New Mom

Latest Breastfeeding Benefit Means Great Things for Baby’s Longterm Health

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The latest analysis from a cohort formed to anaylze the effects of breastfeeding on baby's health found that breastfeeding baby at and after two years old will help reduce his risk of obesity when he's 20 years old. Pretty awesome, huh? Led by Marie Françoise Rolland-Cacher and her colleagues at the Nutritional Epidemiology... read more

A Working Mom Reacts to Gwyneth Paltrow’s Latest Outrageous Comments

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What hasn't Gwyneth Paltrow come under fire for? The Oscar-winning actress has been criticized for her polarizing comments regarding her diet, her children's diet, relationships, lifestyle and money for years, but hasn't particularly said anything about being a working mother -- until now. In an interview with E!, Gwyneth pretty much said that being a working mother... read more

US Autism Rates Increase Again

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that US autism rates have increased -- again, noting that now 1 in every 68 US kids have been diagnosed on the autism spectrum disorder. The report highlights the American Academy of Pediatrics ongoing and urgent effort to get culturally sensitive screening and access to effective interventions... read more

10 Spring-Inspired Picks to Brighten Up Your Baby Gear

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In search of a little bit of a colorful pick-me-up now that the warmer weather is hopefully on its way? We are too. So, time to stow away those drab winter darks and swap 'em out for a perky pop of personality -- and color! Check out 10 products we're loving these days for their... read more

A Message from Michelle Obama for The Bump Moms (Really!)

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Back when Barack and I were expecting our first daughter, we were overwhelmed with so many emotions: excitement, wonder, hope… and occasional moments of panic at the prospect of bringing this little person into the world. We had all the usual first-time parent worries: How would we balance the needs of our growing family with... read more

Pregnancy Time-Lapse Video Is the Sweetest Thing You’ll See Today (WATCH!)

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This adorable mom- and daddy-to-be duo filmed a time-lapse of every day of their pregnancy leading up to their baby's arrival, all to the tune of a song dad wrote and performed! Dad-to-be Tom Fletcher and his partner welcomed their baby boy, Buzz Michelangelo Fletcher on January 3, 2014 and the charming little... read more

5 All-Star Tips to Make Traveling With Kids a Little Less Bumpy

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This post was written by Kori Gardner Hammel, one of the women on the chARTer Nannies team. She’s founder of the band Mates of State and tours with her daughters and the band full-time. My kids are now 6 and 9. I started touring with them when my first was 10 months... read more

Five Times as Nice! Texas Mom Delivers Preemie Quintuplets

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Here's your Friday-feel-good: Premature quintuplets delivered in North Texas are doing "remarkably well," according to their doctor. Born at 29 weeks on Tuesday, the four girls and one boy delivered by proud mama Michelle Seals were breathing on their own after birth. At their doctor's request, Dr. Vijay Nama, the director at the Baylor University... read more

5 Celebrity Moms With a Refreshing View on Their Postbaby Bodies

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In the celebrity mom world, it's not unusual for actresses and models to have a baby and be obsessed with slimming down their postbaby body (cough, Kim Kardashian) or walk the catwalk just months after giving birth (hi, Miranda Kerr). However, Kate Winslet is the latest celebrity mom to voice her views on healthy and... read more

Your 9-to-5 Is Hurting Your Baby’s Health, New Study Says

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A hop, skip and jump across the pond, where the paella is better than you'd even imagine, Spanish researchers have delivered some seriously sucky news: Moms who choose not work have healthier babies. Which means that working moms are less likely to have healthy babies. Insert sad face here. Behind study author Libertad González, the... read more