Hiccups, kicks, wiggles and ... eating vernix? Your baby is up to all sorts of things in the final trimester.
For the mom who can't make it to the NICU, there are high-tech and low-tech options to connect with baby.
New research may debunk the long-held notion that epidurals prolong labor.
Moms need to know what signs and symptoms to watch for after their baby has been delivered.
An exercise ball can bring all sorts of benefits to pregnancy—possibly even shortening your time in labor.
A 'House Help' list is a great way for new moms to ask friends and family for help when baby arrives.
Keep these 8 things in mind as you enjoy your newfound role. (Hint: Don't try to be Superwoman.)
Dads and family are essential, but a doula's special training may bring much-needed support and expertise to the delivery experience.
Today's mom has all sorts of options for labor and delivery, but one thing that never changes is the need for strong support.
It's a great question for labor—and the answer is constantly undergoing change.
There's plenty of enjoyment in gardening—but if you're an expectant mom, you should take extra care to avoid tainted soil.
Choosing a childbirth class is a bit like choosing a new phone. There are plenty of options—you just need to choose what's right for you.