It's Valentine's Day, you've recently had a baby, and you're scrambling for ways to celebrate your partner and your love amid the changing diapers, round-the-clock feedings, and limited alone time. Here's the good news: in the days, weeks, and months after you've had a baby, you get a pass for nearl
You may have heard of "feeding on demand," but what does that mean, what does it look like, and what do the experts say about it? You'll find a variety of opinions and schools of thought on how to feed your baby, from newborn stage through to her first table foods and beyond. One of the most prevale
Today begins Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week, a time to spread information and support further research and advocacy for the most common birth defect. Congenital heart defects (CHD) affect
With the start of the new year, there's lots of talk about planners. Seriously, you could scroll through Facebook comments about day planners for, well, days. Rest assured -- this post is not about the typical planner.
For many people, the new year often comes with feelings of recharge and renewal, which encourage us to lay out new goals, desires, or intentions. Yes, January 1 is "just another day," but the symbolic and real new beginning of the year prompts us to review and consider how we want to live in the yea