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Training Your Spouse/Significant Other for Nightly Newborn Care
Are you having trouble getting your spouse to take turns waking at night to care for your baby? Learn how to start the discussion, and get on the path of a true parenting partnership.
Celebrity Pregnancy and Baby Updates - March 2015
Read the latest news from the world of celebrities pregnancies and birth announcements for March 2014.
Gender Prediction by Smell?
New research states that pregnant women may give off an odor that may predict the gender of here baby during pregnancy.
Yes! You Can Eat Chinese Food During Pregnancy
Like many other expectant Moms, you may find yourself craving Chinese food during pregnancy, but are afraid of the negative effects of MSG and sodium. Squash the quilt and learn how you can enjoy authentic Chinese food at home.
What To Expect At Your First Fertility Checkup
Before trying to conceive, both men and women should get a fertility checkup to ensure that both reproductive systems are in working order, and if they aren't, learn about treatment options available.
Fertility Smoothies To Boost Your Chances of Conceiving
What we eat during our childbearing years has a tremendous effect on our reproductive system, and our chances of conceiving. Try adding some of these fruits and vegetables to your diet to boost your fertility.
Thyroid Issues and Fertility: How They Are Connected?
If you have been having trouble conceiving, one often overlooked health problem is an underactive or overactive thyroid. Learn more about how you can find out if your hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism is affecting your chances of conceiving a baby.
Olive Oil In Women's Diets Can Boost Fertility
If you have been eating a low fat diet and trying to conceive, researchers say you might want to think twice. Healthy oils and fats can help to increase your chances of conceiving by as much as 40%.
Breastfeeding Your Baby May Result In Fewer Allergies
A new study has found that breastfeeding your baby may help prevent your baby from developing allergies.
Spring 2015 Baby Product Recall Roundup
Every Mom want's to keep their baby safe. Get the latest news about baby products that have been recalled so far in 2015, and learn what you can do if you own one of these products.
Breast Pumps: When and How to Use Them
If you will be exclusively breastfeeding your baby, there may be times when you will still need to use a breast pump. Here are some tips on find the right breast pump for you, and how to use it.
The Vaccination Debate: Should Immunizations be Required?
Many parents worry that vaccinations cause more harm than good. What do you think? Come join in the discussion about whether infant vaccines should be required.
Out of the Mouth of Babes: Preventing Embarrassing Toddler Moments
Your toddler's ears are amazing! They hear everything, and replays like a tape recorder. Here are a few tips to prevent your toddler from replaying the embarrassing recorded words he hears.
New Media and Toddlers Guidelines from Child Development Experts
In an age where multimedia seems to dominate the world, Georgetown University child development experts have come up with the following guidelines for media use, including TV's, mobile, and tablet usage, to keep your toddler stimulated, educated, and hea
How to Be a Great Hands On Parent to Your Toddler
It's important for parents to be an active influence in their toddler's life. Learn how to be an award winning hands on parent.
Teach Your Toddler Manners Worthy of Royalty
It's never too early to begin teaching manners to your toddler. Here are some tips for how to teach your toddler to be a person with manners worthy of royalty.
Mommy Tips: Getting Yourself on a Schedule
Getting yourself on a schedule will allow you to reduce stress, and have more time to your enjoy your family.
Health Checkups Every Mom Need
With all the responsibilities of being a Mom, we can sometimes forget that we too need to make sure we are getting our health checkups. Find our what screenings women should have between the ages of 18 and 39.
When Becoming Parents Kills Your Coupledom
It's a common problem after baby arrives to forget about the most important part of your family: Your Marriage. Find out why marriages seem to fall apart after baby, and how to get back to being the couple you once were.
10 Sanity Savers for Stressed-Out Super Moms
Being a Mom is stressful. Here are 10 sanity savers for the super Moms out there.
Can a Pregnancy Simulator Actually Create Empathy in Dads?
Dads, if you have ever wondered what it feels like to be in your wife's pregnant shoes, try on this pregnancy simulator, and get a feel for what it's like to be pregnant.
Expectant Fathers' Hormones Change During Their Partner's Pregnancy
A study from the University of Michigan has found that during a woman's pregnancy, the father's hormones also change, including a drop in testosterone.
Delight Your Special Mom-to-be With These Top 10 Gifts
Dads, if you have run out of ideas to get that special mom-to-be in your life for the holidays, we've got you covered. Here are 10 gifts ideas that will delight her this holiday season.
The Importance of Baby Talk and Why Fathers Need to Do it More
A new study shows that verbal communication with babies happens more by Moms more than Dads. If you are a new Dad, here are some tips for talking more to your baby.