Category: The Big Day

If you’re curious about delayed cord clamping and want to know the pros and cons, you’ve come to the right place. Clamping the cord separates the baby from the placenta and it is usually done immediately after birth, but recently there’s been a move to delay the clamping process. Certified...

Rush Hour Should you worry about delivering in the car? It happened to these couples. Because labor rarely happens as you imagine, doctors recommend having a flexible birth plan.  But not making it to the hospital?  Well, even though it’s extremely rare, pregnant women have faced the daunting task of...

Your birth partner plays an important role in the delivery of your baby. To help keep nerves calm and focus high—as well as let him know his presence means a lot—prepare a hospital bag full of goodies for him. Gift wrap it and present it two or three weeks before...

Here at Pregnancy Magazine, we’re proud to tell the stories of expectant moms like you. Now, it’s your turn to chime in. Take a moment to add your voice to our latest pregnancy poll below. Once you’ve shared your thoughts, you’ll have the chance to see what other moms are...

When you’re pregnant, choosing between “baby chick” or “sun porch” yellow paint for the nursery can seem like a life-altering decision. So when it comes to the big choices, such as deciding on your birth plan, considering an unconventional method might seem like more than you can handle. But “Many...

How About a Do-over? I could barely sleep during the last weeks of my second pregnancy. But this time, I had something new to worry about as I lay awake—shaking up my two-year-old son’s little world with a needy sibling. But my first child was, ultimately, why I decided to...

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