Concerns about labor run the gamut from "will my water break in my favorite restaurant" to fears about the intensity of the pain. Read on, and try to stop worrying. As the author points out, generations of women have walked this road before and come through with flying colors.
Your nightstand stacks up with all kinds of "how-to" manuals as you seek soothing answers to these questions and others. As you read, you discover that taking care of a baby is much more complicated than you'd ever anticipated.
Freedom of movement can help women cope with discomforts of labor but is it safe?
Physicians found that signs,
symptoms and identifiable risk factors are absent in more than
half of the mothers of infants with congenital toxoplasmosis in
a national study of children with this disease....
From vitamins to family history, here are the things you need to do before you decide to concieve.
When to worry, when to relax.
Make a statement this season with sexy styles that flatter any
blossoming figure. Here's a guide to our favorite finds:
Isabella Oliver Ruffle Wrap Dress
Isabella Oliver's rich purple (the new black!) wrap dress......
Once baby arrives, there will be a flurry of activity surrounding your newborn. Not only that, if you choose to stay at home with baby, "me time" will be reduced dramatically!
When you're pregnant (especially if you're past any morning
sickness), you may feel simply radiant -- especially once you're
visibly pregnant. While it's true that not every woman has the
"glow of pregnancy," hopefully you'll be one of the lucky ones to
experience it. What does it feel like? Like you're healthy and
proud and all is well in the world.
It's natural for a baby to move on from breastfeeding. Look for signs that he or she is ready, and then wean gradually to make it a painless transition for both of you.