Why date nights fail and how to revive your marriage

Date nights are supposed to be the nectar that feeds our relationships in the face of our busy lives and consuming kids. Unfortunately, they are often a disappointment and leave us wondering if we can ever experience the joy we once knew.This week’s video explores the reasons why date nights fail and what you can do instead to revive the joy and love in your relationship.Watch more videos at Full Frontal Fatherhood.Here's a transcription if you'd rather read: Date nights …

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The moments I’ve enjoyed most as a new mom

Being a mom is filled with ups and downs. From snuggling your newborn to sleepless nights, a mother's duty never ends - even after everyone else has gone to bed. But it seems that no matter how tired you are or how bad you smell because you can't remember the last time you took a shower, these moments are a once-in-a-lifetime experience. When your little one is all grown up, you'll want moments like these all over again.There was a lot of anticipation leading up to Audrey's birth. Of …

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5 tips on crib safety for new moms

As a first-time mother, one of the major considerations you'll need to make - especially in the final trimester - is selecting a crib for your little one. While at first glance, this may seem like a purely aesthetic choice, picking out a bed for your baby is about more than finding a design that complements his or her nursery.For help finding a crib that will keep your baby safe as he or she grows, consider these five tips. 1. Make sure it meets safety standards Beginning in June 2011, …

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10 baby girl names inspired by amazing women in history

Give your newborn baby roots and a sense of story by taking name inspiration from one of these historical figures. Below, you’ll find the names of women who’ve left their mark through music, science, dance, and more:Annie: A winning sharpshooter made famous as a teenager in the early 1900s, Annie Oakley is remarkable for breaking out in a male-only field in a time when women were confined to home.Clara: Clara Barton was a groundbreaking Civil War nurse who founded the Red …

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New poll: Will you keep working after childbirth?

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Top 5 healthy living habits to take up during pregnancy

If you just found out you're pregnant or are already planning the best days to get pregnant so you can conceive, it's time to reevaluate your lifestyle. You need to make sure that your habits are healthy enough to not only support your unborn child, but enable you to handle carrying and giving birth to your baby. Healthy living is the name of the game, but there's a lot that goes into a healthy lifestyle, making it difficult to figure out which habits are the most important. To give you a …

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4 steps to prevent divorce

It is really sad that half of us will get divorced.And a huge percentage of those of us who stay married are simply enduring bad relationships.We all think we are different, but the reality is that maintaining a long-term happy relationship takes real skills.This week’s video gives you 4 concrete steps every couple should be doing from the start to support their relationship to thrive.And a couple of stories of how I have struggled and survived in my relationship.Watch …

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Why creating a will now that you’re pregnant can’t wait

You've created your baby registry and decorated the nursery. Diapers and wipes are stocked and your birth plan is at the ready. You're all set for baby, right? Not so fast. If you and your partner haven't made time to create a will, you may be missing a crucial step in preparing for your child's future.A will is a legally binding document that lays out provisions for divvying up your estate once you've passed away. Sure, it's not a pleasant thought - but it's the responsible thing to do to …

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Meet the Pregnancy Magazine Moms

Every day, we have the pleasure of interacting with hundreds of moms and moms-to-be. Through emails and comments, we are the grateful recipients of your joyful stories. We listen to your fears and worries about motherhood (and we pass many of them on for answering to our partners, the experts at Brigham and Women's Hospital). We share in your delight as your babies grow from week to week—and we love seeing the end results of your journey, too—the beautiful babies you've welcomed into your …

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Why do pregnant women have a bionic sense of smell?

Have you ever been around a pregnant co-worker who asked you to take your lunch to the break room or tone your perfume down a bit? While it might've seemed annoying at the time, now that you're a first time mother getting ready for baby, you can probably see where she was coming from. During a pregnancy, smells that used to go totally undetected or scents that you always enjoyed might start to really offend your nose. What's up with this bionic sense of smell? Blame it on the hormones ... …

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