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Breastfeeding Success Story: Carrie from Hamblen County WIC

Breastfeeding Success Story: Carrie from Hamblen County WIC“Carrie enjoyed breastfeeding her daughter Josephine and was looking forward to having the same experience with her second baby, Andrea.  After Andrea’s birth, Josephine became jealous of her new sister, especially when it became time to nurse.  Carrie became so frustrated that she considered weaning Andrea from the breast at 4 months instead of 12 months as she had planned.  However with the help of the WIC Breastfeeding Peer Counselors, Carrie was able to come up with ways to involve big sister with feeding and avoid weaning Andrea.”

Carrie from Hamblen County WIC

Breastfeeding Success Story: Ariel from Louisiana WIC

Breastfeeding Success Story: Ariel from Louisiana WIC“Breastfeeding is important to me because I wanted to ensure that I had a strong bond with my daughter. The moment I found out I was pregnant I knew that breastfeeding would be the choice for me and my baby. I researched on the Internet and heard many stories from other mothers about the joys and the benefits of breastfeeding not only for me but for my baby.

Breastfeeding is an amazing experience that I am enjoying.  It’s so good to know that my daughter is obtaining nourishment from the milk that my body is providing. I feel empowered to know that I am able to give Kennedy the best. Doing this the old fashion way is a big accomplishment for me. It keeps me motivated to continue this beautiful journey with my daughter.”

Ariel from Louisiana WIC

New Study Finds Breastfeeding May Reduce C-Section Pain

For all the challenges you hear about breastfeeding after a c-section – the immediate separation from your baby, the anesthesia and pain medications that affect milk supply, and the pain of lifting and holding a baby after major surgery – there is some good news that is changing the narrative. A new study finds breastfeeding may reduce c-section pain.

There are many reasons to breastfeed your baby and this may be an added benefit for the 25% of moms who deliver via c-section in the U.S.

New Study Finds Breastfeeding May Reduce C-Section PainThe study included 185 moms who had c-sections. The moms were interviewed 24-hours, 72-hours and 4 months after giving birth. The interviews discussed both breastfeeding and pain caused by the c-section.

The findings were wildly positive in favor of breastfeeding: The moms who breastfed for more than 2 months were far less likely to experience chronic c-section pain (as defined by pain beyond 3 months postpartum.) Only 8% of moms in the study who breastfed for 2 or more months experienced chronic c-section pain. This is much better than the average of 25% of new moms who report chronic c-section pain, including those in this study who breastfed for less than 2 months.

Another interesting finding came out of the study too: new moms who experienced anxiety during breastfeeding are more likely to have chronic c-section pain of up to four months after childbirth.

The research was reported at the Euroanaesthesia Congress 2017 held in Geneva, Switzerland. The study continues with a new group of moms to verify the current data.

Researchers hope that these positive indications, along with a host of additional benefits of breastfeeding for babies and mothers, will encourage more new moms to breastfeed for longer periods of time.

Especially for mothers who deliver via c-section, breastfeeding can be more challenging and the success rate is lower. However knowing that it could help mothers heal and reduce pain is a wonderful advantage of breastfeeding that can motivate moms to stick to their own goals and the standard recommendation of up to 6 months of exclusive breastfeeding and continued breastfeeding for a year or more.

Sources: Medical News Today and Romper


Breastfeeding Success Story: Hope from Darke County La Leche League

Breastfeeding Success Story: Hope from Darke County La Leche League“When I found out I was pregnant with my first child I read everything I could find on pregnancy and childbirth. I knew I would breastfeed, my mother had breastfed all but one of my five siblings and I, and I was very familiar with the multiple benefits that came with breastfeeding. While I did take classes on childbirth, I decided that I did not need to learn about breastfeeding while I was pregnant. I thought I would simply put the baby to my breast and she would do all the work. While it might work that way for some it didn’t for me.

My daughter’s birth went perfectly. It was the natural unmedicated birth I had planned and Evie latched on almost immediately. Her latch was uncomfortable and mildly painful, but I had heard that breastfeeding was painful at first, so I did my best to ignore it. She also frequently lost suction and had trouble staying latched.

Then by the end of her first day, despite her frequent feedings, she had failed to have any wet diapers. The nurses set me up with a pump but I was unable to get more than a few drops on the first try, so they told me that I would have to supplement with formula.

With this began the rigorous schedule of trying to nurse, then pumping, then feeding my milk in a bottle, and then supplementing with formula every two to three hours around the clock. I cried a lot. I cried over the loss of the perfect and easy nursing relationship I envisioned with my child. I cried over the sense of betrayal of my body. The nurses told me that I had flat nipples and they were too large for my daughter’s small mouth. Their words and the sad looks on their faces as I continued to get very little milk out with the pump made me feel as if my body had failed me.

It took three days before they would release us because of her rough start and by the time we got home, she had started to refuse to latch on to the breast. Thankfully her breast refusal didn’t last for more than a few days and when my milk came in, I thought my troubles were over. I was wrong again.

Over the course of three and a half months, I battled with low supply, cracked and painful nipple, clogged ducts, mastitis, and postpartum depression. During that time, I discovered that I could use an SNS to give my milk through a feeding tube while she nursed at my breast. It wasn’t ideal but it worked and cut down on the time it took to feed her bottles. I still had to alternate between the SNS and bottles because the damage to my nipples had become quite severe due to my baby’s bad latch and poor pumping instructions from the hospital. I remember referring to the damage as looking like blown tires and even the lactation consultant I saw winced visibly when she saw how bad they were.

