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My Heart Wept for Years, But My Soul Stayed Strong — Never Give Up

As a teenager I was in the best shape of my life. I played soccer and could run for long periods of time. Well, most of the time. There would be a ran

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Sleeping while pregnant

When I became pregnant, I was tired all the time. I remember those early days fondly. I had no toddler running around, no real responsibilities, and I

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Six ideas to entertain AND educate my six-year-olds

As a working mom of six-year old twin girls, planning for summer brings on feelings of excitement, ideas for magical memories and to be honest, plenty

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Ode to Dr. Rhodes

Being new to the clinic, I asked the best person I could think of for a referral on OB/GYNs ─ the receptionist. She rattled off some brief thoughts un

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Twins

When my husband and I got married, there was an informal agreement that we would have between two and four kids. I came from a family of four, which

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What's Your Title?

Woman, mother, daughter, caregiver. We all carry titles. From a young age I knew another one for me would be working parent. This vision was likely f

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Pregnancy with PCOS

I never had a burning desire to be a mother...

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Life ─ All According to Plan

Annika, Sofia, Bjorn… from the age of 5, I was planning my future. My plan included the names of my children, which were most often cute Swedi

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Healthy Eating on a Budget

Want to eat healthier, but concerned about the high cost? Get the lowdown on shopping smarter. Your grocery budget doesn’t have to stand between

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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Get accurate information about polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) - including symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options...

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Make Meals for the Entire Week

Coming up with meals everyday can be mentally taxing for parents.  Out this tip as a times saver – cook up a bunch of food and then spread it througho

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A NICU Journey

Caitlyn, Registered Nurse BSN As a nurse, I thought I was prepared to officially become a mom with my first child. Little did I know, my water would

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Is it More Than Baby Blues?

You’re expecting a new baby! Everyone is excited, and you can’t wait to bring the little bundle of joy home. But some women felt nervous,

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Healthy Pregnancy: Tips on Working Out for Two

Being physically active has tremendous health benefits for pregnant women. Exercising may help. Learn more here.

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Gestational Diabetes

Gestational diabetes affects close to 6 percent of pregnant women. It can usually be controlled by smart eating and regular exercise. Learn about the

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Healthy Pregnancy: Tips on Working Out for Two

Being physically active has tremendous health benefits for pregnant women. Exercising may help. Learn more here.

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IVF Story

Our journey to have a baby started in 2012. It began nonchalantly: we decided that we were ready to bring a child into the world and support them with

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What I Wish I Knew Before Baby

From the moment you find out you’re pregnant, all of your attention and focus immediately turns to the baby you’re carrying. I remember th

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A Long Pregnancy and Adoption Journey

I’ve never been pregnant.  I don’t have any children, but I hope to someday.  I’m in a same-sex relationship, and pregnanc

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Gestational Diabetes

Gestational diabetes affects close to 6  percent of pregnant women. It can usually be controlled by smart eating and regular exercise. Learn about the

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