After I gave birth to my twins, I never wanted to be pregnant again. I had a difficult pregnancy that kicked off with all-day nausea, and finished with pre-term labor contractions and 11 weeks of bedrest. When my twins were born at 36 weeks, I abruptly moved from a nightmare pregnancy to the nightmare of being a new mom with two tiny infants to care for.Read Full Story
You may be sharing your morning caffeine buzz with an unexpected fellow. A new study shows that approximately 15 percent of the babies in Boston are consuming around 4 ounces of coffee every day. That's about half a cup, which is occasionally more than what I drink on the average morning. Now think about that amount in the body of someone one-quarter my size, and you'll get a sense of the effects that could have on these kids.Read Full Story
Through a network I follow, a blog post popped up from a pregnant woman about how she is going to celebrate the "gender reveal" of her unborn child with scratch-off announcements. Not birth announcements, but gender announcements. As far as crafts go, the whole scratch-off thing was kind of cool, but, is this a new thing since I was last pregnant 17 years ago? Gender announcements?Read Full Story
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