One mom shares how she broke the news.
Have you checked off these essential to-dos?
The most important things to do while you're expecting.
Be sure to have everything ready for when your newborn arrives with this handy checklist.
Do those old wives’ tales really work?
It's never too soon to spark a love for subjects like art, music, and language.
How to say goodbye--minus the meltdown.
The simple activities, games, and tips to bolster her brainpower.
These must-haves will get you through the first challenging weeks.
Behind the mystery.
How to cope with scary nighttime wake-ups.
How to prevent a meltdown--or stop one that's already started.
How to create boundaries--without having to say no.
Why a half hour at the playground won't cut it anymore
A guide from pregnancy to postpartum
How to get the support and tools you need to nourish your baby.
First-time fathers deserve some recognition, too. Check our our 10 best gifts for new dads.
Our top 10 picks for the best parenting websites (aside from ours, of course!)
How to make your own purees, plus easy recipe ideas.
Nothing says “Summer!” like this sweet-tart drink.
Refreshing, fruit-filled sips.
New ideas and inspirations for 2015 since there's no group on the planet more deserving of extra-special gifts this time of year
The next best thing to having Supernanny in your house.
Capture baby's special moments with this beloved classic.
Between feedings, changing diapers, and no sleep, moms need extra attention this time of year.
Save some moola with these great bargain websites.
New research says yes. Here’s how to help your baby fall asleep on his own.
Why the tube might not be the lifesaver you think—and how to keep your baby busy instead.
Yes, all that horsing around is actually good for parents and babies.
Teething can be painful for both baby and you. Here’s how to spot it plus tips on easing your child’s discomfort.
New research says swimming lessons can help little kids reach developmental milestones faster—but that's not the only thing that can help!
Mom-tested tips for how to stay sane in a tiny car with a tiny person.
A boat. A walking baby. Stuck at sea for several days. Um, really?
Watch developmental milestones at 1, 3, and 7 months.
Expert advice for traveling with your infant.
The best way to engage your baby's mind isn't with fancy toys or flash cards. It's you.