We’ve included sweet names for both boys and girls.
“I think I was in a bit of shock.”
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Move over gender reveals.
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Think Sayer, instead of Sawyer, for instance.
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But it's causing a concern for pregnant moms.
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Wigbert? Koala? Debonaire?
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Because sometimes choosing a name can be stressful.
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It was the Fall of 2005, when I was four months postpartum with my now 11-year-old son that I was brought to my knees with the dark days of winter and the biggest struggle of my life, postpartum depression. The days began to feel longer and more daunting as I crept into a depression due to imbalanced hormones.
Did your baby's name make the list?
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Unique nature names are all the rage.
Olivia and Oliver are the top names in at least five countries.
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Pregnant moms-to-be rejoice! Never before have there been so many options for stylish winter maternity coats. Designers have caught up with demand. You no longer have to sacrifice fashion for function during pregnancy. I've found the best stylish winter maternity coats to keep you and your inside baby warm and toasty this winter.
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And it's helping parents feel more part of the whole birth process.
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When we are talking about the details of your birthing vision, there are important choices to be made. You may decide that some choices should be adhered to, like delayed cord clamping, because of the benefits for your baby. Other choices will be greatly influenced by factors beyond your control, and your birthing process may require a shift in thinking about how to ascend That Mountain.
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This baby name trend is exploding.
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Nameberry has released the top predictions for next year.
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These choices are refreshing.
BabyCentre U.K. has revealed its top 100 boy and girl names of the year.
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Laura McKnight nearly died from HELLP syndrome and now she's helping spread awareness about the condition.
I was anxiety-ridden throughout my entire pregnancy and I suffered from awful depression and anxiety after my baby was born. Obviously I should have been on meds throughout my pregnancy, but my OBGYN didn't know I was suffering from perinatal anxiety. I didn't know.
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Because "Gilmore Girls" fandom has never been stronger.
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Why should a double zero model get to strap on a baby-bump, as though it's a mere accessory like shoes or bracelets, and pose in a maternity clothing campaign?
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Pregnancy loss is a sensitive topic.
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I believe we need to shift in how women -- and society -- classify giving birth. We need to spend more time encouraging women to embrace their unique experiences. We need to concentrate on educating women on what the body actually does as well as different methods of birthing and various outcomes -- without judgment.
And the top 10 list from 100 years ago.
Two-parent Canadian families spend nearly a quarter of their income on child care, according to a 2016 Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development report. That puts Canada among the most expensive countries for child care within this group of 35 wealthy countries. Single parents in Canada face an even tougher situation, spending nearly a third of their income on child care.