Disposable is out, eco-friendly is in. More parents are making the commitment to “go green” and what better way to celebrate the forthcoming arrival of a new baby than to plan an eco-friendly baby shower for the earth-loving mom. If you know a mom that is interested in environmentalism, recycling, or natural living, plan an amazing “green” baby shower for her with these great ideas.
A rainbow, the beauty that comes after a storm and a symbol of hope, is a description women lovingly use for their babies that are born after a miscarriage, still birth, or infant loss. For women who have experienced a loss, conceiving a “rainbow baby” doesn’t make them forget the loss, take it away or diminish it, but it does give them hope for a new chance at motherhood.
We asked JM moms to send us their best back-to-school scrapbooking ideas. See how they captured their loved one’s big day at school.
Breast milk, with all of its amazing benefits and nutritional excellence, is clearly the best food you can give your baby. It contains perfectly balanced nutrition, is easily digested, and provides your baby with antibodies that make his immune system stronger. Breastfeeding involves more than just feeding your baby milk though. It is a physical and emotional process.
Top 10 Kid-Friendly Disneyworld Vacation Rentals by Margaret Wong, www.enrout.com.
If you go to any of the online calculators to determine whether or not you can afford another child, you will find that children are expensive. According to the USDA, the average cost of raising a child is over $200,000. But, let’s look at how they came up with this figure.
As spring heats up and kids get ready to be outside again and explore, a magnifying glass is a fun way to encourage them!
When it comes to making babies, most couples don’t need to worry about getting everything right. But, if you have been trying to conceive for a while you may want to know about some of the most common baby making mistakes. Here are 11 common mistakes couples make when trying to conceive.
Irritability, tearfulness, and mood swings are very common after giving birth. Up to 80% of women experience some form of the “baby blues” postpartum. While the baby blues are common they should resolve within a week or two. Prolonged depression is not so common and may be a sign that you are suffering from postpartum depression.