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Over the last 4 years, Johnson and Johnson has partnered with the National Coalition for Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies to share critical health and pregnancy information to over 675,000 new and pregnant mothers through its innovative mobile health education program, Text4Baby. Text4Baby grants expecting and new mothers 3 text messages […]
Anne Martens: Planks plus baby (Photo Credit: Bella Bellies Facebook Page)
Apparently, Kate Middleton has been staying fit and preparing to give birth by practicing prenatal Pilates across the pond. And hey, if it’s good enough for the royal womb, it’s good enough for us, right? If you are looking to reproduce like […]
The goal of The Honest Life is to inform you on how to make choices for your family that are safe from toxins, Eco-Friendly, functional, yet still stylish so you can start living naturally. […]
Giggle has teamed up with the Worldwide Orphans Foundation (WWO) to help children worldwide through their giggle baby registry. A portion of purchases made from your registry will automatically be donated to the WWO. […]
We’ve all heard the horror stories; pushy family members refusing to leave the delivery room when a mom is laboring, nurses making women wait for 20-30 minutes to push while they wait for the doctor to arrive, and partners cluelessly scrambling in the process. Hearing these (amongst worse tales) can have any first time […]
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What is Gestational Diabetes?
According to the American Diabetes Association it is when “Pregnant women who have never had diabetes before but who have high blood sugar (glucose) levels during pregnancy are said to have gestational diabetes. Based on recently announced diagnostic criteria for gestational diabetes, it is estimated […]
Premature birth is a serious problem. It can effect entire families for a lifetime. Babies born too early are sometimes met with huge hurdles to overcome before they’re strong enough to survive on their own. Parents of preemies are thrown into a cycle of fear and waiting. The NICU is a terrifying place that […]
I remember the fear I felt leaving the hospital after I had our first daughter like it was yesterday! The hospital was the nice place with all the nice people that knew how to take care of babies, and I did not know how to take care of babies yet. I remember being so […]
What is high risk about having multiples?
There are so many different types of high risk pregnancies, I wanted to spotlight a different one each month in a series for moms. As a mom of twins or multiples, I was considered high risk for my pregnancy from the moment I found out there […]