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    What Moms *Really* Want for Mother’s Day? Survey Says…

    What Moms *Really* Want for Mother’s Day? Survey Says…

    Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and instead of getting your mom/wife/partner another bouquet or brunch, this year, you can give her what she REALLY wants. That’s because we went and asked her! Happiest Baby surveyed over 240 moms on what they really desire for Mother’s Day (and what they feel just “meh” about, too). The results may surprise you: Sleep for the Win! The #1 one thing moms want for M’s Day is sleep. A whopping 52% of...

    How Too Much Coffee Can Backfire for New Parents

    How Too Much Coffee Can Backfire for New Parents

    You may recall from science class that the body’s cells use a special fuel called ATP (adenosine triphosphate). As ATP is used in brain cells, it leaves behind a heap of plain adenosine. By the end of the day, so much adenosine builds up in each cell that it starts a chain reaction that creates “cobwebs” in our brains, forcing our minds to lose focus and our eyes to close. That’s where coffee can come to the rescue! Caffeine blocks...

    The Truth About Putting Your Baby on a Schedule

    The Truth About Putting Your Baby on a Schedule

    Should baby schedules be shunned or embraced? Toddlers love routines, but what about babies? Like so many child-rearing issues, there’s more than one right answer. Scheduling is a modern concept. The ancients didn’t feed babies according to the time on the sundial or make baby nap schedules. But staying organized can be a lifesaver for today’s moms and can help a baby adopt a schedule that works better for the family. Of course, rigid schedules that ignore a baby’s cries are unnatural...

    How Do I Know If I Have a Low Milk Supply?

    How Do I Know If I Have a Low Milk Supply?

    It’s easy to tell if a bottle-fed baby is getting her fair share: Just count the ounces she eats. With breastfeeders however, it’s trickier, and you'll want to determine if you have a low milk supply. Do you have enough breastmilk? Your breasts should feel heavy when you wake up. They may occasionally leak and you should be able to hear your baby gulping at least at the beginning of the feedings. Is your baby serene after a meal? Well-fed...

    Too Much Breastmilk May Make Your Baby Cry

    Too Much Breastmilk May Make Your Baby Cry

    At seven weeks, Luca began to struggle with feedings. He had always eaten with gusto, but now after 2 minutes he’d arch and wail almost as if he hated being in his mom’s arms. But as soon as he was put down, he confused his poor parents by crying even harder! Frustrated and demoralized, his mom wondering if her milk supply had dried up. Actually, Marija had plenty of milk–in fact, she had too much breastmilk. When Luca finished eating–and just wanted...

    Healing ‘Down There’ After Birth: Stitches, Bleeding & Hemorrhoids

    Healing ‘Down There’ After Birth: Stitches, Bleeding & Hemorrhoids

    No matter how you give birth…vaginal or caesarean, at home or in a hospital, after 36 hours of labor or a single blink-and-you-missed-it push…your body is going to experience some uncomfortable—or painful—after-effects. New mom, model, and actress Chrissy Teigan pulled back the curtain when she tweeted, “No one told me I would be coming home in diapers too.” She even shared a hilarious picture of her “push present:” a perineal irrigation bottle!   buying myself a push present pic.twitter.com/LmONcG9GHD— christine...

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