The urgency to lose baby weight in Hollywood is almost as serious as an Oscar win. Who dropped the postpartum pounds the fastest? Who debuted her post-baby body on a magazine cover? How much did she gain during her pregnancy? … Continue reading →
The royals have arrived Down Under. Prince William and Kate Middleton touched down into Wellington, New Zealand with their 8-month-old son Prince George on Monday (April 7). Kicking off the start of their three-week tour, the trio disembarked from the Royal New Zealand Air Force aircraft. … Continue reading →
It’s here! It’s here! Our first-ever Registry Guide is on newsstands now, and we couldn’t be more excited. In case you love the cover as much as we do and want to get the look, here are the deets … … Continue reading →
Simply stunning! Mom-to-be Mila Kunis posed with her Jupiter Ascending costar Channing Tatum at a red carpet event for CinemaCon in Las Vegas on Thursday (March 27). The expectant actress, 30, debuted her barely there baby bump in a navy, billowy sleeveless dress. The day before, we spotted the Ted star shopping … Continue reading →
Get a jump-start on the day with a breakfast that's both delicious and nutritious.
Once you’re no longer in the throes of morning sickess, don’t be surprised to wake up feeling ravenous. Whip up a batch of homemade granola that’s loaded with monounsaturated fats, thanks to a healthy helping of walnuts (or hazelnuts) and … Continue reading →
Women who have “been there, done that” share their advice on how to manage new motherhood ...
“Research, research, research. Having knowledge of what will happen during pregnancy, birth and afterward not only gives you confidence but makes transitioning so much easier as well.” —Larisha Campbell, age 27, Sicklerville, New Jersey “Expect your life to change—sometimes for … Continue reading →
Developed by Dr. Arnold Kegel in 1948 to help women with those unexpected and sometimes uncontrollable postpartum leaks, Kegel exercises help strengthen the pelvic floor. Toning the muscles can result in better sex, faster postpartum recovery and gentler menstrual cramps; … Continue reading →
Do you catch yourself saying, “This is my favorite age!” every couple of weeks? You’re not alone. Here’s why each stage is even better than the last.
Newborn New arrival. After nine-plus months of waiting, it doesn’t get much better than holding your bundle in your arms at last. 1 month Temporary placement. Right now, you can lay your bambino on a playmat on the floor, walk … Continue reading →
Where to begin “For typical term newborn babies, it’s fine to start with a standard cow’s milk formula that is iron-fortified,” advises Wendy Sue Swanson, MD, pediatrician at Seattle Children’s Hospital and The Everett Clinic and author of Mama Doc … Continue reading →