We’ve all heard the statements “breastfeeding is beautiful” and “babies are born to breastfeed,” but for many new moms, breastfeeding is not beautiful but rather exhausting, emotional, frustrating and even lonely. I have breastfed three children, and not once did the angelic choir sing for me or my face glow white in the beauty of… Read more »
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It’s convenient, economical and custom designed to protect your baby’s health! As a whole, Americans are moving toward living healthier lifestyles. We are exercising, watching our cholesterol, consuming more herbs and making sound nutritional choices. It makes sense that many parents are choosing to breastfeed their children. Breastfeeding provides optimum nutrition for infants for at… Read more »
Relax. Breathe. Sit back. Put your feet up. It’s time to feed your baby. Oh, and breastfeeding really is all it’s cracked up to be!
Easy does it on the sweet stuff as you build a healthy enjoyment of solid foods in your child.
During your infant’s first year, you may be tempted to use your Baby’s frequent napping to get home chores and other things done, but think again. YOU need sleep, too. According to a recent report out of West Virginia’s Department of Psychology, the fragmented sleep you are getting may be inefficient for your overall well… Read more »
One mom finds a correlation between running and new parenting.
Experts explore the facts behind common infant misconceptions.
Many couples plan for the wedding, but not for the marriage. A similar situation often occurs when expectant parents anticipate their baby’s arrival. They plan for labor and delivery, but don’t consider the difficulties of the postpartum months. I made the same mistake. I bought all of the nursery supplies and had my hospital bag… Read more »
When I brought home my sweet baby girl a little over two years ago, I was unprepared emotionally and physically for the amount of work and time that one little person required.
If you’ve got a baby, you know parenthood can be a bit overwhelming. But, sometimes companionship and support is only a parents’ group away!