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When Your Baby Is Born With A Disability


Having a child is often one of the most beautiful experience in life. Although stressful, the thought of bringing a new life into the world is exciting and awe-inspiring. However, when the new life enters the world with a disability, there is a whole new element added to the experience. Nothing can really prepare you for it. There will undoubtedly be a more obstacles to overcome but caring for a b...


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Returning to Work After Having Your Baby


There’s a good amount of adjustment that a parent must undergo when they’re ready to return to work after having a baby. Here are some of the things you can expect to happen when you decide to return from maternity leave.   New Routine When you’re due back at the office, make sure you have a tried and true plan already set in place. If possible, arrange for your child car...


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Pregnancy Superfoods


During pregnancy, you begin to require more nutrients than you used to. Additionally, those nutrients should act in the best interest of your body and your child. Here are some superfoods to ensure you get all the proper nutrients you need for a successful pregnancy.   Beans Beans such as chickpeas and lentil supply fiber, protein, calcium, zinc, and iron. These are nutrients that benefit ...


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Top Tips for New Mothers


As an expecting parent, it wouldn’t hurt to receive some pointers from fellow parents who are seasoned veterans. Take some of these tips from one parent to another to help make your parenting experience as blissful as possible.   Calming Sounds If your little one is restless, try running to the bathroom and running the fan and sink on low. It’ll bring them down a couple pegs, c...


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15 Ways to Fight Morning Sickness


It’s common knowledge that nausea, or morning sickness, is one of the most uncomfortable parts of being pregnant. While some women are lucky enough to avoid it altogether, others may experience it throughout the entirety of their pregnancy. If you happen to be one of these women, try these nausea remedies for a more pleasant pregnancies.   Eat small frequent meals throughout the d...


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Summer Mocktails


Beat the heat with a cool summer treat! Being pregnant does not mean you have to skip out on all the fun. In fact, there are many simple recipes for your favorite cocktails that you can make without the alcohol. So here are a few summer “mocktails” for mama. Grapefruit Mango Margarita Get recipe here Lavender Lemonade Get recipe here   Watermelon Slushy Get recipe here ...


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Old Wives’ Tales About Pregnancy


Since the beginning of your pregnancy, you’ve probably heard all types of crazy things. Some are outright ridiculous and you don’t have to question their validity but others may not be so easy to brush off. The wives’ tales below are 8 of the most popular ones and half of them are actually true!   False:   Whether you’re carrying low or high predicts the gende...


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Tips For Travelling While Pregnant


Though you may not have to worry about kiddie pools or toddler-friendly restaurants just yet, there are a few things to consider when traveling while pregnant.  Here is a list of helpful tips for the expecting mother when she travels:   Consider the destination The destination is important to think about when you travel, and is ultimately determined by your health and how far along yo...


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Foods To Avoid At Barbeques While Pregnant


It’s summertime! And that means lots of picnics, parties, and barbeques!  We know you love the burgers and hotdogs, but there are a few food items like these that you should avoid while pregnant because they might not be too good for your baby and that.   Hot dogs & Deli Meat Hot dogs, deli meat, and sausages may contain Listeria.  This bacteria can lead to miscarriage,...


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The Importance of Knowing Your Family Medical History


Do you know what conditions run in your family? If not, pregnancy is a good reason to find out, Your family’s medical history can not only provide insight into what illnesses you may are predisposed to, but also to alert your doctor of any complications you may experience during your pregnancy.    Both you and your partner need to know the medical history of your families. Your b...


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