The 4th Trimester: How to Manage Your New Normal

You’ve delivered your baby and brought them home. Congratulations! Now what? Welcome to the fourth trimester! While pregnancy lasts for three trimesters, many experts call the period right after birth the fourth trimester. Why? Because it’s a time of big changes for both you and baby, but don’t stress! Keep reading to learn what to […]

New Parent Survival Guide for the First 3 Months

Now your baby is finally here! And you’ve probably already found that sharing parenting duties for a newborn is even harder work than supporting a pregnant mom-to-be. So what can you do to make this transition to new parenthood as smooth as possible for you and for your co-parent? Keep reading for our new parent […]

Baby’s First Tooth! How to Soothe Teething Symptoms

Your baby’s first tooth will soon make its big debut – but probably not without a few tears first! If you have a teething baby, you can practically feel their pain. Teething means babies are experiencing lots of inflammation in their gums. And when your baby is uncomfortable, they certainly let you know! Luckily, there […]

How to Feel Your Best Post-Pregnancy

We all know that it can take a while to feel like yourself again after nine months of pregnancy, plus labor and delivery! And for first-time moms, getting back to feeling good can be even harder. In fact, this period is sometimes called the “fourth trimester” because of all the changes your body goes through, […]

New Parents: 8 Secrets to Get Sleep With a Newborn

Anyone who’s been a new parent knows that sleep deprivation is a big deal. Newborn babies need to feed at least every three or four hours – day or night. And all those nighttime feedings and sleepless nights can leave new parents feeling like the undead. The good news is, like almost every new parent […]

All About Breastfeeding: Real-Life Tips & Nutrition

To breastfeed or not to breastfeed? This can be a difficult, even controversial, question for new parents. Parents are often told that breastfeeding is best. But not all new moms are able to breastfeed. And others may choose not to for lots of different reasons. Whether you breastfeed or bottle-feed with formula, it’s personal. Discuss […]