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Your bundle of joy has arrived. Congratulations! Now what? Let us help you care for, play with, and, above all, enjoy life with this fascinating little creature.
Silver was born two months ago, and he has been changing so much since then.
We all know there are some real positive reasons to breastfeed.
Colic is not easy on anyone in the family and can seem never-ending.
Looking for products you use during pregnancy that you can still use after birth? Here are one blogger's picks for products worth your money.
Having a newborn baby has a little learning curve with it, but there are some frustrating events that are also bound to happen, so be prepared!
Even if someone didn't see you out with a newborn baby it would be obvious you had one if you've shown any of these signs.
Colic is one of the mean things new parents have to deal with and this new mom is not impressed.
Breastfeeding is natural and hard, but after the first difficult 6 weeks, it gets much easier -- or at least I hope that holds true this time too.
As a new mom, I get a lot of questions from random strangers and these seven I'll be happy never to hear again.
Unlike just about every other activity, showering requires walling yourself off from your child...
If you've weaned your baby off of breast milk or gotten the pediatrician's OK to abandon formula, you've likely had this problem too -- to keep your baby sated, you now have to keep the fattiest version of cow's milk in the house.
The breastfeeding compensation program is just a small pilot initiative in the U.K.
I won't be running around, clutching my chest and yelling "They belong to ME again!"
Missouri mom, Lara Trickle, is facing court penalties for bringing her breastfed baby to court with her for jury duty.
We have often heard that “breast is best” when it comes to feeding your baby, and while much research supports that, many mothers cannot feed their baby without some sort of supplementation.
It’s no secret that the parents of foster children are oftentimes in some sort of facility.
I would like to thank CVS pharmacy for immortalizing my cleavage on a mouse pad.
I've failed to give my breastfed baby any bottles recently and now I'm worried he may reject one.
When searching for baby keepsake ideas for my last post, 11 Must-Haves For Your Baby’s Keepsake Box, I kept coming across really bizarre items labeled as a keepsake for babies.
I’m obsessed with creating my daughters’ keepsake boxes right now.
I read this bizarre clipping in the Daily News last week about this mom who had a baby born with two teeth!
Scrunchy Face was nearly 9 pounds at birth and has continued to tip the scales since, recently hitting the 98th percentile in weight for his age.
It's time to say goodbye to Babble Baby, but not before looking back at some of my favorite posts.
I skipped taking a medication because I was concerned about its safety and effects on breastfeeding.
When I got a breast reduction at 24 years old, having a baby was not on my radar, let alone nursing.
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