Helping new parents learn about pregnancy, birthing, breastfeeding, nutrition and more.
This part of labor is sometimes a doozy—but you can get through it with some preparation.
Some easy-to-remember tips can help everyone—you, your husband and your kids—prepare for the new addition.
There's a lot to know as you prepare, but one word in particular stands out against the rest: Flexibility.
And do you know the difference between the baby blues and postpartum depression?
Explore these 10 tips to help you cope with lack of sleep (or how to get the sleep you desperately need).
Don’t worry just yet. There are plenty of things you can do to prepare your baby for bedtime.
If you'd like to feel more relaxed every day, yoga might be what you're looking for.
Crying, resting, bobbing and more—all newborns will go through these stages immediately after birth.
Also known as Braxton Hicks, these contractions are sometimes hard to distinguish from the real thing.