Stop Judging Other Moms

Moms Judging other Moms

Written by Denise Albert Co-creator, The Moms I hated being pregnant. I didn’t even try breastfeeding. I have struggled internally about how I feel about the fact that my kids climb into my bed at night. But after spending some … Continue reading →

Mothers and moms-in-waiting celebrated during Mama March

By Staff Writer – Vernon Morning Star Published: March 04, 2012 1:00 AM Alba Healing Arts and Rooted Birth celebrate mothers and mothers-to-be with Mama March. It all goes back 10 years ago to when Dawn Sharman and Emma Wheelhouse … Continue reading →

Moms gain health benefits from breastfeeding, too

Breastfeeding Mom

Breast-feeding not only delivers health benefits to babies, it also improves mothers‘ health. The American Academy of Pediatrics reaffirmed its policy on breast-feeding Feb. 27, and in its statement, along with explaining the well-known benefits for babies of being breast-fed, … Continue reading →

Over 40 Moms Giving Birth to Increasing Number of Multiples

Pregnant Moms over 40

Jacqueline Wilson|February 27, 2012| Scotland has seen a rise in moms over 40 giving birth to both twins and triplets nearly double over the recent year. According to the United Kingdom’s Deadline News, Dr Daghni Rajasingam reasoned, “Women are having … Continue reading →

Dads Are from Mars, Moms Are from Venus

Moms and Dads on Parenting

10 reasons why parents can’t see eye to eye about raising their children. What do parents fight more about than sex or money? Ask any parent: It’s how to raise their children. The dilemma is that while both parents love … Continue reading →

Moms Are Powerful

Power Moms

As a journalist mom I enjoy interviewing interesting entrepreneurs and companies that are passionate about kids and community. King Arthur Flour is one such company. Over the past six months I’ve been on an extended interview with King Arthur Flour … Continue reading →

Mom at Last: She first faced the test of her life

Pregnancy Problem

A Story about Finally Becoming a Mom, at Last By Dan Irwin NEW CASTLE, Pa. — No quality of life. That’s what a genetic counselor told Bobbie McIlwain about the unborn twin girls she was carrying. Doctors were convinced that … Continue reading →

Mom’s Nicotine Patch May Raise Baby’s Risk for Colic

Pregnancy and Nicotine Moms

Behavioral therapy recommended over nicotine replacement during pregnancy, research says By Jenifer Goodwin HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Feb. 20 (HealthDay News) — Infants of mothers who smoke or use nicotine replacement therapy during pregnancy are more likely to have colic, a … Continue reading →

Mom’s Mental Health Affects Baby’s Language Development

Baby Language Development

VANCOUVER — Both having depression and taking antidepressants during pregnancy may affect an infant’s language development, new research suggests. Study results reveal that a crucial language development period, during which infants learn to tune in to the sounds of their … Continue reading →