parenting

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Nothing captures the essence of parenthood quite like stock photos. What's that? You don't agree? Neither does Sara Given, the Ohio mom behind the new Tumblr account It's Like They Know Us. She's calling out the stock photo depictions of motherhood, from blissful breast pumping glam shots to the number of white couches featured in these photos... read more

ABC Kids Expo 2014: Editors’ Picks

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We got the chance to scope out the latest and greatest in baby gear at the 2014 All Baby & Child Expo in Las Vegas, and we're excited to announce our top picks. Because after your wonderful little miracle of life, we all know it's the awesome gear that makes parenting totally worth it. read more

Eva Amurri Martino Stayed in Bed For a Week After Giving Birth: Would You?

Eva Amurri Martino is one proud mama after welcoming daughter Marlowe Mae with husband Kyle Martino on August 9. In an interview with People, the first-time mom discloses that even though she didn't have any breastfeeding issues with Marlowe -- aside from her eating too fast -- it was challenging at first.... read more

Genius Product That’s Better Than a Diaper Bag?

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There's a whole lot of diaper bags out there in every style imaginable -- chevron, leather, ruched, Hello Kitty -- we've seen it all. Feeling like you'd rather just not choose at all? Totally fine. Now, you have the option of turning your everyday purse into a diaper bag. The magic is in this organizer by Life... read more

Kim Kardashian Chose North West’s Name Because of These 2 Celebrities

What, you didn't think Kim Kardashian and Kanye West chose North West's name all by themselves, did you? The reality star told British GQ in their September issue that two very noteworthy celebrities persuaded them to elevate North from a rumor to a real name. While at the Mercer Hotel in New York... read more

How You’re Feeding Baby Has Longterm Effects — Here’s What to Do

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In an effort to get to the bottom of just how important infant nutrition is, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) conducted a study over six years long. After following the health and nutrition of babies starting in the third trimester until age one, researchers circled back after... read more

So How Many Parents Get Their Babies Vaccinated?

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You've probably heard about parents choosing not to vaccinate. But exactly how many people are opting for shots? According to the recently-published 2013 National Immunization Survey by the Center for Disease Control, vaccine coverage was at 90 percent last year. Basically, everyone is getting baby vaccinated with the routinely-recommended childhood immunizations: measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR),... read more

New​! Brush Baby’s Teeth With Fluoride, Doctors Say

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A new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics says to bring on the fluoride toothpaste as soon as baby's teeth start to come in. This comes in response to the fact that dental caries, or tooth decay, is the most common chronic disease in US children, especially among poor and minority populations.... read more

5 Apps to Make the Most out of Date Night

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Having a baby changes everything, including your relationship. For new parents, date nights are definitely few and far between, but we really can't stress their importance enough. We'll even make it easy for you. Swipe past all those parenting apps and check out five tools that will make throwing together a romantic evening a breeze. 1. PRIV... read more

The Really Important Reason You Shouldn’t Try to Be a “Super Parent”

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It's been written off as the result of hormonal changes for years, but postpartum depression, and new-parent mental health in general, may have more to do with the way our culture shapes parenting. As you've probably noticed, having a baby is a pretty life-altering thing. So it's not surprising that new moms and new dads are especially... read more