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    What Can I Expect During Stage 1 Labor?

    What Can I Expect During Stage 1 Labor?

    The day your baby is born will likely be the most memorable and beautiful day of your life. But moms know, it’s not all rainbows and butterflies. It will also likely be the bloodiest, messiest, and most chaotic day of life your life. And that’s the miracle of life! Here's what to expect during the first stage of labor:

    31 Weeks Pregnant: The 3rd Trimester Glow…Before the Groans

    31 Weeks Pregnant: The 3rd Trimester Glow…Before the Groans

    Your little hitchhiker is ¾ of the way to her destination! And, it’s starting to get a little snug inside your belly. She weighs 3 pounds (give or take a few ounces) and is as tall as a bowling pin (15” or 1-2” longer). During these final months of pregnancy, your baby’s brain and skinny little body will do some serious bulking up. She will be working on growing some chubby thighs and pudgy cheeks. She’s still kicking a lot...

    29 Weeks Pregnant: Where'd I Leave My Keys?

    29 Weeks Pregnant: Where'd I Leave My Keys?

    Your baby is now between 15 and 17 inches long and is tipping the scale at 2.5 to 4 pounds. Her brain is developing neural connections, her liver is a little factory churning out lots of red blood cells and her bones are continuing to turn from soft cartilage to hard bone.  For the past many months, your baby’s weight gain was mostly from her brain, intestines and vital organs, but now she’s putting on…a little fat. She has already...

    33 Weeks Pregnant: Oy! Breathlessness + Heartburn

    33 Weeks Pregnant: Oy! Breathlessness + Heartburn

    Your little one is thirsty lately. She’s drinking around a 16 ounces of her amniotic fluid every day. That sounds a little gross, but what is truly gross is that she then pees it out—into the amniotic fluid—and then drinks it all over again! On the totally great side of things, this same fluid is helping get her lungs ready for her dramatic entry into the world of air and breathing. Having lungs filled with liquid is fine for babies...

    Enter Our Sleep + Style Giveaway

    Enter Our Sleep + Style Giveaway

    Win super stylish maternity dresses, adorable baby outfits and Happiest Baby's SNOO Smart Sleeper, the safest, most effective baby bed ever made. (Its sleek, modern design was created by none other than the renowned designer, Yves Béhar!) SNOO quickly soothes infant crying and boosts sleep with the same rhythmic sensations babies enjoy in the womb. And, it helps parents figure out when their baby just wants a bit of soothing or needs more help (like a feeding or diaper change)....

    Putting Your Toddler's Bedtime Demands on Hold

    Putting Your Toddler's Bedtime Demands on Hold

    If your tot runs over your rules like a steamroller, try this little technique (another twist on patience-stretching) to put her unreasonable demands “on hold.” First, spend a week practicing patience-stretching 5 times a day and using white noise for all sleep. Once your tot gets used to all this, you’re ready to put her unreasonable demands “on-hold.” Here’s how. When your sleepy tyke toddles up to the night gate in her PJs and pleads for water, come immediately and...

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