Molly Sims was all smiles as she left the book release party for Dr. Michele Hakakha’s 3rd Edition Book: Expecting 411 on Sunday.The mama-to-be was beautiful in a full length floral dress and gladiator sandals. Molly was joined at the event by Kerry Washington, Vanessa Lachey and Rachel
You can find lists of literally dozens of things to bring to the hospital. But if you only have two hands and one bag, here is our list of the essentials for your short hospital stay.
Turning what was once conventional wisdom on its head, a new study suggests that many, if not most peanut allergies can be prevented by feeding young children food containing peanuts beginning in infancy, rather than avoiding such foods. About 2 percent of American children are allergic to
It’s cold and snowy today across most of America. Perfect weather for staying home and finding low cost and enjoyable ways to stay warm and entertained. Common wisdom has always been that this kind of weather brings on the babies. Taking a look at the actual data from the CDC shows Americans
With a bun in the oven that will arrive in a few months, opportunities to spend time alone with your partner may soon be few and far between. Take advantage of this Valentine's Day and plan a romantic evening that will give the two of you the chance to strengthen your bond and enjoy some quality
If you're into cooking (or going out to eat) now's the perfect time to indulge. While healthy foods should always be your first choice and it's important to stick to your doctor's recommendations when it comes to eating extra calories during pregnancy, there's nothing wrong with treating
When you're in your second trimester and are barely able to fit your swelling feet into your favorite pair of shoes, going to a fancy restaurant for Valentine's Day may be the last thing you want to do. If you're worried that your husband might not know about how you envision celebrating the
Wondering how your partner will be as a new dad. Take our quick quiz!
Is it baby bliss or infant overload? Some moms’ idea of nirvana is never being separated from their babies, not for one second, day or night. For others, this concept seems like cruel and unusual punishment, for both baby and mom.But before you start running for the hills or buy baby slings in
Pondering Parenthood What kind of mom will you be? It’s never too early to look ahead While most of us prepare for the births of our children by purchasing a layette and considering baby names, the question of how we will parent often doesn’t actually arise until our little ones are toddlers