Breastfeeding Success Story: Hope from Darke County La Leche LeagueI vigilantly searched for answers to my breastfeeding problems, saw a lactation consultant several times, joined a nearby breastfeeding support group La Leche League (LLL) of Celina, and saw the WIC Peer Helper regularly. I asked for help from my family doctor, my OB, and my daughter’s pediatrician only to be told “there is nothing I can do” and “some women just can’t breastfeed”. I refused to accept this and after being encouraged by my LLL group to have my daughter evaluated for tongue tie, I took her to a local dentist around six weeks old and he confirmed a tongue tie and snipped it. He then told me that he didn’t think that the revision would help because she had a “tight tongue”. He was right that it didn’t help, but he was wrong about why. She didn’t have a “tight tongue”, she had a posterior tongue tie.

In my search for answers after the first procedure, I happened upon a website that talked about posterior tongue tie and its symptoms in a breastfed infant. My daughter had almost all of them. It took us several weeks to get into a dentist who specialized in releasing posterior tongue tie.

My daughter, Evie was a little over 3 months when her tongue tie was finally fully released. I noticed an immediate decrease in the pain from nursing after the procedure and after a little over a week I no longer needed to pump and supplement her because she was finally able to transfer all the milk she needed on her own.

I was so relieved and I was also so angry. I had suffered and struggled for over three months so that I could provide my child with the best nutrition only to find out that it was all due to a simple anatomical malformation that should have been looked for and found by one of our doctors. But none of them even looked. I was angry that the first dentist we saw was not educated enough to diagnose a posterior tongue tie. I was angry because the first three months of her life were such a blur and I missed out on enjoying them because most of our healthcare workers know close to nothing about breastfeeding and choose not to educate themselves on it. I have since turned this anger into a passion for assisting other parents who are struggling to breastfeed.

There were so many times that I wanted to give up, especially those late nights when I would jolt awake after falling asleep while pumping (yes if you are exhausted enough this can happen). However, I stuck with it and I am so glad I did. Despite all these difficulties, I do not regret those months I struggled, breastfeeding was worth fighting for. I went on to breastfeed my daughter until she was two and a half and I am currently still breastfeeding my son who is two. I am happy to say that I have had no difficulties with breastfeeding my son. Breastfeeding began as one of the most challenging things I had encountered in my life and blossomed into one of the most rewarding things I have ever done.”

Hope, Leader from Darke County La Leche League

Reasons to Celebrate Back-to-School

The kids may not agree but most moms think back-to-school is the most glorious time of year. It’s not that moms don’t like spending time with their kids, but after two or three months of having all the kids at home, it’s time for a little structure, academics and quietness, don’t ya think? If you’re with us, you’ll want to read our reasons to celebrate back-to-school.

Reason #1: Routine

Ah, it’s so nice to know exactly what your day will look like, at least Monday – Friday. The school year offers a refreshing routine including earlier bedtimes and set activity schedules. Kids usually thrive on routine so you may even notice a nice attitude shift in your children as you settle into a healthy school year routine.

Reasons to Celebrate Back-to-SchoolReason #2: Learning

As much as you try to play the role of teacher over the summer, nothing beats the academics your child gets at school. Surely you’ve done a good job bridging the gap to help your children pick up where they left off. Now you get to watch their minds expand as they build their knowledge with another great year at school.

Reason #3: Focus on the Littles

When the big kids go back-to-school, you have an amazing opportunity to focus on your baby or toddler in ways that’s just not possible with everyone at home. You and your little one will love sharing quality time together with tailored activities for her level.

Reason #4: Productivity

It’s SO hard to get things done with the kids in the house 24/7. Even sweet helpers aren’t always keen on mommy’s endless to-do list. Finally you’ll have a chance to check off some big items you’ve been trying to finish since May.

Reason #5: New Friends

A new school year means a new group of friends for your kiddos. That’s not to say you should discard old friendships, but mixing up the play mates can be a great social opportunity for your children. Plus, you may make a few new mom friends as well.

Reason #6: Saving Money

Summer is expensive! Between vacations, pool memberships, day excursions and eating out more, summertime activities really add up. Being back in school may save you some big bucks!

Reason #7: Free Time

Perhaps you’ve forgotten what this term “F-R-E-E T-I-M-E” means. It’s actually time when you may get to do something you enjoy, such as read a magazine, take a yoga class or eat at a restaurant with adults – only adults. Does this sound familiar? You’ll get the hang of it really fast, we promise!

Reason #8: Rejuvenation

With life back in order and everyone in their groove, your family will feel rejuvenated and have a renewed sense of love and appreciation for one another. Although you may have less time together, with your refreshed outlook the time will be more meaningful and enjoyable.

What are your reasons to celebrate back-to-school?

Breastfeeding Success Story: Kayla from La Leche League of Ashtabula Geauga Lake

Dear Leading Lady,


I would like to express my gratitude to Leading Lady for donating breastfeeding apparel to my La Leche League of Ashtabula Geauga Lake.


I love my lacy white bra! I certainly needed a comfortable and stylish nursing bra that fit!


I reside in rural Florida and no LLL chapter exists here, currently. I reached out to LLL Leader Adele McHenry-Koenen online for support and also guidance about building a support group for breastfeeding in my local community. She has been very resourceful, helpful, and kind. I am very grateful for her and this online breastfeeding community for providing a safe space to express concerns, exchange ideas, and celebrate milestones with. I also, thank you so much for supporting breastfeeding! It can be a tough journey to begin with, but, the benefits far outnumber the alternatives and I wouldn’t exchange our breastfeeding journey for anything.


My little one just turned one year old on Aug. 25th, the day Black Breastfeeding Week started, as well. We plan on continuing breastfeeding until baby shows disinterest and there are no signs of that happening any time soon! Leading Lady and La Leche League USA groups are paramount in the breastfeeding success stories of many.


