pixar film I'd been invited to attend, lucky me, on behalf of BabyCenter. The kids were whining and exhausted after a full day... Read more »

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Breastfeeding was so uncomfortable I thought I was going to have to stop

 

by Brandi Riley posted in Products Breastfeeding is the one mama task that came easily to me when I had my first child. My now 8-year-old daughter latched on easily, the milk came freely, and it was all good in the nursing hood. Feeding my new baby boy has been a different story. I've dealt... Read more »

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11 board games that'll crack everybody up for family game night

 

by Joyce Slaton posted in Products The best way to prevent your family members from retreating into separate rooms with separate screens the moment dinner is over? Play a game together. Games are a great thing to do with your kids for one reason: There's absolutely no practical point of doing so. It's purely, sheerly,... Read more »

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Obesity tied to larger-than-average babies

 

by Claudia Boyd-Barrett posted in Pregnancy Sticking to a healthy weight during pregnancy may help prevent your baby from getting unusually large prior to delivery, a condition that can lead to labor complications, a new federal study confirms. Researchers with the National Institutes of Health analyzed ultrasound scans of more than 2,800 pregnant...

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This year I'm going to make a do-less holiday plan even if it kills me

 

by Kelly Wilbanks posted in Parenting The aging pumpkins on our porch fill me with dread and excitement. The holiday season is approaching. How did this happen? One minute I was watching this summer's eclipse and the next we're gearing up for Black Friday and all that it entails. If need to step back now and think... Read more »

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What's your ultimate push present fantasy? Moms-to-be weigh in

 

by Michelle Stein posted in Pregnancy Push presents are one of those things: You love 'em or you hate 'em. Some women simply scoff at the idea. Others insist "The baby is the only present I need." Still others are all like "Heck yes, you better be getting me diamonds!" The real question is: Does a... Read more »

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