Genius tips for easing pregnancy stress right now

Prenatal tests—enough already! Choosing the perfect name—that conversation is getting way too old. And finding clothes for that ever-expanding bod? Make the torture end—now!Those are the cries of pre-birth stress, sister, and while they’re completely natural, you don’t have to …

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Real birth story: Twins

After months of bed rest, a C-section brings joy and relief We had our first ultrasound the day after my husband’s birthday, when I was about 12 weeks pregnant. As soon as the technician placed the transducer on my abdomen, we saw two black circular sacs and knew it was twins. Shock hit me …

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Your ultimate guide to adjusting to motherhood

How to survive and thrive in a world where your new baby looms large Your hair is unwashed, you haven’t checked email in a week, and you have no clean underwear. Welcome to the “newborn zone,” a dimension controlled by a tiny dictator who has one priority: “Me. Now.”Of course, …

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Why I won’t eat organic while pregnant

Am I a bad mother if I let my unborn baby eat Junior Mints?Would my IQ, happiness, and A cup breasts have been different if my mother ate only organic foods? Everything we read these days tells us that we’re harming our unborn children if we eat anything that contains aspartame, refined …

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Are you ready for baby’s first tantrum?

Just about the time when your baby’s personality blooms, so will the potential for tantrums. But Nanny Stella has the secrets for saving everyone from tears and frustration.Your baby’s ways have just escalated from cute to unbearably annoying. Last week the bowl of cereal ended up …

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Real birth story: My wayward birth

Our birth plan consisted of two items: 1. Don’t get stuck in traffic and become a Daily News headline: “Baby Boy Born on Brooklyn Bridge.” 2. Take advantage of the miracles of modern medicine in the form of painkillers and machines with comforting whirrs beeps that let us know the baby …

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The baby mattress: Why it’s your most important purchase

When you’re getting ready for your baby, you’re sure to start thinking of all the nursery gear you’ll need, like a crib, changing table, diaper pail and a rocking chair. The last item you’re going to remember is probably a crib mattress. It’s certainly not the most exciting purchase …

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How Down syndrome changed my perspective on motherhood

Seven months into my pregnancy, my doctor told me “Your amniotic fluid is low, you need to deliver today.” My fiancé’s sister drove me to the hospital and when I got a room in the labor and delivery area, the doctor finally came and I was induced with Pitocin.I was contracting so …

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Maternity fashion tips for all trimesters

It is no secret that shopping for maternity clothes can be challenging and at times overwhelming. Your body is in a constant state of change, your hormones are on a roller coaster ride and not to mention you now have a new appendage that throws everything you thought you knew about dressing your …

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Can you make baby smarter before birth?

Expectant mothers want to get everything right. We try to eat right, and pray that there are no complications. We stay away from caffeine and fruits sprayed with pesticides and pop DHA supplements. We do everything to give our babies a head start—and it’s happening earlier and …

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