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Made for Walkin’

Spiraling inward from top left:Warmbar Gecko Grip Flurry Sheepskin Boot in Chestnut, $60 Keen Betty Boot in Slate Black/Grayed Jade, $110 Ulu Makea in Brown, $175 Yellow Box Clasic in Tan, $68 Sugar Origami Crowded Garden Green Boot, $58 Earth Summit in Bark Nubuck, $168 Merrell Women’s …

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Double Trouble

By Lisa FieldsTwice as many diapers to change; two babies wailing at once; double the laundry. As soon as you’re handed two—or more!—bundles of joy at the hospital, you’ll realize you’re about to have a very different experience from the other moms you know. To create some order …

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Rock Candy

Land of Nod Dylan Swivel Glider and Ottoman in Mist goes forward, backward, and side to side. Its oversized seat and high back makes it comfy for both mom and dad. Glider $750, ottoman $300Besides all the major gear—crib, stroller, changing table—many advice-givers insist, “You have to get a …

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Crazy Cozy

Clockwise from far left:Serena & Lily Stroller Blanket in Harper, $48Robbie Adrian Organic Cotton Velour Blanket in Petal Pink, $86Max Daniel Baby Satin Dots Throw in Pink, $56Rainkie Blankie Water-Repellent Minkie Blanket in Valetta, $42AllyZabba Large Aloha Blanket in …

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Last Call

By Nancy Ripton I was confident I would stop breastfeeding my son by the time he was 6 months old, but Bode had other ideas. When it came time to introduce a bottle, he pushed, screamed, and absolutely refused to take it. I tried different nipple flows. I gave him a sippy cup. My husband …

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At Your Service

By Pamela BrillAfter the birth of my second daughter, I had to accept my limitations as a mother: I had an emergency C-section and was unprepared for the medical restrictions that went along with it. Unable to drive, and thus make quick runs to the store, I realized I was rather …

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Natalie Morales

Photography by Virginia Sherwood Hardest thing about this pregnancy: Maximizing work time with family time but also trying to do my job and be a mom , I’m up at 4:30. If I’m doing my usual, then I’m up at 5:30. That hour makes a big difference. Thank God I didn’t have morning …

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Good Eats!

By Lisa FieldsEating right during pregnancy can be daunting, especially when you have to master a restricted menu and battle morning sickness. Just ask Mara Palcisco of Loveland, OH.When she learned she was pregnant, the systems engineer happily gave up her Tuesday night wine-and-sushi …

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Dress Rehearsal

By Heather Larson When Raelynn Glispin experienced contractions during the 36th week of her first pregnancy, they caught her by surprise; she wasn’t sure what they were. “When you’ve never had a contraction before, you aren’t positive if it’s Braxton Hicks or actual labor,” says …

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Go Ahead, Work Out!

By Sasha Brown-WorshamI found the postcard, written in 1945, in a dust-filled corner of my grandmother’s closet. It was a letter of encouragement—Bubby’s doctor urging my healthy, five months–pregnant grandmother to “keep your feet up, rest as much as possible.”In the 60 years …

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