Target's clever redesign will make you love it even more

by Michelle Stein posted in Life It's no secret parents have a serious love affair with Target. But those of [... Continue Reading ]

1 daily serving of 100% juice is not an obesity risk, study says

by Claudia Boyd-Barrett posted in Parenting Letting your child have one 6-to-8 ounce serving of 100 percent fruit juice a [... Continue Reading ]

7 classic kids' movies that traumatized us for life

by Laura Falin posted in Life I loved going to the movies as a kid. My kids don't know how [... Continue Reading ]

Pregnant after a loss: 5 tips for when you just don't want to talk about it

by Tara Shafer posted in Pregnancy When a woman experiences pregnancy after losing a baby, one of the first questions [... Continue Reading ]

6 cute "mom" shoes I could totally wear 24/7

by Lindsay Weiss posted in Life This is not a sponsored post. I purchased these shoes for myself and genuinely [... Continue Reading ]

Why grandparents and siblings are key for early autism diagnosis

by Michelle Stein posted in Parenting Early diagnosis plays an important role in the effectiveness of treatment for children with [... Continue Reading ]

13 places you should go with your kids (before they get old and start complaining)

by Joyce Slaton posted in Products Modern parents prefer experiences to things. Or as BabyCenter's global editor-in-chief Linda Murray put [... Continue Reading ]

Meet Julia, Sesame Street's first character with autism

by Michelle Stein posted in Parenting Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Big Bird, and the rest of the Sesame Street gang are [... Continue Reading ]

In The Womb: How Your Baby’s Senses Develop

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 ]

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

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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 ]