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5 Tips for Dealing with Housework & First-Trimester Fatigue

Feeling tired at the beginning of your pregnancy is a gross understatement. For the first few months, many women feel so drained and exhausted that they struggle to complete even the basic tasks needed to  Read Full Article...

Perfect ‘Babymoons’

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Third trimester, what to expect

The Third Trimester, What to Expect

When you enter the third trimester of pregnancy, you should stay in close communication with your medical provider. Prenatal appointments will occur more frequently and will include both internal and external exams to make sure  Read Full Article...

What to expect in the second trimester

What to Expect During the Second Trimester

Many mothers-to-be begin planning for the arrival of their babies during the second trimester of pregnancy. By this point, you might have gotten past the fatigue and nausea that are common in the first trimester,  Read Full Article...

What to expect in the first trimester

What to Expect During the First Trimester of Pregnancy

The first three months of pregnancy are often mixed with excitement of bringing a new life into your family and anxiety about making sure your unborn baby is healthy. The first few weeks of gestation  Read Full Article...

Babymoon Ideas

Create Your Babymoon Bucket List

Unless you have a staff of nannies to help raise your babies while you bungee jump in Las Vegas, hike the Appalachian Trail or whoop it up in Bimini, you know that motherhood will change  Read Full Article...

Fetal development and music

Fetal Development: Does Music Matter?

Can music help improve my baby’s intelligence? The belief that music could improve a person’s intelligence became popular during the 1950’s, after French researcher Dr. Alfred Tomatis began studying the effects of classical music on  Read Full Article...

Preparing for maternity leave

Taking Maternity Leave: How to Prepare

Preparing to leave work for a one-week vacation may seem daunting enough, but how about preparing for maternity leave? Feeling confident that you've gotten colleagues ready for your absence and that you've asked all the  Read Full Article...

Pregnancy is a Pain in the Breast: Coping Tips

Breast tenderness is one of the first signs of pregnancy and is caused by the increase in estrogen and progesterone. As these hormones increase, blood rushes to your breasts, making them extra-sensitive to touch. This  Read Full Article...