Are you due this month and worried about having a holiday baby? Fear not! Read below to find out some of the good reasons for your baby to be born on a major holiday. And if you're still worried about your baby's birth date, take a deep breath and keep in mind what's most important: the health of yo
By Cara Joyner
“I was sure you were having a girl this time because you’re WIDER with this one.”
“It’s another boy? Oh. Cara. I was really hoping it was a girl.”
“A big family? But [Cara's husband] works for a church. They don’t make a lot of money.”
“I heard it’s another boy. Were y
For many, the holidays (no matter which ones you celebrate) evoke warm feelings about family togetherness and traditions. As you begin a family of your own, it will be your turn to carry on time-honored traditions or create new ones. Even if your baby is not yet earth-side, you can start fun family
As you begin to share the news of your pregnancy, and later as your belly grows, you may notice that people—even perfect strangers—want to share their “words of wisdom” with you.
In Western culture, moms receive most of the attention during pregnancy. It’s easy for partners to feel left out and insignificant. Yet both parents emotional needs can be involved in parenting right from the start.