You arrive at your OB/GYN appointment, and they ask you to pee in a small cup. They’re not testing to see if you’re pregnant- so what exactly are they looking for? Will you need to pee in a cup before every appointment?
What are the four main ways children misbehave, and what are some great ways deal with those situations before they get out of hand?
You love your children, and you want what’s best for them. But who would take care of them if something happened to both you and your spouse or partner?
Oh no! Your child is in the terrible twos which means she's probably asserting herself in ways you never thought were possible. So, how do you turn the terrible twos into terrific twos?
Walking into a large baby store can be completely daunting before you have your baby. So, how do you narrow it down to the key items you'll need during your baby's first month?
What should we be doing as parents to help prepare our kids for work and life? How can parents love and encourage their kids throughout life without becoming too involved?
You're pregnant and in the process of putting together your health care team. So, what's a midwife and how can they help? Will you still need to see an OB/GYN?
It's easy to feel overwhelmed by all the prenatal vitamins currently available. So, what are the main ingredients you should look for? Should you take the same prenatal vitamin throughout your pregnancy?
Being sick while pregnant isn't easy, especially if your favorite over-the-counter medications are off limits. So, what medicine do doctors still consider safe during pregnancy?
Heartburn during pregnancy is pretty common and it rarely has anything to do with eating spicy foods. So, what can you do to calm that constant burning sensation brought on by your little one?
Sex probably got you pregnant, but should you keep doing it once your pregnancy test turns positive? Is it really safe for mom and baby? How comfortable is sex while pregnant?
Your period is late, but are you really pregnant? What are some of the common symptoms most women experience within the first month of pregnancy? I’m Sunny Gault with The New Mommy Media Network. We’ll answer that question and more after the break.
Puberty, birth and conception. How do you know when your child is ready and the time is right for the conversations? What's the best way to approach these topics so you don't overwhelm her? And who should do the talking- mom or dad?
It's often frustrating when your child is constantly defying you. So, what do you do when even simple situations quickly turn into major power struggles? What triggers kids to challenge their parents and behave this way? How do you get out of these power struggles and prevent them in the future?