Is my baby getting enough food? Is my baby growing at an appropriate rate? Is my baby’s breathing normal? These are just a few of the questions parents of newborns ask themselves on a regular basis. However, these are also questions that parents of babies born premature ask themselves multiple times a day. Shantel P…. Read more »
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Beloved Downton Abbey character Sybil Crawley died in childbirth. Her long-time family doctor (Dr. Clarkson) insisted that Sybil was “preeclamptic” and needed an emergency C-section. Fancy city doctor Sir Phillip — whom the Crawleys had brought in to help provide “the best of care” — insisted Sybil was fine. The baby was born, but… Read more »
Congratulations on your pending arrival! Get the scoop you need to know about having a baby at one of Greater Cincinnati’s and Northern Kentucky’s hospitals!
In the past five years, I’ve given birth to three beautiful boys and each labor was unique and memorable. From back labor with an epidural to induction with a birth ball and no meds, I am proud of each experience, as they resulted in amazing new life being brought into this world. Also within the… Read more »
“I want to snuggle him,” said 3-year-old Luca as he gave himself a big bear hug. “And I want to tickle his little feet,” chimed in the biggest brother, Dominic, age 5. My sweet boys continue watching an ultrasound video taken of their baby brother at Becoming Mom Spa + Ultrasound in Mason, Ohio, and… Read more »
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.
Family and friends are a huge resource for new moms, but sometimes what you really need is expert input — enter postpartum doulas.
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.
Unexpectedly, your delivery is … NOW! Your baby will be born early, so there are plenty of things you need to know about having a preemie.
Starting in 1790, the U.S. government began gathering statistical information about the American people every 10 years. Now, in May of every year, the Social Security Administration releases the top baby names of the previous year.