New parents see it all the time – Baby’s been fed and then he spits up what looks like half of the food he just ate. Spitting up, or gastroesophageal reflux, is a normal digestive process in infants. Some babies swallow a lot of air when feeding, which causes them to burp and some… Read more »
Pregnancy & Birth
For World Prematurity Month, you can help local doctors and researchers find answers to spontaneous premature births.
Info new parents should know from infant swim lessons, doulas, breastfeeding support. Plus, fun gear for on-the-go families.
You’re pregnant belly is starting to show and your clothes are becoming a little more snug. Here are some tips and tricks for your expanding size.
Whether you’re new to breastfeeding or not, you may run into some issues. We’ve got the answers!
Managing multiples, be it twins or more, can feel intimidating. But a strong support network can help with newborn care, household tasks and peace of mind.
Family and friends are a huge resource for new moms, but sometimes what you really need is expert input — enter postpartum doulas.
You’re headed back to work, leaving your breast-fed baby behind. Here are some tips to help you be successful with pumping at work.
There are all sorts of things expecting moms should know about when having a baby … like fun baby shower games, buying breastmilk online, traveling with baby and more.
Whether you want to soothe a fussy baby, take care of sore and aching muscles in your back, or relax your body and mind, a massage just might be the best prescription.