5 things I would do differently as a new mom

As a new mom, you don't always know what to expect or quite grasp just how much your life is going to change once your little one gets here. You've got family and friends, with the best intentions, giving you advice and telling you how to handle different situations. While the advice is great, although not always warranted, you have to find yourself as a mother, caretaker and provider to your little bundle of joy. You'll soon find that picking up a routine and finding your …

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7 reasons to eat dark chocolate during pregnancy

The thought of cravings during this early stage of pregnancy has likely already crossed your mind.You've probably told yourself, "No, I won't indulge." But we've got news for you - eat up!Dark chocolate is one of the most tasty treats you can find, and now that you're a mom-to-be, you've got every reason in the world to take a bite.7 reasons to eat dark chocolate The generous amounts of theobromine in dark chocolate will help to relax your muscles and dilate …

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I’m glad pregnancy is over: 3 things I won’t miss

"You're positively glowing!"You might have heard this phrase a few times during the nine months your newborn was steadily growing inside of you. While this period is one many women enjoy for different reasons, there's certain things that almost no woman misses once she's gone through labor. Here are just three:Morning sickness Foods you love no longer taste as good, and some may even make you nauseous: welcome to your first trimester. Along with your taste buds having …

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5 things your nanny wants you to know but won’t say to your face

If you're planning on being a working mom, and even if you aren't, you may consider hiring a nanny to help with the baby as you adapt to your new role.When you get a nanny, keep in mind some of these things you nanny wish you knew, but probably won't tell you:"It's our job" You hire a nanny for assistance with your children, so don't forget to treat them in a professional manner. Make sure you pay them fairly and consistently - it's how they earn …

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Look out for these 9 pregnancy milestones

No pregnancy is the same: no truer words have been spoken about this 9-month-long period in which your body actually grows another human being.However, because no pregnancy between two women, or even two pregnancies with the same woman, are the same, there are milestones you can look out for to keep you sane during your journey to motherhood.1.Morning sickness: Since you're still in the early stages of your pregnancy, you're probably still feeling sick. Articles and books often …

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Names you should never ever give your kid

Choosing a name for your little one is a big deal. Names are a big part of who we are and who we become later down the road.You also have to find something that both you and your partner can agree on, which is often easier said than done. If you're having a girl, you have to consider the possibility of her one day changing her last name.Can a name affect your future? Researchers have spent decades trying to determine if having a unique and unusual name can hinder your child's future. …

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Dressing for success while you’re pregnant

Pregnancy is a joyous time in a woman's life - morning sickness aside - but when it comes to the best maternity clothes, the biggest statement you're likely in the mood to make is "I'm extremely comfortable" by wearing sweatpants and slippers everywhere. Unfortunately for working mothers-to-be, this simply isn't an option unless they're lucky enough to work from home. Maxi dresses can't solve all of your pregnant working woman fashion issues, …

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Drive safe: Car accidents are more likely during second trimester

For a healthy, happy pregnancy and newborn, you have to engage in safe, healthy practices. Eating right and doing exercise while pregnant are just two examples of ways to help safeguard your own health and that of your baby. Other safety measures are important too, like skipping foods to avoid during pregnancy, staying out of hot tubs and forgoing air travel during your third trimester. But a recent study has shed light on another factor that could put your pregnancy at risk: car accidents - …

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Be on the lookout for severe second trimester morning sickness

Morning sickness is one of the early pregnancy symptoms before a missed period that clues some moms-to-be in to the fact that they're pregnant. Suddenly, keeping breakfast down is a lot harder than it used to be, and sometimes morning sickness isn't even limited to the first third of the day. Many women feel sick to their stomachs in the afternoon or even at night, but it's still a completely normal symptom of pregnancy.However, there is a severe form of morning sickness called hyperemesis …

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Avoiding potential health hazards while pregnant

You want to do everything you can to protect your baby and that protection begins when the life first begins growing inside of you, not when the child is born nine months later. That being the case, it's likely that as you get used to the idea of being pregnant, you'll begin to question everyday practices that you never thought twice about before you got pregnant. From cleaning the toilet to getting your nails done, it's easy to get wrapped up in worrying about whether or not you're doing …

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