Dear Santa, stop giving my kids crap (and no gift receipt) without asking me

by Becky Vieira posted in Parenting I feel compelled to begin this post with a disclaimer: I’m grateful. I’m appreciative [… Continue Reading ]

Girlfriends’ guide to rolling over in bed while pregnant

by Whitney Barthel posted in Mom Stories In the last few weeks of gestation, most moms will tell you nothing [… Continue Reading ]

Why is this baby still attached to his placenta?

by Melissa Willets posted in Mom Stories According to the New Zealand-based website Mothers Matter, “Maori believe that mothers and [… Continue Reading ]

A new twist on an old fave: Chocolate peppermint blossoms

by Lindsay Weiss posted in Life Peanut butter blossoms are really, truly, one of the best cookie inventions ever made. [… Continue Reading ]

Want experiences, not stuff this holiday? Try these dreamy ideas on for size

by Joyce Slaton posted in Life Our closets are full. The garage doesn’t have room for a car. There are [… Continue Reading ]

7 quick-and-easy Christmas cookie recipes

by BabyCenter Staff posted in Life Holiday baking can be super fun, but it also can be stressful and overwhelming. [… Continue Reading ]

Photos: Half-born babies will leave you open-mouthed

by Melissa Willets posted in Mom Stories I remember feeling my baby coming out. The searing, unearthly pain and stretching, [… Continue Reading ]

My 5-year-old says she has a twin who lives with another family

by Kelly Wilbanks posted in Parenting This sweet story about two unrelated girls who are so close they truly believe [… 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 ]