Babies born between 37 and 38 weeks are considered early-term. These babies do not face the same difficulties as preemies but they are not full term.
Around your 20-week appointment, you’re likely to be peppered with one question: “Are you hoping for a boy or a girl?” You answer that you simply want a healthy baby, but the truth is many of us harbour a secret gender preference.
The ins and outs of innies and outies.
Advice from real moms that have been there, done that.
How to know what's normal and what's not.
They are more than just the first photos of your baby.
Who knew that a tiny little being like your newborn would require so many things and take up so much space? Chances are your home has been invaded by all things baby, but this is what’s needed to keep your kiddo happy and content.
After the initial celebration of your pregnancy wears off, it is time to get to work, preparing for the arrival of your little one. Feeling nervous is natural, but being as ready as possible is a good way to fend off fears.
Andrea Page, a pre-and post-natal fitness coach and founder of FitMom, shares simple tips and demonstrates exercises to help new moms introduce fitness to their babies from an early age.