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Baby’s First Month: What Do You Really Need?
In the weeks before I had my oldest child, I had a handful of fairly important things on my to do list I didn’t get to because my husband had the brilliant idea of labeling and indexing all the baby clothes and entering them into a spreadsheet to make them searchable. Guess how useful that…
Ways to Stay Hydrated While Pregnant And Nursing
Water, water, water. You always hear how important it is to drink water during your pregnancy and after your pregnancy. Here’s what is suggested to keep you properly hydrated: IF YOU ARE… Pregnant: Aim for eight 8-ounce glasses per day (64 fluid ounces) of fluid, plus one 8-ounce cup for each hour of light activity….
How To Ease the Discomfort That Occurs After Child Birth
In addition to taking care of that new, sweet baby of yours, you need to make sure to take care of yourself and cope with the recovery and discomfort that comes after child birth. Here are some tips to help make those aches and pains that come with postpartum recovery a little bit more bearable….
I’m That Mom Who Has That Baby
Will you hate me if I tell you my 9-week old is sleeping through the night? I won’t blame you if you do. I do realize this is a small miracle. My other babies never slept through the night the first year of their lives either. (Heck, my 2.5 year old still doesn’t!) And, I…
Important Safety Knowledge to Gain Before Baby Arrives
Imagine this moms and dads: You’re sitting down to a yummy dinner with your baby when all of a sudden he/she begins to choke. What are you going to do? Are you going to be the kind of parent who panics because you have no idea how to perform the Heimlich Maneuver, let alone…
What Things Should I Expect—or Be Concerned About—From My Baby?
As a parent, it’s normal to worry. In fact, most seasoned parents will tell you that worry is a constant in parenthood, and you’ll worry in one way or another about your child, even when he or she is an adult and no longer living under your roof. We’re giving you tips today to…
Labor concerns and birth plans – Angie’s Pregnancy Guide Week 26
This week I’ve been thinking about my delivery a lot because I still haven’t decided on which hospital to use. Since I’m new to the area I’ve got a lot of research to do. But I decided I should probably decide what I want out of the delivery (besides the baby, obviously) and choose my…
Total-body workout that you can do with your baby!
“Have a baby,” they said. “Your body will go back to normal,” they said. You may think it’s difficult to find the time or energy to work out when you have a lil’ baby hanging around, but on the contrary – babies make it EASIER to keep your body healthy! They’re all the equipment…
Creative Ways To Commemorate Your Pregnancy
Believe it or not, remembering the details of your pregnancy is a lot harder than you might think. Most would believe that taking 9 months out of your life to grow a baby would be quite memorable, and to a degree it really is, but at the same time it can be so quickly forgotten…
What I Learned With a Newborn
(My newborn on her first day home.) Awe, the bliss of coming home with a newborn baby. No more hospital smell. No more being interrupted every 15 minutes to get a blood pressure reading or to take the baby back to the nursery for a check-up. YOU’RE FINALLY HOME! You can sleep in your own…