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  • Never has one graph given new parents so much hope
    by Sara McGinnis posted in Parenting When one smart set of new parents felt they were starting to go crazy with the lack of predictability in their baby's eating and sleeping schedule, they got tracking. Thanks to over a year of jotting down notes on their daughter's daily ins and outs, they were able to... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for readin...
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  • Do you talk like a mom baby?
    by Melissa Willets posted in Parenting The other day I was at a park with my kids when I met her. The elusive mom baby. Perhaps you've also come across one of these baby grown-ups, or, um, you talk like one yourself? Here's how to know. You see, mom babies have their own language. They... Read more » The post Do you talk like a mom... Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And ...
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  • So what if there's no logical reason for me to want another baby
    by Michelle Stein posted in Pregnancy So here's my dilemma: I want a fourth baby, but my husband doesn't. And I have no good reason to back up my baby fever. Truth be told, my husband would have been perfectly fine had we stopped at two children. We had one boy and one girl --... Read more » The post So what if there's no logical reason... Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above....
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  • 10-year-old delivers brother, saves baby and mom's life
    by Whitney Barthel posted in Parenting As a mom who nearly delivered a baby on the interstate, I know how things can escalate quickly once your water breaks. While my birth story came to the uneventful end of a hospital birth after a high-speed drive in a blizzard and being pulled over by a police... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the B...
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  • Pink's pumping selfie: A "mom moment" we can all relate to
    by Carolyn Robertson posted in Parenting Grammy-winning mom of two Pink's Instagram photo proves that sometimes celebrity moms really are "just like us." The singer has been touring with her kids Willow, 6, and Jameson, 7 months, in tow this summer, so her Instagram feed has been home to both rock star and multi-tasking mom... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. A...
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  • Slow clap: Mark Zuckerberg taking 2 months paternity leave
    by Melissa Willets posted in Parenting Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is planning to take two months off when his wife, Priscilla Chan, gives birth to their second child later this year. He announced the decision, shocker, in a Facebook post. "When Max was born, I took two months of paternity leave. I will always be grateful... Read... Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And th...
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  • You're going to love (or roll your eyes at) the Willa Walker
    by Sara McGinnis posted in Products One of my nieces was in no hurry to walk, whatsoever. Her first birthday passed, then a few more months. Although her parents weren't sweating it (in part because by the time you have baby three you've got the faith it will all work out), others kept commenting and... Read more » The post You're going... Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above....
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  • 5 things I've had to accept as a mom with an invisible illness
    by BabyCenter Guest Blogger posted in Parenting by Bree Najera We moms have been through it all: the discomforts of pregnancy, the sleepless nights and the horrors of teething. While I’ve enjoyed this mutual bond with other moms in some ways, I also feel like I don’t quite fit. As a mom with chronic Lyme... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for readin...
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  • 4 maternity looks that work even on summer's hottest days
    by Sabrina Garibian posted in Products I have a long way to go before I can officially and proudly declare I've reached pregnancy whale status, but that doesn't mean I'm not uncomfortable already. This summer, between morning sickness and a bump that popped in a blink, I've been in serious need of some good maternity... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And than...
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  • How can you help a friend with PPD? Ask a mom who's been there
    by Becky Vieira posted in Parenting After hours of incessant wailing that left his angelic face looking like a red tomato with slits for eyes, my son finally fell asleep. And I fell apart. I became hot, uncomfortably so. My previously silent cries found their voice, morphing into hysterical sobs that progressed until my breathing became... Read... Want to get the full story? Click on the headline...
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  • To the terrified parents wondering if their child has special needs
    by Joanna Venditti posted in Parenting This is our story. As I closed my eyes and tried my best to fall asleep, the events of the day kept creeping back into my mind. I watched as my husband Mike fell asleep beside me, his chest rising and lowering again and again. “I need to say... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the BabyCenter Blog.
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  • 12 ways great dads connect with their kids
    by Deidra Romero posted in Parenting We live in an era in which dads are more involved than ever.  A 2012 Pew study revealed that 16 percent of stay-at-home parents are actually dads. But still, the solar system of parenting revolves around mothers. There’s a long-standing joke among moms that dads get praise for the... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And than...
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  • The best pregnancy advice I've received came from a man
    by Jamie Reed posted in Pregnancy I had only recently announced my pregnancy publicly when a family friend, a man, gave me what I consider the best pregnancy advice I've received so far: "Don't listen to women who try to scare you with their horror stories." He went on to say that when his wife... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the Baby...
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  • Some expectant moms are experiencing total eclipse anxiety
    by Michelle Stein posted in Pregnancy While millions of Americans are making plans to travel to prime viewing areas for the solar eclipse on Monday, pregnant women due any day now are coping with some serious anxiety. (And no, it has nothing to do with bizarre superstitions.) Expectant moms are rightfully concerned about making it to... Read... Want to get the full story? Click on the headline ab...
