I want to give you fair warning – I'm about to feed into the Mommy Wars. I'm about to dive into one of the biggest "mommy battles" of all time: home birth versus hospital birth. I couldn't help myself after reading an outrageous mom blog that bashed home birth and compared it to driving without a seatbelt.Read Full Story
Shane Michael Haley is due next month and is not expected to survive. Baby Shane was diagnosed with anencephaly, a terminal neural tube defect, early in pregnancy. When his loving parents were given the news of his short life expectancy, they created a heartwarming personal challenge to celebrate his life before birth: nine months of bucket list adventures.Read Full Story
Happy Wednesday Hump Day — also known to us as Celebrity Baby Bump Day. We rounded up the cutest pregnant celebrities of the week starting with Kate Middleton, who announced she is expecting the second Royal Baby. Does she have a baby bump yet? Check out the newest pictures here. Ashton Kutcher shared an adorable pic of his pregnant fiancé, Mila Kunis, while Carrie Underwood debuted her baby bump in floral. Kristen Bell and Shakira round out our list of the cutest pregnant celebrities of the week.Read Full Story
This is breaking news that you will want to put down your coffee for: Prince William and Kate Middleton are officially expecting their second baby. Now you can throw out all of your Elvis-sighting tabloids that have been claiming her second pregnancy for the past year. Kate is really and truly pregnant, which means nine excruciating months of unsolicited pregnancy judgment.Read Full Story
Happy Wednesday Hump Day — also known to us as Celebrity Baby Bump Day. We have rounded up the cutest pregnant celebrities of the week including Carrie Underwood, who just announced her pregnancy in the most adorable way. Also new to our list is Shakira, who just confirmed she is pregnant with her second child. Pregnant Vanessa Lachey shares a beach picture, while pregnant Kourtney Kardashian and Snooki round out our list of baby bumps to watch.Read Full Story
It may seem like fiction, but a study reports that one in every 600 mommies-to-be claims, "I didn't know I was pregnant" until labor begins. But, are women just making this claim to protect themselves or can you really be pregnant without knowing?Read Full Story
I'll be the first one to tell you that talking about the hard parts of motherhood has tremendous value to other parents. Everyone struggles, and during those hard times we need to know we're not alone. We need to know that other women walked the same path and made it through.Read Full Story
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