It’s true that a virtual shower can never replace a traditional one IRL. But in order to make the most out of the current pandemic situation that has affected us globally, why not utilize the available technology?
Pregnancy can be a wonderful, exciting time for moms - but it’s also a time filled with aches and pains that you might not have experienced before! Women shouldn’t have to suffer through pregnancy, though, so here are some simple ways for dealing with common pregnancy ailments.

Getting ready before you conceive is the ultimate start to becoming a new parent. If you know the dos and don’ts, you’ll have a smooth transition from singlehood to being a full-fledged mom. 

When my 10 year-old-was born 3 months early and started her 8-month NICU stay, I never imagined how different life would end up being. While most moms take their baby home before a week, we had to wait over a month just to hold her.

Weight gain can be a tricky subject to tackle during pregnancy. From surviving morning sickness, to dealing with cravings and aversions, to satisfying the seemingly never-ending hunger, gaining the ideal amount of weight during pregnancy can be a difficult task.
I started setting my own milestones that excited me just as much but I would have overlooked if she hadn’t had special needs. Her first year taught me a lot and there are a few regrets I wish I had done prior to having her.
Making the choice to breastfeed is an individual decision dependent on a number of factors - but if you plan to breastfeed your little one, be sure to stock up on all the essentials while you’re pregnant!
Breastfeeding is a wonderful way for mothers to bond with their babies and provide the best nourishment for their growing little ones - but breastfeeding a baby can also be a huge challenge! One common problem many mothers face during their breastfeeding experience is dealing with a clogged milk duct.

Pregnancy is a beautiful time in a woman’s life, but it can also bring on a flood of conflicting emotions, from excitement to fear and more. One way to ensure the best pregnancy care from the start is by scheduling prenatal care checkups as soon as you know you’re pregnant.

If you’ve ever searched online for “postpartum” chances are you were given a list of sites explaining postpartum depression. The postpartum period is about waaaaaay more than just depression.

Pregnancy is made up of three trimesters and each comes with its symptoms, including physical and physiological changes. Knowing your bodily changes will help you understand and prepare yourself for what you may experience each trimester as well as how best to deal with it.

Pregnancy is a labyrinth, especially for new moms. Fortunately, with enough preparation, this ordeal can be an exciting phase to cherish. Here is a mishmash of uncommon things you ought to know if you are pregnant or planning to get pregnant anytime soon.

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