Decide before hand how you want to have your baby, then arm yourself with the knowledge you need.
All you need to know to make a successful transition from work to home and back again…
Nurturing Help for Your Family: Whether you’re expecting your first or third baby, every mom benefits from postpartum care.
Concerned for your baby’s health, your doctor may put you on bedrest. This may sound wonderful at first …
Your tiny newborn needs a name, and you have to choose the perfect one. What’s a parent to do?
A century ago, almost all women gave birth at home with a midwife. As medical advances became readily available, obstetricians replaced midwives and the majority of births in America moved to hospitals.
You have a new addition in your family. Congratulations! Now if only you could stop worrying about every little thing … but at least you’re not alone. All new parents have concerns – here are some of the most common ones.
Gone are the days when doctors held newly born infants by their heels and gave them a good smack on the behind.
10 things you need to know about your baby’s umbilical cord.
Nausea! Swollen ankles! Heartburn! Oh, and all the tests! While there are plenty of concerns that accompany each pregnancy, remember: This is an amazing time in your life. Enjoy it.