• 5 of the most controversial pregnancy topics

    Pregnancy do’s and dont’s have been argued and debated for centuries! So, many expecting mothers ask, “What really are the right and wrong things to do?” Well, we will help you clarify the confusion. Listed below are the commonly discussed topics on pregnancy and the reasons and explanations behind the most popular debates. “You shouldn’t drink alcohol.” Although it may be harmful ...

  • Third Trimester Clumsiness

    Feeling a bit off-balance? During pregnancy it's common to feel wobbly during the third trimester. Your body weight is shifting and hormones such as relaxin cause you ligaments to prepare for labor. Your muscles are softening which may affect your joints that are important for balance. As your weight shifts so does the body's center of gravity. Your weight will move upward and forward and ...

  • Sex after child birth

    New Moms, if you are wondering when you can start having intercourse here is the answer. You can have intercourse as soon as you've had the six week exam  from your doctor and you feel ready to. Many women wonder when, but mainly their partners are wondering when. If you are in a mood yet not fully healed then it's time to get ...

  • Reasons Labor and Delivery Stall

    Childbirth is a unique and unforgettable experience for each and every mother. It is a special moment filled with an abundance of joy, excitement, emotion, and mostly, anticipation. Although you may be more than ready to introduce your newborn baby into this world, your bundle of joy may be a tad more shy than you’d hoped. How long your baby decides to ...

  • I’m Pregnant- Can I sleep on my back?

    For decades doctors have told pregnant women not to sleep on their back at night. The reason being, if your're lying flat on your back, the uterus may compress blood vessels and diminish the baby's blood supply. However between interrupted sleep during bathing breaks and your baby's kicks during the night, your not getting enough sleep anyway. . . The fact is, ...

  • Top 10 things NOT to do during Pregnancy, when you’re Bloated

    Bloating is one of the most common symptoms I see during pregnancy. The feeling is not only uncomfortable but can affect your mood and self esteem. Bloating is  common in your first and last trimester and there is nothing fun about it. Don't take it too seriously, this too shall pass. Here are 10 things NOT to do during pregnancy when you're Bloated. 1. Ask for ...


Do you have what it takes to be a pregnancy model and showcase maternity clothes? Besides the obvious requirement (a bun in the oven), find out what modeling agencies are looking for, at what point in your pregnancy you should start looking and how to start booking maternity jobs and  [ Read More ]

Pregnancy do’s and dont’s have been argued and debated for centuries! So, many expecting mothers ask, “What really are the right and wrong things to do?” Well, we will help you clarify the confusion. Listed below are the commonly discussed topics on pregnancy and the reasons and explanations behind the  [ Read More ]

Feeling a bit off-balance? During pregnancy it’s common to feel wobbly during the third trimester. Your body weight is shifting and hormones such as relaxin cause you ligaments to prepare for labor. Your muscles are softening which may affect your joints that are important for balance. As your weight shifts so does the body’s center  [ Read More ]

New Moms, if you are wondering when you can start having intercourse here is the answer. You can have intercourse as soon as you’ve had the six week exam  from your doctor and you feel ready to. Many women wonder when, but mainly their partners are wondering when. If you are in a  [ Read More ]

Childbirth is a unique and unforgettable experience for each and every mother. It is a special moment filled with an abundance of joy, excitement, emotion, and mostly, anticipation. Although you may be more than ready to introduce your newborn baby into this world, your bundle of joy may be a  [ Read More ]

For decades doctors have told pregnant women not to sleep on their back at night. The reason being, if your’re lying flat on your back, the uterus may compress blood vessels and diminish the baby’s blood supply. However between interrupted sleep during bathing breaks and your baby’s kicks during the night,  [ Read More ]

Bloating is one of the most common symptoms I see during pregnancy. The feeling is not only uncomfortable but can affect your mood and self esteem. Bloating is  common in your first and last trimester and there is nothing fun about it. Don’t take it too seriously, this too shall pass. Here are 10  [ Read More ]

It’s almost here. The end of your pregnancy journey is approaching rapidly, and you probably have a few questions. The one at the top of your list is probably, “How will I know when I’m in labor? How can I tell?” But the truth is, it can be a little  [ Read More ]

Moodiness during pregnancy is common. Even though you may not be able to pin point your mood swings, all your feelings are completely normal. Your body and hormones are changing which can place a huge factor on emotional outbursts. These feelings are similar, if not worse than a bad premenstrual cycle,  [ Read More ]

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