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  • 10 books to help you talk to your kids about race and racism
    by Laura Falin posted in Life The past few weeks have me -- and a lot of other people -- thinking about how we talk to our children about race. I even got a note from our school superintendent, saying that the events in Charlottesville have teachers considering how to talk to their students about what... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading t...
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  • You don't need a penis to teach your son to pee outdoors
    by Maggie Downs posted in Life Three years ago, when I found out I was pregnant with a boy, one of the worst-case scenarios I imagined was this: Alone in the woods with my potty-trained son, far from any bathroom facilities, and he needs to know what to do with his penis. And that’s exactly... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the BabyCent...
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  • 5 postpartum ailments I'll guilt-trip my son with when he's older
    by Brandi Riley posted in Pregnancy By the time I reached the ninth month of my last pregnancy, I was counting down the hours until it was over. I had finally reached the breaking point of how much discomfort I could take on the exact day my son was due to be born. Thank goodness... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the BabyCenter Blog.
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  • $200 for a wearable fertility tracker? This couple thinks it's worth it
    by Michelle Stein posted in Pregnancy There are many ways couples can try to pinpoint their window of fertility each month: ovulation predictor kits, charting basal body temperature, ovulation calculators, checking the consistency of cervical mucous. But would they be willing to drop $200 on a Fitbit-like tracker? Apparently, they would -- as... Want to get the full story? Click on the headline a...
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  • How bad is the glucose test: No biggie or pure hell?
    by Sara McGinnis posted in Pregnancy Ask a group of moms "Is the glucose test really THAT bad??" and you'll get plenty of replies. BabyCenter Community member Qk2015 recently posted that question on her birth board, explaining, "I have mine in 3 weeks and am a little nervous because everyone makes it out to be... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for ...
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  • To the woman working in the clothing store: Please don't ask my size
    by Melissa Willets posted in Pregnancy Yesterday I did something most moms wouldn't dare. I took three kids with me to shop for a dress for a wedding. I know. But I was hoping the shopping gods would be smiling upon me, and in the few moments I had before my girls lost their patience... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the BabyCenter Blog...
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  • How Iceland's abolishment of Down syndrome looks to a Down syndrome mom
    by Whitney Barthel posted in Parenting A couple years ago, with the birth of MaterniT21 and other various early screening methods, the ethics of Down syndrome and genetic testing became a hot topic for debate. While scientist delighted in their discovery, special needs advocates and pro-lifers cringed at what getting a prenatal diagnosis so... Want to get the full story? Click on the headline abo...
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  • 5 hands-free items that keep my baby happy for 5 minutes
    by Kelly Wilbanks posted in Products So, it's the witching hour. Dinner needs to be made, but my 2-year-old just woke up from her nap and wants to be cuddled. My 5-year-old needs me to do her hair "right now" and my baby just wants to be held. This scenario causes me the utmost stress. I'm... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the BabyCente...
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  • How to modernize the family meal
    by Becky Vieira posted in Parenting I don’t know what constitutes a “traditional mom” in 2017, but I know it's not me. I don’t cook. There are no framed photos of my son in our home (yet). And I share more personal information on social media than I do in my therapist’s office. But I believe in the... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the ...
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  • We are absolutely devastated to send our kids back to school
    by Lindsay Weiss posted in Life Gotcha. Our first day back was today and this is part of my mom tribe, gathered in the school parking lot, showing our true feelings. (There may have been some mimosas after...) Don't get me wrong, these are some of the best moms I know. Many of us still... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for reading the BabyCenter Bl...
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  • Mom discovers hacked webcam streaming live feed of daughters' bedroom
    by Michelle Stein posted in Parenting Brace yourselves, parents. I've got a story that'll make you want to jump out of your seat and unplug anything with a camera in your house, pronto. A nightmare scenario unfolded when a mother learned that her twin daughters' bedroom was being live streamed without the family's knowledge. "We have security... Want to get the full story? Click on the headline a...
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  • Meet the funny mom you really need to follow on Instagram
    by Carolyn Robertson posted in Pregnancy Calling all moms! Here is an Instagram account you're definitely going to want to follow. Maya Vorderstrasse is a newly minted mom-of-two, having welcomed baby Hazel earlier this month. As any sleep deprived mother knows all too well, a newborn is a lot of work. Add a 1-year-old to... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And...
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  • Crafts for kids: Toilet paper roll animals
    See how to make an octopus, a snake, and a cat using toilet paper rolls, paint, and other common craft items. When all the animals are ready to go, spark your little one's imagination by putting on a puppet show. Connect with BabyCenter: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BabyCenter Twitter: https://twitter.com/BabyCenter Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/babycenter/ Instagram: https://www.ins...
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  • Desperate mom tries every pajama trick to stop twins from poop painting
    by Sara McGinnis posted in Parenting The moment your toddler discovers they can reach into their diaper and "paint" the wall next to their crib with their poop is the stuff of nightmares -- and it's a scene some parents have woken up to more than once. "My twins are crazy," BabyCenter Community member Chelsea... Read more » Want to get the full story? Click on the headline above. And thanks for r...

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