Babies and Pregnancy

Finally! A holiday card for real people

by Andrea Updyke posted in Mom Stories Since I had children, I loved the idea of sending holiday cards to friends and family. A couple different years, I even managed to get a photographer to take cute family photos in time to have all my cards addressed and mailed before Christmas. This year, I swore… […]

20 most viewed BabyCenter Community threads of 2013

by Katherine Martin posted in Mom Stories One thing that always amazes me about the BabyCenter Community is the vast array of topics that are discussed. We talk about anything and everything. But at the same time certain topics seem to resonate with members of the community. We thought it would be interesting to pull… […]

Adorable winter wardrobe inspiration for your kids

by Jennifer Borget posted in Tips & Tricks This post is part of a sponsorship with Dreft. For more baby clothing tips check out 5 tips for organizing your old baby clothes. Confession: I have a shopping addiction. But it’s not an addiction to any kind of shopping, particularly shopping for my kids. I don’t know what’s… […]

Study shows breastfeeding longer makes baby smarter

by Denise Cortes posted in Mom Stories We’ve all heard the jokes about babies who breastfeed longer than “the norm”. Sometimes they come from well-meaning friends and family members. Other times they just come from random people who don’t have a clue. “You’re still nursing?” “Isn’t he a little too old for that?” “If he’s… […]

10 Questions: Diana Bitner, MD

(MedPage Today) — What is your “elevator” pitch to persuade someone to pursue a career in medicine? No pitch, medicine is only for the passionate, says Diana Bitner, MD. That’s her answer to just one of the 10 questions the MedPage Today staff is asking leading clinicians and researchers to get their personal views on […]

7 photos to take of your baby before the end of the year

by Jennifer Borget posted in Tips & Tricks My Christmas tree and decorations are already packed away, I’m one of those people who enjoy getting it all cleaned up and cleared out before ringing in the New Year. But right after getting my husband to haul it up to the attic, I realized I hardly… […]

Eating nuts during pregnancy: Can we trust the latest advice?

by Gwen Dewar, Ph.D. posted in Mom Stories For many years, women were counseled to avoid eating peanuts and tree nuts during pregnancy and breastfeeding. There was a worry that exposing babies to nuts would put their immune systems into overdrive and increase their chances of becoming allergic. It made sense. You can’t develop an… […]

Products to jumpstart your 2014

by Roo Ciambriello posted in Products & Prizes Just a few days left in 2013. I’m looking forward to the new year! I always like to see it as a fresh start and a clean slate. Do you have some soft goals for 2014 or some New Year Resolutions? Here are some cool products for… […]

10 Questions: Steven Vogl, MD

(MedPage Today) — He’s a minor celebrity at oncology conferences for his no-nonsense questions to presenters, introduced by the familiar refrain “Vogel, New York.” We turned the tables with 10 Questions for Steven Vogl, MD, a medical oncologist in private practice in the Bronx. MedPage Today OB/Gyn

Easy pizza breadsticks your kids will love

by Kami Bigler posted in Life & Home Merry Christmas day! I hope you all are enjoying time spent with those you love. With kids home and out of school for the next week or so, you are probably looking for quick dinner ideas. Most kids love spaghetti, and most moms love it because it’s… […]

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