What to Know About Hiring a Baby Sleep Consultant

It’s no secret that adjusting to life with a newborn on little to no sleep is one of the most difficult parts of becoming a parent. All babies have different sleep patterns, and figuring out what techniques and routines works for your itty-bitty nap-fighter is no easy feat. Whether you’re looking for tips on how … Read more

What Overturning Roe v. Wade Means for Maternal Health

On May 2, 2022, the internet was set ablaze by a leaked draft Supreme Court majority opinion indicating that Roe v. Wade—the landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision that ruled that people in the Unite States have the consitutional right to obtain an abortion before fetal viability —may be overturned. Abortion rights are a politically fraught … Read more

Mental Health Guide for LGBTQ+ Parents

Raising a child is hard enough on its own. But it can be even more challenging for LGBTQ+ parents who may face bias, stigma and outside stress along the way. Fortunately, having the right support in place can help if and when issues arise. Whether you’re just now pondering the possibility of parenthood or in … Read more

Here’s What You Can Do

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been an infant formula shortage in America due to supply chain issues with certain formula ingredients and packaging. More recently, the FDA also investigated consumer complaints of bacterial infections in infants who consumed powdered infant formula produced in Abbott Nutrition’s facility in Michigan. (Abbott Nutrition is the parent company … Read more

9 Ways to Celebrate Yourself This Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day may come once a year, but moms deserve to be celebrated every single day. It’s no secret that moms are incredibly selfless. They tirelessly give to their kids, partners and homes, often without asking for anything in return. Your kids and partner are likely already cooking up ways to make you feel special … Read more

Morning Sickness Remedies to Ease Pregnancy Nausea

Morning sickness—which can actually strike at any time of the day or night—is a common complaint among moms-to-be. Unfortunately, frequent vomiting or perpetual nausea can cast a shadow over early pregnancy. The good news? It’ll likely fade after the first trimester. Better yet, you might be able to find some morning sickness relief now. The … Read more

10 Nursing Covers We Love for Breastfeeding

When baby is hungry, they’ll let you know it—regardless of whether you’re at home or out and about. And while it would be wonderful if there were clean, comfy nursing rooms on every corner, the reality is there will be times when you’ll have to find the closest spot to sit and breastfeed your ravenous … Read more

12 Fun Virtual Baby Shower Games to Play

Perhaps you’re planning a virtual baby shower due to COVID-19 concerns. Or maybe you’ve just recognized it as a great way to include family and friends who live far away. Either way, the secret to throwing a fun online baby shower is to keep your guests tuned in and engaged. The best way to do … Read more

Why Many New Parents Are Languishing

I’m going to say something you’re not supposed to say. Ready? Here goes: Being a new parent is sometimes boring. I know, I know. Shocking stuff. After all, we’ve been conditioned to believe that we should enjoy every precious moment. But lots of those moments—well, they drag. Don’t get me wrong, there will be loads … Read more

How to ‘Potty Train’ Baby

Let’s be real: Changing diapers isn’t particularly fun—so the idea of ​​early potty training probably might sound tempting. But not everyone realizes (or fully believes) that it’s a plausible option. If you’ve never heard of elimination communication, you’re not alone. It’s not exactly “infant potty training” as some people think, and it’s quite different from … Read more