With Gratitude,


Breastfeeding Success Story: Stacy from Ashtabula Geauga Lake La Leche League

Breastfeeding Success Story: Stacy from Ashtabula Geauga Lake La Leche League“I am currently breastfeeding my newly turned 1-year-old, we made it to the one year mark…what a relief, an accomplishment.

Holdan has been my most difficult baby to date- tongue tie, gastrointestinal issues, intolerances to foods, elimination diets, constant crying (for hours and hours straight), and never wanting to be put down. That is very taxing on a mom of five who just wants five minutes to use the bathroom and regroup.

However, he has been an exceptional nurser from the beginning, and still nurses very well. To this day, he still likes to nurse every three hours throughout the night. I also, tandem nursed for 6-months prior when my fourth child Urijah finally self-weaned. It wasn’t easy, but I managed. It was quite an experience, especially with the aversions I was having with my toddler wanting to nurse. I will say it was pretty awesome that my body was able to provide for both though!

As far as my other three kiddos go… I tried breastfeeding my first two but they quickly developed a milk protein allergy so with a lack of education, support, and just following the pediatrician’s orders I didn’t make it very long and quickly gave up. My third I never breastfed. With my fourth, I gave it a go again and that is where the support of my local La Leche group truly helped me gain success.

Some days I didn’t know how I would get through it with all the breastfeeding obstacles I was faced with. I cried A LOT!!! I stressed, panicked, and let my anxiety get the best of me often. Breastfeeding is NOT easy!!! There have been so many times of despair from nursing strikes to clogged ducts to latch issues to low milk supply to endless hours of crying episodes at the breast. I wanted to give up so many times!

This breastfeeding journey has been an indescribable time in my life. I always say that breastfeeding has been the second greatest journey of life, the first being a mom to a special needs child. Both have been very lonely journeys for me because of the lack of support from those closest to me, so it is with great gratitude that my local La Leche League was there to provide the reassurance when I needed it the most.

I really cannot express how grateful I am for the amount of support I have received from the leader of the group, Adele McHeney-Koenen and the other group members. They are the ONLY support I have besides my husband, so I am extremely thankful they have been there when needed.

There were times when I privately messaged Adele in desperate need for help, and she respond in rapid speed and calmed all my fears. The group has helped me cope by providing helpful suggestions from personal experiences or directing me to reliable resources, so that I never questioned whether I was inadequate. They gave me a safe place to vent, be heard, cry if I needed to, and encouraged me to keep going even when I wanted to give up.

Because of this amazing community and the support of my wonderful husband, I now understand and value the worth of breastfeeding. It is so much more than feeding your baby. I feel empowered and confident that I can do anything because of the support I have been engulfed with. I can proudly say that because of this support I have been exclusively breastfeeding for almost four-years and will continue until the next one self-weans.

Breastfeeding has been a source of strength, selflessness, and unconditional love for me. It has defined my inner strength and has helped me to renew my faith in God and myself. Breastfeeding is not for everyone, and it may be very difficult to understand what I have experienced, but it is a vessel of a special kind of love and bond that makes you never want this chapter in your life to be forgotten. It is something I will cherish forever, and when it does end there will be heartbreak, but I will know I have experienced some of the most extraordinary blessings of my life that will never ever compare to what’s ahead.

Thanking God always for this life and these precious days I have spent with my babies, and for the constant reminder that my babies will always need me as much as I need them❤”

Stacy from Ashtabula Geauga Lake La Leche League

Breastfeeding Success Story: Natalie, WIC Nutritionist from Mt. Sinai St. Luke’s WIC

Breastfeeding Success Story: Natalie, WIC Nutritionist from Mt. Sinai St. Luke’s WIC“My daughter Courtney was born a week early and at 22 months old; she has perfected her latch and is a pro at multitasking while nursing.

Breastfeeding continues to be an empowering and learning experience; with my profession not only do I educate and support mothers about breastfeeding, but we connect and build a mutual rapport and exchange of information.

Breastfeeding was a personal goal of mine because I wanted to have a breastfeeding experience and I wanted to save money by not having to purchase formula. In the beginning breastfeeding took over my life and after a few weeks we became comfortable and we got a routine going…except for when she cluster fed.

Breastfeeding has been and continues to be a wonderful and beautiful journey.”

Natalie, WIC Nutritionist from Mt. Sinai St. Luke’s WIC

Breastfeeding Success Story: Danielle from La Leche League of Jacksonville, FL

Breastfeeding Success Story: Danielle from La Leche League of Jacksonville, FL“After every storm we know that if you look around, you will find a rainbow. Breastfeeding was my rainbow that appeared after the storm of my son’s birth. I had spent seven months educating myself about the birth process as well as breastfeeding so I could do what I felt was/is best for my son. My breastfeeding story wouldn’t be complete without his birth story, which I had wrote about a week after he was born.

June 14th came and went with no sign of going into labor. After all we had heard many times that the average first time mom doesn’t have their baby until 41 weeks and a day. We hit my birthday and there were still no signs of going into labor despite Dr. Lauren Cost adjusting me twice a week and doing acupressure. We had Dr. Kipnis strip my membranes in hopes that would get the ball rolling.

The following day I started to have contractions around 10:30 am. They continued throughout the day but by 9:30 pm that night they had subsided. I was disappointed. I was ready to get on with it, especially since I knew that with each passing day, we were looking at being medically induced. Over the weekend we had attempted numerous at home techniques to induce with no luck. I was getting increasingly frustrated with my body, but I knew that wasn’t going to help anything.

Monday June 26th while doing the antepartum testing Midwife Kayce Adams checked and I was 3 cm dilated but as we thought Baby Logan wasn’t engaged yet, and I still wasn’t having consistent contractions. So my membranes got stripped again. We were scheduled to go in to be induced Tuesday night but I thought I was in labor. Turns out yet again the contractions had subsided and there was no progress.

