We have some exciting news to share with our readers! We—the team here at P&N—are so excited for the 1st Annual Chicago Baby Show, happening August 26-27 at Navy Pier in the Windy City. No other event provides a better experience … Continue reading →
Skipping that ubiquitous pink-and-blue striped cap could be a boon for both you and your brand-new bundle. Saved by the smell Moms and babes are biologically programmed to recognize each other by their scents, but if you’re nuzzling your nose … Continue reading →
Thanks to generous friends and family, you’ll likely end up with a dresser full of pint-sized apparel for your babe. But beyond frilly pink dresses and itty-bitty bow ties, there are a few practical pieces you’ll want to have on … Continue reading →
All relationships take work, and our eyebrows are no exception. Umbreen Sheikh, founder of Wink Brow Bar in New York shares her tips for keeping very angry caterpillars at bay. A fine line Have a brow specialist at your favorite … Continue reading →
Ready to introduce your bitty babe to Mother Nature? Here are a few tips on how to get started. Go for a walk. Buckle baby into the stroller or slip him into a carrier, and take a few laps around … Continue reading →
If your doctor recommends that you go on bed rest, don’t hit the sack before you … Study up. While there isn’t a ton of research on bed rest during pregnancy, the studies that have been done suggest that bed … Continue reading →
Although some employers offer paid leave, it’s not mandatory in the U.S., which means the time you spend at home after your baby arrives could come with a significant pay cut. Whether you’re planning to take eight weeks or 18, follow … Continue reading →
Whether you want to explore a sprawling city or a glacier lake, lie back and relax or rekindle the romance, there’s a babymoon for every mom-to-be. We’ve planned out everything from where to stay to what to do—even places to eat … Continue reading →
Ashvini Mashru, RD, offers her best advice for beating the quease.
1. Carbs equal comfort. this is true for most pregnant women in the first trimester, says Mashru. When you’re feeling nauseated, complex carbohydrates such as whole-grain toast, pretzels or crackers might satisfy your need for sustenance without making you feel … Continue reading →
Three things to consider when choosing a highchair.
Before you select a dining spot for your early eater, determine your top priorities. 1. Size of footprint A freestanding highchair may require a little more real estate, whereas a design that pulls up to the table (or even sits … Continue reading →