Just as you begin to prepare for baby's arrival by finding a pediatrician (see Wednesday's post), it's also key to begin thinking about choices, challenges, and changes that come with parenting a new child -- whether it's your first or fifth. In particular, new parents are experiencing a new path an
By Katie Wise, reposted with permission from the Mother's Advocate blog.So, you just had a baby. You are still basking in the heroic act of welcoming your child into the world and you were stunned by
Here's the third and final installment of tips to keep your relationship thriving as you raise your children, excerpted from my booklet, 52 Tips for a Magical Marriage After Your Child Is Born. If you
I hope you had a chance to check out the first 5 tips I shared with you in my last post, Having Kids & Staying in Love: 5 Tips for a Strong Relationship. If not, be sure to take a look and bring t
Following is a guest post from Linda Salazar, a Certified Life Coach and relationship expert.