Wednesday morning I went back to the hospital to check on Logan and me. We were both still doing well, just no sign of labor. Miss Kayce Adams was there again, she checked me and I was 3-4cm dilated and baby Logan still had yet to engage. I was frustrated, however, Miss Adams informed me that if we came back the following morning to be induced there were only Midwives on call.

At 3 am on Thursday, June 29th I woke up to contractions. They were 5-10 minutes apart. I was excited that things were happening yet scared because I didn’t want it to stall out again. Mentally I couldn’t handle it if things stalled out again. The contractions were getting stronger and closer together. Lisa, our Doula, arrived about 5 am. I moved around between the ball, the shower, walking around the house. I kept applying clary sage and lavender oils to keep my mood calm.

We were scheduled to go into the hospital at 7am. So we went. When we got there I was relieved to see L&D Nurse Dom. I had met her during two of the antepartum testing visits and knew she would do everything she could so we could have a natural birth. Midwife LT Miller was on call that day and would be working with us. She asked how we felt about inducing and agreed to wait a few hours to see if I was making any progress before deciding anything. After all Logan and I were still holding strong.

I was hooked up to the Monica so I was able to move around freely. Andrew and Lisa helped me through each contraction, commenting on how well I was handling it. The floor was busy that day, which worked out in our favor because for the most part we were left alone.

But about 4 pm the contractions were getting difficult to get through and my body was giving out. We had decided to let them break my water. They also did an ultrasound. I was still only at 4-5 cm, and baby was still in the same station. My spirit was starting to break. I knew we were on a path of interventions that were not in our plan. We had spent months preparing and learning everything we could to have a natural birth and that was very quickly slipping away.

By 7pm the Midwife had come in. Logan was having d cells with every contraction and my body was giving out. My legs were shaking and I was starting to feel light headed. The decision to have a C-section was made. There was no other way, I wasn’t progressing and for the health of myself and baby, it had to be done. I’ll admit, I was ready. I knew my body couldn’t take anymore.

They moved very quickly to prep for the C-section. Within less than 10 min I was being whisked away to the operating room. I was scared. Once in there, everyone was a stranger to me. The room was small and I no longer had my support to get through contractions. The spinal tap hurt and made my body jerk. Once in position I started to feel my lower body go numb. And then I started having trouble breathing, and my body was shaking uncontrollably.

Andrew had finally come into the room but I couldn’t focus. There were multiple times where I thought I was going to lose consciousness. I remember them telling me I was going to feel a lot of pressure and then I heard him cry.

Logan James Magnuson was born on Thursday June 29th, 2017 at 7:40 pm, weighing 7 lbs 8 oz and 20.5 inches long. Andrew cut the cord, and watched over Logan since I was unable to. They placed him on my chest but I couldn’t do anything. I’m glad he had his daddy there to stand in my place. It wasn’t long before Andrew and Logan left the OR while they closed me up.

Once back in the room, I was still numb. I had a hard time moving, which made nursing for the first time almost impossible. I was amazed at the little bundle in my arms, and happy that he was finally here. However, the feeling of helplessness was overwhelming. There were too many people, too many wires. It wasn’t until much later, early Friday morning that I was able to just snuggle my little man, and love on him. It was an amazing feeling to love a little being that much. And to be completely enthralled with everything about him, was beyond imagination. Despite the struggle he was worth every bit of it.

That was the storm. Andrew said Logan was ready to latch the second he was pulled from my belly, and it was true. As soon as Logan and I were reunited, we started nursing. It was easy, other than it being difficult to move, it was like he was born to do it. Not only did he run with breastfeeding my body was on board too.

We were discharged from the hospital 36 hours after he was born and despite my c-section my milk had come in the night we got home. We didn’t have any issues after going home either, even though my doula warned us that his lip tie and tongue tie would cause issues. Neither proved to be an issue.

Breastfeeding was my rainbow. Logan is almost 7 weeks old now and our biggest issue when it comes to feeding is that he’s refusing to take a bottle. The bond we have thanks to breastfeeding is indescribable. The moments shared are precious. There’s nothing like waking up in the morning snuggling as he looks into my soul with his bright little eyes as he eats breakfast.”

Danielle from La Leche League of Jacksonville, FL


Labor Day Activities for Kids

Labor Day Activities for KidsWe’re headed into Labor Day weekend – are you ready for some family fun? Whether you’re traveling out of town or sticking around to enjoy your hometown offerings, we’ve got some fun Labor Day activities for kids in mind for you this weekend:

Festival or Concert: Is your city having an outdoor festival or concert this weekend? Check out the local flavorings and support your community by attending with your family. Usually outdoor event venues have designated kids’ zones where your little ones can enjoy bouncing, running, face painting and other kid-friendly Labor Day activities.

Read Books about Communities: When you break it down, Labor Day is about community. From board books to elementary school level books, there are plenty of good reads about the jobs, responsibilities, qualities and attitudes that make thriving communities.

Play Dress-Up: Bust out the costume bin and play dress-up with some of your child’s favorite community helpers such as doctors, firefighters, mail carriers or chefs. This is an excellent opportunity for role-playing and make-believe as well. Even your youngest family members can get involved by exploring items in a toy doctor’s kit or donning fun hats.

Career Book: For pre-K age children and above, make a career book that highlights some of your child’s favorite community helpers. It gives your child an opportunity to feature himself in a variety of roles as he dreams of having different careers when he grows up.

Play Labor Day Games: Turn some favorite careers into games. For example, create red and green signs that a police office may use while directing traffic and play Red Light, Green Light using the signs. Or play 20 questions to guess each family member’s favorite community helper.

