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Why I Loved Being Pregnant: Part Two

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Why I Loved Being Pregnant: Part One

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Baby Bible

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Dinner Dilemma

The other night, my wife and I are sitting at the dinner table while our 3-year old daughter eats everything on her plate -- except the carrots. Surprise, surprise. So I cover my mouth with my hand and say in a high-pitched voice, "Hey Julia, don't forget me, the carrot, eat me, eat me, …

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Submit Your Birth Story

Share with us!We're looking for real moms to share their happiest, funniest, or most embarrassing pregnancy and parenting moments with our readers. Send us your story (100 words or less) and photos to editors@pregnancymagazine.com, or:Pregnancy Magazine c/o Assistant Editor 4000 Shoreline …

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Dream Labor

Jackson at 10 MonthsBy Lisa Maxbauer PriceNo morning sickness. No cravings. For me, being pregnant had felt a lot like being not pregnant, so I was eager to discover how my perceptions of labor would compare to the real thing. On the night before my due date, I climbed into bed and felt …

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Interested in advertising with Pregnancy Magazine?

There are many different opportunities available in the printed edition of Pregnancy magazine as well as at Pregnancy360.com. For more information please contact Debbie Klett at dklett@futureus.com.

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Bust A Bad Vice

By Vanessa Geneva AhernFrom that surreal moment when you see two pink lines confirming you’re pregnant, you feel a flush of excitement and, at the same time, one stunning realization: “The party’s over!” No more Sunday mimosas, Starbucks mochas, smoke breaks, and working ’til all …

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Thanks, Coach

Audrey, 8 days oldBy Jennifer ColvinAs marathon runners and triathletes, my husband, Bob, and I felt prepared walking into our first birth class. We figured birth was just another endurance event and, of course, we’d seen the movie Knocked Up! But as we began to watch the first birth …

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Doctor in Delivery

Baby Sore at 3 months.By Wanjiku Musindi, M.D.I am a doctor, specifically a high-risk obstetrician. This means I take care of women with medical conditions that complicate their pregnancies. I love what I do, especially since most of the women I care for have very challenging experiences. …

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