By Elizabeth Pantley, author of The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Newborns ~~~ There is something you can do to prevent your baby from developing such a strong suck-to-sleep association that it becomes an absolute necessity for sleep, and a firmly ingrained habit that is very hard to change. Yes, it’s true that some newborns can fall asleep for every nap and night … [Read more...] about Helping baby fall asleep without sucking
You finally made it to the home stretch of your pregnancy. You've only got five weeks left - and there's a lot to be excited about. Your changing life As you reach the end of your pregnancy, you may notice that on top of your excitement, fear is starting to set in. Being nervous about labor, delivery and bringing your little babe home is normal and every woman goes through it, … [Read more...] about Week 35: The pregnancy home stretch!
You're just one week away from your due date and have probably reached the point where the only thing you want is to be on your way to delivery. Trust us, we get it and we totally understand. It's been a long journey to get to milestone and your patience is probably wearing thin as you're feeling enormous. Your changing life False labor is a common … [Read more...] about Week 39: Woah baby!
You've reached week 37 and your baby is officially considered full term. That means that if you were to go into labor right now, he or she will have developed most of the body's crucial functions. While you're reaching the point in your pregnancy where you just want baby to be here already, be patient. Do what you can to enjoy these last few weeks sans … [Read more...] about Week 37: Watch for labor
With just two weeks to go, you're nearly there! The realization that you're going to have a baby soon is setting in and you're more anxious than you've ever been to meet your little one. Although there isn't too much excitement in these last couple of weeks, the biggest things you need to look out for are signs of labor. Baby has been considered full term for a week now, … [Read more...] about Week 38: Bumpin’ pumpkin!