Model Cars: Turn shoeboxes or other cardboard boxes into cars that workers in the community use, such as an ambulance, bulldozer, delivery truck or army tank. This is a fun craft that your kids can keep and enjoy for years to come.

Gather with Neighbors: What says community like a neighborhood BBQ? Invite neighbors over for a pot luck celebration of your community.

Thank Workers: Make a point for your family to extend a heartfelt thanks to workers in your community. You can do this by writing thank you cards, drawing pictures, delivering baked goods or just shaking hands and saying “thanks.” These small gestures go a long way to those who work hard to make your community a great place.

Have a wonderful holiday as you enjoy these Labor Day activities for kids!

Sources: Care and Education

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Breastfeeding Glossary
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Breastfeeding in Public
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breastfeeding makes you hungry
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Breastfeeding May Reduce Risk of Endometriosis
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breastfeeding on Valentine's Day
Breastfeeding Policy
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Breastfeeding Promotes Healthy Eating Habits
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Breastfeeding Registry
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Breastfeeding Tips
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Breastfeeding with Inverted Nipples
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breathing techniques during pregnancy
bug spray
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caesarean section
can dads have postpartum depression
can pregnant women eat shrimp
car accident while pregnant
car activities for kids
car safety during pregnancy
Car Seats for Every Age
Carotenemia in Babies
causes of preterm labor
celebrate baby's first Thanksgiving
Celebrate Mother's Day
celebrate Valentine's Day with your kids
Celebrating New Years with Kids
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Celebrity Babies
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child development
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Children's Play
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Christmas crafts
Christmas Eve
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chubby babies
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Cluster Feeding
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Comfortable Bras
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common poisons
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compression tights
confident children
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cooking with kids this Thanksgiving
Cool Fit Nursing Bra
Coping with Sleep Deprivation
cord blood banking
corn maze
cosmetics during pregnancy
cotton nursing bra
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cradle cap
craft ideas for the holidays
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Crawling and Sleep
Creative Kids Ornaments
crib safety
cross eyed baby
crossed eyes
Crossing the Midline
crossover nursing bra
Cute Babies
cute maternity clothes
dad and baby bonding
dads and babies
dads with depression
Danah Bordner
dangers of smoking during pregnancy
dangers of smoking while breastfeeding
dates for new moms
deciding to have a second child
Decisions You Have to Make on your Baby’s Birth Day
decrease a baby's risk of SIDS
dental health
depression and weaning
detox while breastfeeding
developing baby's senses
development of hearing
developmental milestones
diaper bag
diaper bags
diaper change
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Diapering Tips
dietary restrictions
dieting while breastfeeding
different ways to praise a child
digital media
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disadvantages of being left handed
discipline tactics that work
DIY baby Halloween costumes
DIY holiday ornaments
do kids need supplements
does my baby need therapy
dogs and kids
donate breast milk
donating toys
Doutzen Kroes
dream feeding
Drew Barrymore
drinking while pregnant
dropping naps
dry drowning
dry skin
Dysphoric Milk Ejection Reflex
ear infection
ear wax buildup
early childhood
early detection and breast cancer
Earth Day
Earth-Friendly Baby Care
Earth-Friendly Halloween Decorations
easy Halloween costumes
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eating fish during pregnancy
Eating Fish During Pregnancy and While Breastfeeding
eating fish while breastfeeding
eating healthy during Halloween
Eating your Placenta
eco-friendly baby care
economics of breastfeeding
Elie Saab
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emotions behind weaning
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Extended Breastfeeding
factors that influence Length of Labor
facts about breast cancer
facts about Valentine's Day
fall activities
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family beach vacation
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Family Planning
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fashion bags
Fashion Bags for Moms
Father's Day
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Father's Day gifts
feeding your baby
Fertility Calendar
festive holiday home
fetal alcohol spectrum disorders
fetal alcohol syndrome
fighting in front of kids
fighting in front of your kids
finger foods
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fire safety for babies
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fire safety in your home
fire safety tips
first birthday party
First Birthday Party Ideas
fish oil
fish recommendations for breastfeeding
flanges breast pump
flat nipples
flower crafts
Flower Crafts for Mother’s Day
flu shot during pregnancy
Flying While Pregnant
flying with baby
fold-down nursing bra
food allergies
food and drug administration
food poisoning
food poisoning while breastfeeding
food poisoning while pregnant
food waste
food waste with kids
foods to avoid during pregnancy
Foods to Avoid While Breastfeeding
formal maternity dresses
Fostering Positive Body Image
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free breast pump
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front closure nursing bra
Fun family activities on Christmas Eve
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funny moments in parenting
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Fussy Baby
Game of Thrones
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Games for Siblings and Babies
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Gender Prediction
get organized
Getting Pregnant
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Gift Ideas
