This is your time! In a few months it will be the baby's time, so make the most of it, indulge yourself, spoil yourself, be spontaneous and adventurous and make it all about you!
I've been asked by men and women, young and old, acquaintances and strangers and family and friends. In intimate settings and public forums. By medical professionals (with no regard to my health), cabbies and cashiers.
I recently wrote a blog about my birth story. I expressed my own experience through the unfolding and the way it made me feel. I chose to have a birt...
The best way to show affection for someone is to touch the grossest thing possible, and then touch their face.
While children don't generally have a grasp on the world that they're living in at a younger age, by instituting the right parenting habits, we can help acclimate them the right way to the world as they come of age.
The very first pediatrician that saw my kids changed my life. He taught me, and my husband, this trick when we first met, and I can assure you that it works.
Seventeen years ago, I was hugely pregnant and watching the calendar roll further and further beyond my due date.
by Jessica Pallay Whether you've got a serious yoga habit, or just picked it up once baby was on the way, adjusting your yoga practice for preg...
If I could talk to every new mom before they began their mommying journeys and give them any tiny bit of advice and encouragement, this is what I would tell them.
Parenting is exhausting and mind-numbing at times. It is OK to say, "I will not miss those days."
I think this kind of talk about babies and motherhood doesn't do new parents any favors.
On the eve of her fifth birthday, I kneel quietly next to her bed and watch the slow rise and fall of her chest, remembering all the times they had to resuscitate her and counting my blessings.
You are not alone.
Don't be afraid to ask for help! If someone wants to bring you dinner, let them.
Why, I wonder, do people want to know? Do they have tips to share? Stories to swap? Or are they seeking information that helps them make some kind of judgment about my parenting?
In the last five years, I've given birth to three beautiful children -- and every time, as I walked into the delivery room, I was absolutely certain that one would be my last. What happened?