Your baby may seem less active now that there's little room to move in your belly. You may also experience practice contractions called Braxton Hicks. How do you know it's not preterm labor? Read on!
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We all know medicine is important, but how do you get your child to take it? From using a plastic syringe to disguising it in a spoonful of jam, here are helpful strategies that really work.
Giving medicine to your child
While everyone needs rest, sleep is especially important for your baby. Learn how sleep affects your child's moods, his immune system, his ability to interact with you, and more!
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Between finicky appetites and a penchant for junk food, meal-planning for toddlers can be a real challenge. Looking for ideas? Check out these nutritious, tasty, easy-to-prepare menus your toddler will love.
Easy, healthy meal-planning for toddlers
A Mum in the Making Did you know that there is more to your waking in the night than simply responding to a full bladder? By changing your sleep and activity patterns, your body is preparing you for life as a new mother. Getting used to broken sleep and learning to respond your body's calls for rest and relaxation is like a trial run for what life will be like in the early weeks of motherhood.
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