Bumpies Share Their Super Bowl Babies

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Gearing up for game day? Gisele Bündchen sure is. Before the AFC Championships two weeks ago (sorry, deflate-gate), she posted this picture of the supportive Brady brood on Instagram. "We are ready!!! Let's go Daddy! Let's go Pats!!!" she captioned the photo. Whether you're team Patriots or team Seahawks, you can celebrate... read more

Protect Your Nursery from Baby Monitor Hacks

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It's not the first incident we've heard of, and it probably won't be the last; another baby monitor was hacked on Tuesday, this time in a Houston home. The nanny, Ashley Stanley, was changing baby Samantha's diaper when she heard a man's voice telling her just how dirty it was. “I heard someone talking on the camera monitor... read more

Would You Pay Thousands for a Unique Baby Name?

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What's in a name? A unique identity worth $31,000? Probably not. But Marc Hauser is trying to convince you otherwise. Hauser is the CEO of Erfolgswelle, a Swiss firm that generates unique baby names. And this isn't an automated, randomized or arbitrary process; a team of 14 experts, 12 translators, four historians and two... read more

Shakira Welcomes Baby No. 2

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Shakira and Gerard Piqué welcomed baby boy Sasha Piqué Mebarak yesterday, confirms the singer's website. "The name Sasha is of Greek and Russian descent and means 'defender of mankind' and 'warrior,'" the birth announcement says. Sasha is the couple's second son, joining big brother Milan, 2. In preparation for baby no. 2, Shakira and Gerard... read more

A Little TV Might Benefit Baby

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You can feel a little less guilty about setting up the bouncer in front of the TV while you're cooking dinner -- a new study says a little TV might actually be helpful to baby. Fair warning: standard cartoons might not cut it. The Emory University study, published in the journal Child Development, only... read more

Should Pregnant Women Get Cash Incentives to Quit Smoking?

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Smoking isn’t good for anyone, especially moms-to-be. But one country is finding success in getting pregnant women to quit — with cash incentives. Researchers in Scotland found that providing financial incentives might be the key to getting pregnant women to quit -- for good. They provided a group of pregnant women with £50 shopping vouchers each, and... read more

Molly Sims Shares Her Hospital Bag Packing List

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Molly Sims has been modeling and acting since she was 19, appearing in Sports Illustrated and playing Delinda Deline on Las Vegas. The actress, who is mom to son Brooks and expecting her second child, is taking on a new role: author. Her new book, The Everyday Supermodel, shares her beauty, fashion and health... read more

A Cure for Peanut Allergies?

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Seats might be opening up at the peanut-free table; Australian researchers found a possible cure for people with potentially-fatal peanut allergies. The secret's in a daily dose of peanut protein powder and the probiotic Lactobacillus rhamnosus. After eating this mixture in increasing amounts for 18 months, 80 percent of the participants in the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute... read more

Moms in Comedy: A List for 2015

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Meet Shayna Ferm and Tracey Tee, the ladies behind The Pump and Dump Validation Tour. These Denver-based moms are here to remind you that even on your worst parenting day, you're doing a great job. And whether it's via song at their parentally-incorrect live comedy shows or via blog post on The Bump,... read more

Unplanned Pregnancies Are on the Decline

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Unintended pregnancy rates are falling across the US, according to a new study from the Guttmacher Institute. While the rates aren't consistent across the board, 28 states did see a drop in unintended pregnancies of 5 percent or more since 2006. This decline coincides with the introduction of new, more effective birth control methods... read more