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girl baby vs. boy baby
girl names
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give thanks for kids
giving back
giving back during holidays
good luck in the New Year
goodbye routines
grandparent relationships
grandparents and grandchildren
guidelines for successful playdates
hair during pregnancy
hair loss after pregnancy
hair loss during pregnancy
hair tourniquet
hair tourniquet syndrome
Halloween activities
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Halloween eating tips
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Halloween tips
Halloween treats
hand foot and mouth
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Happy Thanksgiving
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Healing Powers of Breast Milk
health benefits of breastfeeding
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Healthy Breakfasts
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healthy families
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healthy tips
hearing loss
Heart disease
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Hilarious Pregnancy Moments
hind milk
history of Valentine's Day
holiday craft ornaments
Holiday Crafts
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holiday crats
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holiday handprint crafts
holiday photos
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home decor for holidays
home remedies for babies
homemade bug spray
homemade flowers
homemade gifts
homemade insect repellent
homemade Mothers Day gift ideas
homemade Mothers Day gifts
honey and botulism
honey for babies
Hospital Bag Checklist
hospitals and breastfeeding
How Baby Traits Influence Personality
how breast milk changes
how breastfeeding benefits moms
how breastfeeding makes you smarter
how different animals breastfeed
How Learning to Crawl Affects a Baby’s Sleep
how many calories does breastfeeding burn
how many calories should I eat while breastfeeding
How Motherhood Makes You Smarter
how to avoid dry drowning
How to Avoid Food Waste with Kids
how to avoid poisoning
How to Avoid Raising Entitled Children
how to avoid reflux
how to baby proof
how to be a good patient
how to be earth-friendly with a baby
how to be sexy while breastfeeding
how to breastfeed
how to clean baby ears
how to clean up play room
how to clean your baby’s ears
how to diaper a baby
how to discipline a baby
how to discipline a child
How to Donate Breast Milk
how to dream feed
how to ease baby into swimming
how to engage your baby with toys
how to establish a bedtime routine
how to fall asleep
how to fall asleep fast
How to Foster Long Distance Relationships with Grandparents
how to get a free breast pump
how to get baby to sleep longer
how to get help while breastfeeding
how to get kids to drink water
how to get kids to eat healthy
how to get rid of cradle cap
how to get rid of stretch marks
how to go to sleep
how to handle thumb sucking
how to have good luck
how to have healthy family habits
how to help a left handed child
how to hire a nanny
how to hold baby while nursing
how to improve baby's hearing
how to increase milk supply
how to keep car clean
How to Keep Your Babysitter Happy
how to latch your baby
How to Lose Weight While Breastfeeding
how to manage pain during labor
how to potty train
how to prepare for breastfeeding
how to prepare for your week
how to prevent baby from getting sick
how to raise happy kids
how to say goodbye to a child
How to Select a Pediatrician
how to shop for nursing bras
how to sleep better
how to sleep train a baby
How to Stay Calm during a Child’s Tantrum
how to stop breastfeeding
how to stop breastfeeding at night
how to support a friend with breast cancer
how to take great family pictures
how to tell if baby is overweight
how to tell if your baby is a boy or girl
how to tell older kids mom is pregnant
How Your Body Prepares for Breastfeeding during Pregnancy
humor in parenting
Hurricane Relief
Hurricane Relief Donation
Hypoglycemia in Newborns
I am Totally Pregnant App
immune system
importance of play dates
Improved Healthcare for Children
In the Media
increase milk supply
indoor activities for babies
infant directed speech
infant safety
infant sleep
introducing solids
inverted nipples
is it safe to drink alcohol while breastfeeding?
items to avoid used
Jason Goldberg
Jason Wu
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juggling a newborn and a toddler
July 4th
July 4th Desserts
Just for Fun
juvenile diabetes
juvenile diabetes and babies
keep my car clean
keeping baby well
Keeping Secrets
Kerry Washington
kid-friendly Thanksgiving
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kids crafts
kids drink water
Kids New Year
kids view of marriage
Kraft Nabisco tournament
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La Leche League
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labor and delivery
Labor Day
Labor Day Activities for Kids
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Labor Pain Management Techniques
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Lactation Consultant
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Last Minute Reminders for Thanksgiving
last minute Thanksgiving crafts
Latching On
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Leading Lady nursing bras
leaf rubbing
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leaving your baby for the first time
leaving your job
left handed children
Length of Labor
limit juice for kids
Limiting Screen Time for Kids and Parents
liquid gold
little one
long distance grandparents
Losing Baby Weight
Losing Weight After Pregnancy
LPGA tour
Lucky to be a Mom
Luxe Body Lace Nursing Bra
make breastfeeding easier
makeup during pregnancy
making mom friends
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mammogram while breastfeeding
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marriage and parenting
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Maternity Nursing Bras
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meal prep
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men and babies
men with babies are sexier
mental health during pregnancy
mercury in fish
mercury levels in fish
midwife vs. doula
Mila Kunis
milk movie
Milk Supply
modeling healthy marriage
molded seamless wirefree nursing bra
mom friends
mom is pregnant
mom judging
moms judging moms
most poisonous substances for babies
Mother's Day
Mother's Day crafts
Mother’s Day Changes Throughout Your Life
Mothers Day gift ideas
Mothers Day gifts
Mothers Day ideas
Motivational Breastfeeding Thoughts
multivitamin for kids
multivitamins for kids
music and babies
my baby has colic
my baby is turning orange
nameberry baby names
nameberry unusual names
Nanny vs. Daycare
