Updates to the Expectant Mother's Guide
New ‘Leave a Comment’ Feature Now AvailableJanuary 12th, 2012
Expectant Mother’s Guide readers with a Facebook, AOL, Hotmail or Yahoo! account can now share thoughts or advice for other mom and mom-to-be readers via our new “Leave a Comment” feature, located at the bottom of all articles. We look forward to your feedback!
Balancing Friendships and a New BabyNovember 4th, 2011
Worried about how to juggle marriage, family and friends with a new baby? Mary Jackson Lee a private psychotherapist in Wheaton, IL addresses this issue in her article Maintaining Friendships After Baby.
Baby Shower RegistrySeptember 14th, 2011
Looking for a unique place to register for your baby shower? Check out the Baby Stuff Store located in St. Augustine. Family and friends who mention the website will receive 10% off your registry items!
A New ExpectantMothersGuide.com in the Works!September 13th, 2011
We’re working on a new look for ExpectantMothersGuide.com. Please excuse our appearance as we continue making updates. Anything in particular you’d like to see? Let us know at email@example.com
Baby’s Developing VisionAugust 26th, 2011
Dr. Diane Kapadia at St. John’s Eye Associates in St. Augustine, Florida has written on expected milestone for infants vision and common issue to look for in her new article Infant Eye Development: When should my Baby See an Optometrist?
Common Sleep Habits for Your BabyAugust 17th, 2011
Deborah Pedrick, Child Sleep Consultant and owner of Family Sleep Services in Stamford, CT writes on common issues parents encounter as babies’ sleep habits evolve in the article How Baby’s Sleep Develops.
Tips on Creating a Successful Birth PlanAugust 17th, 2011
You are counting down for nine months for that one day where you welcome your little joy into the world. To make your baby’s birth day exactly how you would like it Claudette Christopher, Health Educator and Program Coordinator at Shands Jacksonville Medical Center in Jacksonville, Florida has written up tips on Creating a Birth Plan.
Self-Care Post Partum: Finding “You” TimeAugust 12th, 2011
New moms may overlook their own needs in order to care for their newborn, but finding the time to practice self-care is important for both yourself and your family. Dr. Diane Sanford, a St. Louis-based psychologist and co-author of Life Will Never Be The Same: The Real Mom’s Postpartum Survival Guide explains. Read an excerpt from the book on Obstacles to Self-Care.
Baby Sign Language –Get Started, It’s FREEAugust 10th, 2011
The folks at www.BabySignLanguage.com, an online collection of free resources designed to teach your baby to sign, have provided us with some tips on getting started. Read their article, Baby Sign Language.
Avoiding Alcohol, Caffeine and DIRT?! During PregnancyAugust 9th, 2011
The new article Foods to Avoid During Pregnancy by Misha Biden, RD, LD, Registered Dietitian at Shands Jacksonville Medical Center, goes over well-known and unusual food items that could cause harm to you and your baby.
A Supportive Nursing BraAugust 4th, 2011
Considering most women wear the wrong bra size pre-pregnancy, they’re really at a loss for what to do with a growing bust during and after pregnancy! Certified Bra Fitter, Tracy Fergason of Greenwich, CT, gives us the what, when and how of shopping for A Supportive Nursing Bra.
New Mom Registration – Now With Categories!August 3rd, 2011
Our New Mom Registration Program now allows you to select the type of information, special offers and incentives that you’d like to receive from local businesses. Choose one or more: Pregnancy, Shopping/Coupons, Childbirth, Postpartum Support, Breastfeeding, or Baby Care/Parenting.