Summer is here, and with it comes much-needed vacation time for parents. But if you're a breastfeeding mom, how do you breastfeed while on-the-go? The process may seem daunting, so here's some advice to help you keep up your supply while traveling.
Like it or not, technology is part of our everyday lives, which means our kids are exposed to it too. Is this really a bad thing? If done in moderation, can these electronic games, toys and tablets actually makes our kids smarter?
It's a parent's worse nightmare. One minute your child is fine and the next minute she's not breathing. Worse yet, you don't really know why it happened. This is what it's like to suddenly lose a child from SIDS. And unfortunately, SIDS rates are higher for families of twins.
There's a lot of unknowns when it comes to being pregnant, and you may not be 100% comfortable asking your doctor all the questions you have buzzing around that pregnancy brain of yours. Will you really "poo" when you push? What's happening with your boobs? And will you ever fit back into your pre-pregnancy clothes again?
More and more women are seeking breastfeeding support online. The new book, The Virtual Breastfeeding Culture, explores how women are seeking breastfeeding support through social media and how it has helped them achieve their breastfeeding goals.
How do you know if adoption is right for your family? What are some of the challenges you may face when adopting a newborn? How do you overcome obstacles that may come your way?
When you've got little ones crawling all over your floor and putting EVERYTHING in their mouths, you may be thinking more closely about the products you use and their ingredients. We've switched out our common cleaning products for some all-natural homemade recipes. Find out how well they worked!
If you have a tummy pooch that won’t go away, or if your belly button mysteriously became an outie when it was always an innie... then you may have Diastasis Recti. Learn more about this condition commonly effecting twin moms and what can be done about it.
A scar is the body’s natural response to injury. Even our cervixes can grow scar tissue. And that scarring may affect fertility, pregnancy, and labor. Learn how to recognize the signs of having cervical scar tissue so you can take control of your birth experience.
Ouch! That's what happens when your sweet, little baby clamps down on you like you're a teether! Sometimes it's on accident and sometimes it's on purpose (followed by a cute smile), but it's never enjoyable for mom. So, when do babies start biting? And how do you get them to stop? Our moms share what's worked best for them!