National Breastfeeding Month
National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month
National Heart Month
natural baby care
natural childbirth
natural home remedies
Natural Home Remedies for Babies
natural insect repellent
navigating sleep transitions
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
never throw away old clothes
new baby
New Breastfeeding Research
new mom
new mom sleep deprivation
new moms
new parents
New Play Spaces in Your Home
New Year's superstitions
New Year's traditions
New Years
New Years Resolutions
New Years with Kids
newborn photography
night weaning
nighttime breastfeeding
nighttime weaning
Nipple Confusion
nipple pain
nipple pumping
Nipple Soreness
no carve pumpkin
no carve pumpkin ideas
Non Candy Halloween Treats
number of kids per family
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nursing bra for sensitive skin
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Nursing Bras
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Nursing Supplies
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Nursing Tank Tops
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nursing top
nursing tops
nursing vacation
nursing wardrobe
Nurture your Baby’s Sense of Hearing
nutritional supplements
Nutritional Supplements for Kids
occupational therapy
Old Wives Tale Gender Prediction
Olivia Wilde
omega 3
omega 3 fatty acids
opportunities to read to your baby
oral bacteria during pregnancy
oral thrush
orange baby
organizational tips
Organizations that Support Mothers
organizing car
origin of Valentine's Day
Oscar awards
Outdoor safety
Ovarian Cancer Awareness
overweight baby
Own Your Parenting
Parental Guidance
parenting and exercise
parenting and health
parenting styles
parenting to your child
Paternal Instinct
patriotic crafts
patriotic crafts for kids
Patriotic Crafts for the 4th of July
patriotic crafts for toddlers
patriotic desserts
Paula Garces
PCOS and fertility
peanut allergies
peanut allergy
peanut allergy symptoms
pediatrician for newborn
peeling skin
perinatal mental health
photos with babies
photos with children
physical therapy
placental abruption
Plan Your Own Mother’s Day
play dates
play room
play spaces
playground recommendations for babies
plus size nursing tank tops
PMS during pregnancy
poison control
poison deaths in babies
poison prevention
poisons for babies
polka dot maternity clothes
polycystic ovarian syndrome
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and Pregnancy
positive discipline
Positive Discipline Techniques
positive effect of smiling
positive parenting
post-partum depression
postpartum body image
postpartum care
postpartum depression
Postpartum Depression in Dads
postpartum hair loss
postpartum smoking
potty training
praise for children
pre potty training tips
pre-pregnancy body
pre-pregnancy weight
precautions for babies while playing outside
pregnancy and older siblings
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Pregnancy Calendar
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pregnancy diet
Pregnancy Discrimination
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Pregnancy Edema or Pregnancy Swelling
pregnancy exercise
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pregnancy gingivitis
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pregnancy hormones
Pregnancy in the work place
pregnancy leggings
Pregnancy Myths
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pregnancy PMS
pregnancy rules
pregnancy sleep
Pregnancy Stretch Marks
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pregnancy tips
pregnancy workouts
Pregnant Belly
pregnant celebrities
pregnant women
Prenatal Dental Care
prenatal yoga
Prenatal Yoga vs. Regular Yoga
prepare for your week
Prepare for Your Week on Sundays
preparing for a second baby
Preparing for baby
preparing for childbirth
preparing older children for the arrival of a new baby
Preparing to be a Stay at Home Mom
Preparing to Breastfeed
preterm birth
preterm labor
probiotics for kids
products that promote lactation
proper latch
protect your baby
public breastfeeding
pumping at work
pumping breast milk
pumpkin activities for babies
pumpkin dishes
pumpkin latte
pumpkin lattes
pumpkin pie
pumpkin rolls
pumpkin seeds
purpose of umbilical cord
radiation exposure
raising children
Raising Confident Kids
Raising Happy Kids
Reaching Our Sisters Everywhere
read to your baby
reading and smart babies
reading to baby
ready for a second child
reasons to be thankful
reasons to be thankful for your kids
Reasons to Celebrate Back-to-School
red carpet
red carpet dresses
reduce risk of SIDS
refresh your play room
Reminders for your Babysitter
reproductive acupuncture
reproductive health
respect women
Returning to Work
reward charts
Reward Charts for Children
Rh disease
Rh factor
Rh Factor and Pregnancy
Rh negative
Rh positive
Rh status
risk factors for breast cancer
Risk Factors of Preterm Birth
Risk Factors of Preterm Labor
risk of preterm labor
risk of SIDs
risks of water birth
road trip
role of a doula
role of a midwife
Rules for Cleaning out Toys
Rules of Babysitters
rules of playdates
rules of pregnancy
sadness and weaning
safe drugs while breastfeeding
safe medications for breastfeeding
safety guidelines for toys
saving money with kids
saying goodbye
Scarlett Johansson
science behind happy kids
science of motherhood
screen time
screen time for kids
Seamless Cotton Nursing Cami
select a pediatrician
sensory experiences for babies
separation anxiety
sexy new moms
Sexy Nursing Bras
sexy nursing bras for Valentine's Day
Sheryl Sandberg
should i get a nanny
should my baby go to daycare
siblings and babies
siblings and baby
side sleeping during pregnancy
signs of labor
Signs Your Baby is Ready for Solids
simon cowell
Simple 4th of July Desserts
simple holiday desserts
Simple Ways to Make your Home Festive for the Holidays
skin-to-skin contact
sleep and baby
sleep and kids
sleep bras
sleep bras while breastfeeding
sleep deprivation with baby
Sleep Disorders During Pregnancy
sleep during pregnancy
sleep nursing bras
sleep schedule
sleep schedules for kids
sleep tips
sleep training methods
sleep transitions
sleep while your baby sleeps
sleeping and SIDS
sleeping in bed with baby
slimming maternity leggings
smart babies
smart moms
smoking during pregnancy
snobby kids
social development
soft nursing bra
soleil moon frye
solid food
solid food for babies
sound machine
special gifts for dad
speech development
speech therapy
spicy foods
spider veins
spirit of giving
spoil a newborn
Spring Fashion
Spring Fashion for Nursing Moms
St. Patrick's Day
starting solids
starting solids and breastfeeding
stay at home mom
staying connected
Staying Connected When You’re Away
stop mom judging
Storing Breaskmilk
stretch marks
stylish nursing tank
sucking your thumb
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
