Your body is rapidly undergoing new and exciting changes every day. Our pregnancy calendar walks you through the journey from week 4 to week 40. It's our step-by-step guide to every gurgle, kick, and craving!
Breastfeeding offers a wonderful way to nourish and bond with your baby. To help get you started with nursing your baby, we'd like to share a little information and some great mom-tested tips. Learn all about breastfeeding. Read Breastfeeding Basics
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With all the excitement in the air, it's easy to forget a few must-haves for your hospital stay. That's why Pampers has created the ultimate checklist that's just a click away.
As a mother and a fitness expert, I've always thought it unfair that a woman takes on one of her biggest physical challengesmotherhoodwhen she is at the weakest point of her life. In pregnancy, our bodies go through tremendous hormonal, anatomical, and metabolic changes. These changes may cause us to lose strength and cause new postural problems. Then, all of a sudden, we have this new bundle of joy to carry around at all times while we're sleep-deprived and still recuperating from childbirth. Read Becoming Fit For Motherhood
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There are many people available to help you raise a happy and healthy child, and one of the most important is your pediatrician. A great time to start looking for a pediatrician is while you're pregnant. Find out more. Read Choosing a paediatrician
It's time to sign up for a class to learn all about having a baby . . . and taking care of a newborn, and other important stuff. But which course is the best one? Get some background and basics on choosing a class. Read What to Look for in a Childbirth Course
You've been trying to start a family for a while now. And you may be wondering if what you're feeling really is the beginning of pregnancy, or not. Luckily, your body gives you some helpful signals. Learn more. Read Signs of Pregnancy: How Do I Know?