Feeling super sick before your period, but not sure if you're pregnant? From tiredness to needing to pee all of the time, early pregnancy symptoms can feel a lot like PMS. Here's some uncommon vs. common early signs you could be pregnant and what they mean.
Whether you're planning a natural, unmedicated birth or simply curious about the prospect of a natural birth, here's my firsthand account (in painful detail) of what it's like to give birth without an epidural.
Deciding when to have kids can be a complicated process, but deciding when to close the book on the baby-making chapter can be even more so. Here's my top reasons for not having any more kids.
Do you have a late period, but a negative pregnancy test result? What causes a false negative test? Here are the most common reasons for a negative test but no period explained...
A parent's wish list for simple ways the world could make life easier for parents of young children.
The problem of bullying in schools is widespread in many countries. Students who experience bullying fear going to school. One way to help them is to build their self-esteem and assertiveness skills.
Did you grow up with an emotionally absent mother and suffer because of it? Find out how you can thrive despite your painful past.
As a mom who has had both a vaginal delivery and a C-section, here are the things I learned that make C-section recovery easier, as well as some of the things that surprised me about how different C-section recovery was!
I am sharing with you the things I've learned being a parent to an 11-year-old boy. Topics include independence, girls, setting rules, friends, and the importance of family time.
Nothing is worse than being around a kid that is a total brat. You have to start early so your kids are a joy to be around, rather than being a nuisance to everyone. Here are some tips that can help you train and tame your toddler.
Parents often have a favorite child, no matter how much they deny it. Favoritism impacts how parents think, feel, and act towards their offspring. It also affects the kids. Here are the signs Mom and Dad are playing favorites.
We all find ourselves looking for routines, tips, or parenting hacks to make the transition from one to two children easier. While this is by no means a comprehensive list of how to live with a toddler and a newborn, it will hopefully help you in those first few weeks as you find your groove!
Every child is different. Every child–parent/caregiver relationship is unique. However, all toddlers are learning, absorbing their surroundings, and looking to you for cues as to how to behave/respond. Here are some of the things I have learned from my children, in case you should find it helpful!