sugar on Halloween
Sugar substitutes
summer maternity clothes
summer vacation
Superfoods for Babies
support a friend with breast cancer
support for moms
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swelling during pregnancy
swimming with baby
swimming with baby in bath
Switch Breasts while Breastfeeding
swollen feet during pregnancy
symptoms of common cold in baby
symptoms of dry drowning
symptoms of pregnancy
taking pictures of baby
talking to babies
talking to your baby
tax deductions for kids
tax return
Tax Savings for Families with Kids
Tdap during pregnancy
Teach babies about heart health
teacher gifts
teaching children about giving back
Teaching Children about Safe and Unsafe Secrets
teaching kids about secrets
teaching respect
teeth during pregnancy
Thanksgiving Activities
Thanksgiving attitude
Thanksgiving cooking with kids
Thanksgiving crafts
thanksgiving day parade
Thanksgiving dinner
Thanksgiving gratitutde
Thanksgiving reminders
Thanksgiving table decor
Thanksgiving tips
thanksgiving trivia
Thanksgiving-Themed Sensory Activities for Babies
that 70s show
the benefits of acupuncture
The Benefits of Acupuncture for Fertility and Pregnancy Symptoms
the benefits of breast milk
The Benefits of Breastfeeding for Baby
The Benefits of Breastfeeding for Mom
The Benefits of Music for Babies
The Benefits of Prenatal Yoga
The Benefits of Sleep for Kids
The Best Nursing Bras
The Best Nursing Tank Tops
The Cost of Breastfeeding
the dangers of hair tourniquet
The Ecological Benefits of Breastfeeding
The Economic Advantages of Breastfeeding
The First Response Tracker
The Germiest Places for Your Baby
the golden rule
The History of Breastfeeding
the importance of reading to your baby
the importance of sleep for kids
The Importance of Vitamin K for Newborns
the Milky Way documentary
the Milky Way movie
the Milky Way: every mother has a story
The Most Common Poisons for Babies
the positive effects of smiling at your baby
The Pregnancy Companion App
therapy in early childhood
Things to do on Christmas Eve
things to get done before having a baby
things to recycle
thrush in adults
thrush in babies
thrush symptoms
thrush treatment
thumb suckers
thumb sucking
time away from kids
tips for breastfeeding
tips for cleaning out toys
tips for colic relief
tips for diapering a baby
Tips for Family Photos
Tips for Flying with a Baby
tips for handling tantrums
Tips for Keeping Your Family Happy for the Holidays
tips for parents of left handed children
tips for sleep training
Tips for Taking your Baby to the Beach
tips for toy safety
tips to avoid food waste
toddler and newborn
toddler play dates
top things to do during pregnancy
tote bags for moms
toxins in cosmetics
toxins in makeup
toxins that are bad for babies
Toy and Gift Safety Awareness Month
Toy Safety
Toy Safety for a Happy Holiday Season
traditional nutritional supplements for kids
traits that influence personality
transitioning to solids
traveling with baby
treat your babysitter like family
trends in family size
type 1 diabetes
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
Ultimate World Breastfeeding Week
umbilical cord
umbilical cord care
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unique baby girl names
unique baby names
united states
Unusual Signs of Labor
Unusual Things to Recycle
update your play space
used baby items
used car seats
used clothes
used cribs
uterus transplant
vaccines during pregnancy
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Valentine's activities for kids
Valentine's crafts
Valentine's Day
Valentine's Day crafts
Valentine's Day crafts for kids
Valentine's Day dates for new moms
Valentine's Day nursing bras
Valentine's Day while breastfeeding
Valentine's Day with kids
Valentine’s Day Fun Facts
varicose veins
varicose veins treatment
visiting the doctor
Vitamin K
Vitamin K and blood clotting
water birth
Ways for Dad to Bond with Baby
Ways to Burn Calories with a Baby
Ways to Celebrate Baby’s First Thanksgiving
ways to encourage Crossing the Midline
ways to find other new moms
Ways to Get Kids to Drink Water
Ways to Get Rid of Cradle Cap
ways to make your home festive
ways to praise your child
ways to relieve congestion in babies
Ways to Say Goodbye to your Child
ways to sweeten Valentine's Day
Ways to Teach Sons to Respect Women
weaning breastfeeding
weaning from breastfeeding
well-balanced diet
what can a baby hear
What Dogs Teach about Love
what is colic
what is colostrum
what is cradle cap
What is Dream Feeding?
what is preterm labor
what is the umbilical cord
what is thrush
What Kids Perceive about Marriage from their Parents
what medications can baby take
what medicines can I take while breastfeeding
what not to buy used
what not to do during pregnancy
what not to eat during pregnancy
what things can be recycled
what to avoid during pregnancy
what to do about colic
what to do before baby arrives
what to do before potty training
What to do if you have Food Poisoning while Pregnant or Breastfeeding
What To Do If Your Baby Won’t Latch
What to do in a Car Crash when you’re Pregnant
what to do on Christmas Eve
what to do on Mother's Day
what to do to relieve pain during labor
what to do with a toddler while breastfeeding a baby
What to do with kids on New Years
what to do with old clothes
what to do with used kids clothes
what to eat during pregnancy
what to expect from play dates
what to get for Father's Day
What to Look for in a Crib
what to look for in pediatrician
what to tell your babysitter
what type of car seat do I need
what we learn about marriage from our parents
What You Should Do with Used Clothes
what your baby does in womb
When Parents Have Different Parenting Styles
When to Buy Nursing Bras
when to call the pediatrician
when to start solids
when to stop breastfeeding at night
where to buy nursing bras
where to buy Sexy Nursing Bras
where to donate breast milk
where to find a pediatrician
which foods to serve a baby
which vaccines are ok during pregnancy
white noise machine
why babies like baby talk
why babies like high-pitched voices
Why Babies Should Not Eat Honey
Why Breastfeeding Makes you Hungry and Thirsty
why can't babies eat honey
why children need praise
why do moms judge each other
Why Do Newborns have Crossed Eyes?
why is juice bad for kids
why juice is bad for kids
why kids suck thumbs
why men with babies are sexy
Why You Should Limit Juice for your Kids
winter vacation activities
wintertime activities
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women's bags
women’s breast milk
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World Breastfeeding Week
World Breastfeeding Week 2016
World Breastfeeding Week 2017
yeast diaper rash
yes days
yoga during pregnancy
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you baby's gut
your baby's gut