For most people in the United States, today is Thanksgiving Day -- a time-honored holiday tradition that recognizes history, provides opportunity to give thanks for the good things in life, and encourages people to overindulge on comfort foods. If you're pregnant this Thanksgiving, your holiday c
'Tis the season! If you're pregnant, this year's holiday gift wish list may look a little different than in years past. There are special items for baby, of course, but what about you? There are a whole host of items that can help make your pregnancy more comfortable and fun! When making your wish l
If you type "Thanksgiving and pregnancy" into Google, you'll find scores of articles about food, drinks, and activities to avoid this Thanksgiving. While some of that information is helpful for your health and safety, it can feel deflating. It's no fun to hear (time and again) all the things you can
Dear Mom: It's OK
To feel stressed.
To be too exhausted to be joyful.
To love being a mommy with all your heart.
To Pinterest plan your baby's first birthday.
To hate changing diapers.
To ask for help.
To fix toast for dinner.
To trust your gut.
To worry about the little things.
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