New Moms

New Moms

What Childbirth Classes Can Do

What Childbirth Classes Can Do

Your first pregnancy is an exciting time, but it’s also a journey into the unknown. No matter how many childbirth stories you hear from your friends, or how much advice you get from your mother, you never really know what childbirth is like until you go through it yourself.  Like […]

Baby Showers, New Moms

5 Great Frozen Meal Recipes for the First Chaotic Weeks!

5 Great Frozen Meal Recipes for the First Chaotic Weeks!

Congratulations, your loved one has just delivered a beautiful new child into the world! The first few weeks after this miraculous birth are certainly filled with joy… but also with a bit of chaos. You may notice that the mother who had meticulously monitored her health during pregnancy suddenly is […]

New Moms

Keep Baby’s Beautiful Head in Shape!

Keep Baby’s Beautiful Head in Shape!

New parents are likely to hear some daunting words concerning their babies’ precious noggins: positional plagiocephaly, pliable occiput, prone versus supine, etc.  Do not fret!  Here is a beginner’s guide to deciphering your pediatrician’s terminology and maintaining the beautiful shape of your newborn’s head.

New Moms, Parenting Advice

Your Baby and TV

Your Baby and TV

From “Sesame Street” to  “Baby Einstein,” it seems there’s no end to TV shows just for little ones. While these programs may have merit for preschoolers, they are not the most effective use of time for your baby. 

Baby Showers, New Moms, Parenting Advice

Budgeting for the New Addition

Budgeting for the New Addition

Having a baby is one of the most monumental moments in a person’s life. It is the beginning of a whole new chapter, and if you’re new to it you probably have read every advice book under the sun.  But did you plan for your budget?

Baby Gifts, New Moms, Parenting Advice

When Baby is Sick

When Baby is Sick

What is it about the beginning of autumn that makes us all catch colds? The cooler weather means the end of hay fever, but something about September means we’re more prone to getting sick. If you have children in school, it’s likely that they’re picking up the bugs from their […]