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One thing’s for sure: Those first weeks home with a new baby will definitely throw you for a loop – emotionally, physically, and mentally. (In all the best ways!) But don’t worry; we’re here to make life with a little one in tow a whole lot easier.
Read on for our top 5 baby must-haves of the moment – each one specially designed to make your hectic days a little less… well, hectic. If you’re pregnant now, we suggest adding them to your registry STAT. More
Expecting? We've got some great advice to prepare you for your pregnancy and the birth of your child.
Gary was widely trumpeted this week as being a name on the brink of extinction, but with 442 baby boys named Gary in the US in the most recent year counted, the reality is: Far from it.
But there are other names, once popular, with centuries-deep roots, that truly are about to become extinct. These 15 names were given to only five babies each in 2013, the lowest number counted by the Social Security Administration. Once usage dips below that, they become the dodo birds of baby names.
Start your breastfeeding off right with helpful information from non-profit Best for Babes.
Think you’ve heard it all when it comes to the added bonuses of breastfeeding? Think again. Thanks to an increased awareness over the last 10 years, plus a ton of new studies done on the subject, the benefits just keep piling up.
Here are 10 of the most eye-opening benefits we’ve heard yet. Prepare to be amazed… More
Learn strategies for navigating public transportation, crowded streets and small living spaces from Manhattan mom Monica Storch.
Trying to squeeze a nursery into your already crowded apartment? Wondering how you’ll ever navigate the concrete jungle with a baby (and a stroller) in tow? Not to worry, city parents – we’ve got you covered. Read on for the top six must-haves every urban-dweller should have on their registry. More
Build a healthy environment for your baby with practical and easy tips from national nonprofit Healthy Child Healthy World.
That first year of parenthood sure turns you into a pro with lots of unlikely new skill sets. Just give yourself a couple of months, and you’ll be pulling off one-handed diaper changes, swaddling with the best of ‘em, and whipping up your own delicious baby food in 5 minutes flat.
If that last part sounds totally daunting right now, don’t worry – we’ll get you there soon enough.
First thing’s first: get thee to a baby food processor. Preferably, one that pulls double (and even triple) duty. Our pick: the Beaba Babycook Pro, which lets you to steam, cook, and puree all in one unit, with the push of a button.
Get tips from the trenches with this information-packed blog from the authors of The Rookie Mom's Handbook and Stuff Every Mom Should Know, Heather Flett and Whitney Moss.
If you’ve ever let an insensitive comment about your pregnancy or your parenting style instantly throw you into a bad mood, you’re definitely not alone. During both of my pregnancies, I’d say that was probably a daily event. Yep; it seems that just about anyone who’s either visibly pregnant or toting a baby around is fair game for loads of unsolicited advice – from friends, relatives, and even total strangers. But no matter who’s doling it out or why, it’s always tough to acknowledge someone’s good intentions while mentally rejecting his or her suggestion in the back of your mind.
So how do you deal? For me, I always try to remember that however frustrating, most of this advice is well-intentioned. Caring people generally want to “regift” their own parenting stories into a nugget of advice as a solution to your current situation (fussy infant, pregnancy heartburn, dream feed… you name it.).
Get fun fashion advice from blogger Nadia Carriere for the 40 weeks before and after your baby is born.
It’s not every day we fall in love with with a new baby product. (In fact, we’re pretty picky when it comes to what we sell – just check out our criteria.) But when we first laid eyes on the brand-new Fawn Crib & Bassinet System from Oeuf, we new it was something special.
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Can’t get your little one to sleep through the night? Not sure what this “sleep training” thing is all about? This week, pediatric sleep expert Dr. Rebecca Kempton (also known as the Baby Sleep Pro) answers your most commonly asked questions about baby’s sleep problems. Here’s what moms and dads want to know most: