Anisa Arsenault

Anisa Arsenault is the editorial assistant at The Bump, and was probably led there by her affinity for the video "Babies Eating Lemons for the First Time." (Having a bad day? Check it out.) Obsessed with all sorts of news and celebrities, she'll keep you updated on all that is current, relevant and funny in the world of parenthood and babies. Follow her on Twitter @anisaarsenault.

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend's 6 Goals for Perfect Parenting

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They've been married less than two years, but are already decidedly a power couple. If a quick glance at either John Legend's or Chrissy Teigen's Instagram accounts didn't already have you convinced, their recent DuJour interview will. Affectionate, irreverent and goofy, the couple got candid about their long-term plans. While we're not declaring... Read more

SIDS Slightly Linked to Elevation, Study Finds

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Babies who live at higher elevations may be at a higher risk for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, or SIDS, a new study finds. How high are we talking? Any elevation 8,000 feet or more above sea level. But if you call this height home, there's no need to pack up just yet. "The absolute risk... Read more

Keira Knightley and James Righton Welcome First Child!

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Keira Knightley is a mom! The Academy Award nominee and musician husband James Righton just welcomed their first child, according to E! News. No word on a name or gender just yet. But we do know The Imitation Game actress doesn't plan on slowing down. In a 2012 interview with Vogue, the British star said she’s not planning on being... Read more

Model and IVF Baby Josephine Skriver: 'I Am Not a Science Experiment'

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Victoria's Secret model Josephine Skriver has always been proud of her nontraditional upbringing: she was raised by a gay father, a lesbian mother and their partners -- her "bonus parents." But in a new video for  i-D, the 22-year-old Denmark native gets especially candid about being an IVF baby. "When people look at me and... Read more

Grab Your Tissues: Here's the 'Batkid Begins' Trailer

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A year and a half ago, he took over Gotham City. And next month, he's taking over the big screen. The trailer for Batkid Begins was just released, chronicling the story of Miles Scott -- also known as Batkid -- a leukemia survivor whose Make a Wish journey went viral. The then-five-year-old Miles... Read more

Trendy Toddler Dresses Just Like Harry Styles

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Michael Rangamiz has definitely got that one thing: a viral Instagram account at age two. Mirroring the fashions of One Direction's Harry Styles, the toddler has garnered over 62,000 followers. And it's all thanks to his fashion-forwad mom, who manages the account. Our question: can you still call it a "man bun" when... Read more

How Did Baby Food Become a Household Staple?

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Whether it's Gerber brand or your own homemade recipe, baby food is a staple in your household. But did you ever wonder what parents did before Beaba cookers and those little jars of smashed sweet potatoes were at the ready? Baby food as we know it didn't come on the scene until the 1920s.... Read more

Would You Try These Hands-Off Baby Swimming Lessons?

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Memorial Day Weekend means the start of summer! And it's also the end of the CDC's Healthy and Safe Swimming Week. Bottom line? Water safety is becoming high-priority for parents. You know your kids should take swimming lessons, and chances are you've heard of all sorts of baby-and-me swim classes that help acclimate your infant to the water. But... Read more

VBACs are Safer Than You Thought

For most moms, one c-section means more c-sections to follow. While a vaginal birth after a c-section (VBAC) does still come with a risk of complications, a new study found that those complications are rarer than you'd think. The study, published in the CDC's National Vital Statistics Report, found that just 20 percent of women who... Read more

Lather Up With Safe Sunscreens

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Planning to spend the long weekend outside? Sunscreen is definitely a must. But you'll want to use some discretion before you lather it on; the additives in some brands may do more harm than good. The Environmental Working Group (EWG) releases an annual sunscreen guide, vetting products with oxybenzone (which may disrupt hormone function) and... Read more