In The Womb: How Your Baby’s Senses Develop

Fetal senses development

Humans have five basic senses: Sight, smell, taste, hearing and touch. You may be wondering just when, during your pregnancy, your tiny baby can start feeling, smelling, tasting, hearing and see. You will be surprised to know that it is a lot earlier than you think! Your baby’s senses begin to develop from the moment [… Continue Reading ]

Man looking for lady to conceive next-level perfect eclipse baby

by Maggie Downs posted in Life Ladies, have I got a deal for you: It involves a Craigslist ad, a [… Continue Reading ]

The 7 coolest crowd-funded baby products right now

by Joyce Slaton posted in Products Got some scratch burning a hole in your pockets? Maybe you want to get [… Continue Reading ]

Do you believe in any of these pregnancy eclipse superstitions?

by Laura Falin posted in Life Here in Colorado, we’re gearing up for the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21. [… Continue Reading ]

I use TV as a babysitter and I'm not sorry

by Michelle Stein posted in Parenting Nap time is the one part of my day when I can actually focus [… Continue Reading ]

Pregnancy is ______: Moms in the trenches fill in the blank

by Sara McGinnis posted in Pregnancy Ask a few pregnant women to tell you what pregnancy is, and you’re bound [… Continue Reading ]

The worst thing about loss club: We don’t talk about loss club

by Melissa Willets posted in Pregnancy One of my longtime favorite quotes is attributed to Groucho Marx: “I’d never join [… Continue Reading ]

10 things your kid's preschool teacher wishes you knew

by Deidra Romero posted in Parenting We are gearing up for my son’s last year of preschool. As we quickly [… Continue Reading ]

27 sure signs you've been a mother too long

by Betsy Shaw posted in Parenting I’ve been a mom for 15 years. This once completely alien identity — mother [… Continue Reading ]

Shoe Size During Pregnancy – Do Your Feet Really Get Bigger?

feet during pregnancy

Swollen Feet During Pregnancy You may find your shoes are no longer that comfortable during the second and third trimesters and one of the culprits may be swelling of your feet. Pregnancy triggers many changes in your body and lots of things tend to get bigger, including your feet! During pregnancy, the extra fluid in [… Continue Reading ]