Proof That Breast Milk Really is Magic

By April Davis

I never feel more like a superhero that when I'm breastfeeding.  The act of breastfeeding my first baby really sealed the deal for me when it came to healing my body image-not only had I created this baby, but now I was her sole source of food, food I was MAKING with my magic boobies.  I l... Read More

Beyonce Announces She Is Pregnant With Twins

By Rachael Herrscher

Straight from the #BEYHIVE: “We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times over. We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes. – The Carters” PHOTO CREDIT: Beyonce via Instagram   Beyon... Read More

10 Ways to Survive Postpartum {The Fourth Trimester}

By April Davis

We need to talk about the postpartum period more.  Many new Mom's prepare for pregnancy and prepare for the birth but often do not prepare for postpartum or know that they should!   With this being my third baby, I'm all about getting ready for the fourth trimester.  A few thin... Read More

There Are Only Two Ways To Live Your Life

By Rachael Herrscher

In January 2016, Hayes was diagnosed with Choroid Plexus Carcinoma, an extremely rare form of cancer that affects 1 in 3 million people. His strong will and fight helped him endure five rounds of intensive chemo and a stem cell transplant.  He is a triplet born in March 2015. Hayes was the l... Read More

22 Favorite Baby Essentials

By April Davis

I'm getting so excited for this baby I'm having.  As a mother of two, soon to be three, I wanted to write about the essentials-things that I know I need for a baby now that this is my third.  There are no wipes warmers or diaper genies on this list, just the needed things.  I have two girls and t... Read More

What To Say (And What NOT To Say) When A Woman Miscarries

By YourTango

It's a heartbreak only the women who have experienced it can truly understand. Lauren started just four days after she learned she was going to miscarry her first pregnancy. It chronicles the trauma and aftermath of miscarriage: the physical pain; the bewildering grief of ... Read More

I’m Sorry, There Is No Heartbeat . . .

By Krista Parry

Words that too many women have heard. Miscarriage and infant loss. Something so common, yet very few people talk about it. 25% of all pregnancies end in miscarriage. A stat that is profound. Did you know that in 1988, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed October as National Pregnancy and Infant Loss... Read More

What Can I Take For Morning Sickness? All Of These Things.

By April Davis

As soon as I found out I was pregnant, I knew the sickness was coming.  This is my third pregnancy and I just can't seem to get by unscathed.  I've gone into my pregnancies hopeful and unfortunately they have all been very difficult.  This time I contacted Pink Stork as soon as I found out I was ... Read More

Nursing Favorites: Boppy Best Latch Breastfeeding Pillow

By Shannon Breuner Nelson

When I was pregnant with my daughter eight years ago, my first purchase at the baby store was a Boppy Pillow. It had a pink slip cover, and all anyone could tell me was how much I was going to use that pillow. And they were right, I used that pillow all the time. Here's the truth. Breastfeeding i... Read More

15 Unusual Childbirth Pictures

By April Davis

These are the unusual childbirth pictures that don't always make it to the photo album-placentas, umbilical cords and splashes of fluid.  If you've ever wanted to see more of the nitty-gritty of birth, this photo gallery is for you!  Take an opportunity to educate yourself-we know you... Read More