3 things you should do during your pregnancy

From now until the day you deliver, you'll find that there's always something that you can't do during your pregnancy. Whether it be your favorite drink because it contains caffeine or avoiding the jacuzzi because of the hot water, there's bound to be something you must …

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Creative ways to reveal the sex of your baby

You're probably still in your first trimester, but the one thing that's likely eating away at you is the sex of your baby. Sure, you have to make it to the 20-week mark before you'll officially know, but that won't stop you, and your friends and family from making guesses …

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5 organization tips for moms

As a new mom, it can be hard to find a routine. Between getting up every couple of hours to feed your baby or cooking dinner after coming home from work, it's no easy task to stay organized. We all know that there are never enough hours in the day, and there probably won't be until …

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Tips for dressing a fashionable baby

One of the most exciting things about having a baby is getting to dress him or her in adorable clothing. Depending on your taste, it can be difficult to find the things that you're looking for. We all tend to have this image in our heads of what our child will look, dress and act like, so when …

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Enjoy your first pregnant Thanksgiving without the extra weight gain

At first glance, Thanksgiving seems tailor-made for pregnant women. There's the abundance of food, not much of it healthful; the call for stretchy waistbands and the after-dinner nap. While pregnancy certainly means standing by as your waistline expands, the old adage that you're now …

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The crucial pregnancy check-up you could be skipping

It can be easy to brush off your routine check-up at the dentist when you're busy monitoring your growing belly during pregnancy. After all, how much could the state of your pearly whites have to do with your pregnant body? It turns out, plenty. With pregnancy hormones estrogen and progesterone …

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The pregnant woman’s Thanksgiving survival guide

Let's face it, the holidays, as joyous and celebratory as they are, can be the most stressful time of year. There's the forced family gatherings, budget-breaking gift shopping and holiday travel to wear us thin. Now that you have a little one on the way, these festivities have gotten a …

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5 sweet ways to save your pregnancy memories

Of all the items to check off our first trimester to-do lists (find a medical provider, set up a budget, say no to alcohol), rarely do the experts advise us to slow down and savor it all. Sure, between morning sickness and swollen ankles, time seems to move at a snail's pace. But trust us, …

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To buy or borrow: The do’s and don’ts of used baby goods

A universal truth about babies is that they come with a lot of baggage. From clothing and bedding to toys and strollers, the amount of stuff your little one requires is enough to send your wallet into a tailspin. As you count down the days of your pregnancy and begin to build your registry, give …

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Your pregnancy journey [Infographic]

There’s a lot that you’ll go through on your journey to motherhood, so we’re taking a moment to highlight some of the most important experiences along the way. First trimester Although you should quit any bad habits before you get pregnant, you’ll definitely want to be sure that you’re …

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