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.
Posts Tagged: pregnant
Know what to expect of your post-pregnancy self … and embrace it! Sandy Walker watched in horror the image she saw in her bathroom mirror. No, it wasn’t a ghost or even the sight of her 4-year-old cutting her hair. It was Sandy’s post-natal body … sagging, bulging, stretch marks and all. During pregnancy you… Read more »
Connecting with a local – or even national – group may be just the thing you need. Nine-and-a-half years ago, I left my teaching position at a community college to stay at home full time with my newborn son. Shortly afterwards, my husband accepted a job transfer to northern Vermont. Our first long, cold… Read more »
Metabolic disorders take the life of one baby in every 4,500. Metabolic disorders take the life of one baby in every 4,500. About 24 hours after birth, a nurse takes a small blood sample from each infant . The blood is dropped onto a piece of filter paper and sent to the Department of Health,… Read more »
There’s nothing quite like a Christmas baby; all the anticipation of the pregnancy and joyful hope of the holiday season culminating in a tiny, yet perfect, gift for the whole family.
Having children is going to cost you. Establish your nest egg early on, and your bottom line will be better for it.
It’s hard enough to make the moments count when there’s just one baby. Doubling or tripling the number of babies you care for brings new meaning to “spread thin.” Tips from local moms can help.
Avoid jilted feelings in older brothers and sisters by involving them in the upcoming arrival!
Books about soothing crying babies, bonding with your baby and more!
No one plans to have a premature baby.