Welcome to your third and final trimester! At 28 weeks, you are officially on the downhill slope, you can see the light at the end of the tunnel, you're on the homestretch... and yet, clichéd expressions aside, there are so. many. long. days. ahead.
If you're on an endless search for the perfect gift for the pregnant or new parents on your holiday gift list, we're here to help. You can't box "more sleep," but you can give a gift that truly helps and heals.
Organic is everywhere. From carrots to candy and everything in between. Most of us understand the reasoning and argument for eating organic. But what about clothing? If your face scrunches up in confusion (like mine) when you see something labeled "organic cotton," then this post is for you.
Welcome to your second trimester! For many, the second trimester is where the magic happens. It's commonly a time when challenging symptoms like nausea and peeing all the time go away (don't worry, the peeing thing shows up again in your third trimester), while you get to experience new and exciting
IV stands for "intravenous," and though many of use it as a noun ("Did you have an IV?"), it's technically an adjective and often paired with a noun like fluid, drip, medication, or injection. I promise this post is not about grammar, but it's important to understand the language and usage of