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Combat Dizzy Spells During Pregnancy
Feeling a little dizzy and faint lately? This unexpected effect of pregnancy is experienced by a number of pregnant women. It is typically more common during the first trimester, but some women struggle with dizziness their entire pregnancy.
Anemia in Pregnancy
Women are prone to anemia but in pregnancy they are especially susceptible. The reason for anemia in women typically is due to their periods, when they lose both iron and red blood cells. Pregnancy may be the first and only time a woman experiences anemia
7 Things I Wish I'd Known Before Parenthood
Strangers, family and friends all like to give their inputs on subjects like morning sickness cures, clothing for the baby, labor tricks, breast-feeding, baby names, nursery decor and more. I was so thankful for the valuable knowledge and wisdom I gleaned
Postpartum Symptoms: What's Normal & What's Not
Postpartum care is very important and can have lasting effects on your health. As a new mother who's recovering from labor and childbirth, you should know what's normal and what's not so normal during postpartum days. Catching warning signs early can h
Trouble Conceiving? Check Your Man's Sleep Habits
Couples who believe that the man is the one in the relationship that is infertile may want to consider his sleeping habits. A recent Danish study at the University of Southern Denmark concluded that men who have poor sleeping habits have less sperm concen
Best Tips and Myths about Baby Making
Birds do it, bees do it -- but sometimes the most normal things do not occur easily. Consider the fact that for even fertile couples, sex will result in pregnancy only 20 percent of the time. So knowing the lowdown on timing, position and assorted tips ca
Taking Fertility Drugs: Risks & Side Effects
The emotional roller coaster of trying and failing to conceive drive many women to try fertility drugs in order to help them bring life to their womb. Their desires are noble, but are the possible side effects worth the risk?
Coping With the Frustrations of Infertility
Sometimes only the couple that is trying to receive and the primary care physician are the only ones aware of their struggles to bring a new life into this world. But, it doesn't have to be this way.
Age by Age Guide to Your Baby's Social Development
It's hard to imagine that your wrinkled newborn will develop his personality and actually begin interacting with people, but it happens sooner than many parents expect. It only takes a few weeks and your baby begins to respond to your loving touches and
What Crawling Does For Your Baby
Parents love helping their little ones achieve their milestones, reach their developmental stages and grow strong and healthy. But what is the best way to help your baby learn to crawl? And is crawling really important?
Your Newborn's Appearance: Bumps, Bruises & Cone Heads
To understand the appearance of your newborn you first need to look where the baby's been hanging out the last several months... Then comes the first trip of the baby's life, and talk about a tight squeeze. It's no wonder baby comes out scowling, cryin
Protect Your Baby's Skin from Sunburn
As the weather heats up, take care to keep your baby's delicate skin covered. Too many rays from the sun can cause fever, pain and dehydration. Studies have also shown that only one sunburn during childhood can raise the risk of melanoma and increase the
Prevent Childhood Obesity in the Toddler Years
Childhood obesity is a growing problem in the U.S. Statistically, one in three kids is overweight or obese. How can you as a parent prevent this from happening to your toddler? Start your plan early and know the risk factors, complications and solutions o
5 Spring Crafts To Make With Your Toddler
As the weather thaws you can enjoy these simple crafts using items you can recycle from home, or from your backyard.
Spring Birthday Party Ideas for Toddlers
The earth is being sprinkled with pastel colors, birds are singing a cheerier song and the sun is providing extra bright sunshine to make the days full of gigormous amounts of outside fun! What a great time to celebrate your little one. If he has a birthd
Teach Your Kids The Real Truth About Failure
You've been to the sports banquet where everyone receives a trophy. Above the coaches' and leaders' heads a banner hangs that displays the phrase, "Everybody's a Winner!" This phrase makes all of us feel warm and mushy inside, but is it rea
Marriage After Baby Arrives
Has your relationship with your spouse has changed since your little bambino arrived home from the hospital? How can you adapt to this change and how can you make the transition an easier journey?
A Twist on the Modern Family: Co-Parenting Partnerships
We've seen a few Hollywood versions of the story, such as "The Next Best Thing" (2000), starring Madonna. A woman is reaching a point in life where she is ready to be a mother but is missing the one element of a father for the child. She turns to a fri
Treat Yourself to a New Mom Makeover
Mommyhood is not a naturally easy, or sexy occupation. But just because you wear strained peas in your hair at lunch or find baby poo in your cuticles after a diaper change doesn't mean you must wave a flag of surrender and wear your husband's sweat pan
12 Ways to Add Spice to Your Relationship After Baby
Isn't it ironic that the very activity that resulted in baby becomes rare once baby arrives? But you don't have to resign to a monastic lifestyle just because you're parents now.
Top 10 Phone Apps for Expecting & New Dads
Calling all new dads and dads-to be! Are you looking for some new apps to help you with this new adventure in your life? Baby corner is here to help. We searched and dug for best ones on the market. Check these out and prepare to become a professional dad
Top Fears Men Have During Pregnancy
As she rushes to go notify her parents, close friends and all of Facebook, you sit down and try to take it all in. Suddenly this baby thing is a reality. You're not so sure this is what you really wanted. One by one the following fears dance through your
Start Saving Now for Baby's College Fund
One day your child will need to further his education and that is going to cost big bucks! How in the world are you going to be able to pay for or assist paying for your child's higher education? Start small and start now!
Paternity Leave: Options for Today's New Dads
Today's dad doesn't just have a changing societal perceptions but also the law to help him be a more involved and hands-on father. The Family and Medical Leave Act, or FMLA, allows for parents to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid paternity or maternity lea