After you've delivered your baby, you may think that the rough part is over and that your body will return to normal over the next few months. In most cases, this will be true. But the fluctuation of hormones after you give birth can trigger post-pregnancy headaches. You may also experience post-pregnancy headaches if you chose to receive an epidural during … [Read more...] about Post-Pregnancy Headaches
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Deciding on what to add to a baby registry - particularly as a first-time mom - can be as exhilarating as it is overwhelming. Do I need a bassinet? What is a rocker? How many onesies will my little one go through? How many strollers do I really need? After lots of research, testing and sampling, we’ve rounded up over 30 tried and true must-haves to consider adding to your … [Read more...] about Baby Registry Must Haves for Expecting Moms
Even if your baby has little more than peach fuzz covering his head, hair care for infants requires a bit of personal care. Treat your little prince's or little diva's hair to the attention it requires. This will keep your infant looking her cutest, feeling her best and ready for all those close-up pictures that will be taken. Hair Care for InfantsHair care for infants is a … [Read more...] about Hair Care for Infants
A colicky baby can strain even the healthiest relationship. Though it's normal for infants to cry at least part of the day, a baby with colic will cry inconsolably for hours. The reasons for baby colic are largely unknown, but there are several potential treatments for colic. Experiment with colic treatments until you find the right one for your baby. Baby Colic … [Read more...] about Baby Colic Treatment
Are Children with Autism Singled Out? Why do I ask this question? Because of what happened at my son’s school just this past Friday. Why is this past Friday important? Because this past Friday was only a few short days after the latest awful school tragedy, this one in Parkland, Florida. In this version a “weird” “outcast” “loner” nineteen-year-old … [Read more...] about Are Children with Autism Singled Out?