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10 Weird Pregnancy Symptoms your doc might forget to mention
by Stephanie Wood   Wacky, embarrassing, and truly gross pregnancy side effects that your doctor may forget to mention  Sure, some moms-to-be exude a certain pregnant loveliness...until they fart in an elevator or snore like a foghorn in the night. The fact is, a lot of nasty stuff...

Tips for feeding your baby in his first year
When starting solid foods, give your baby one new food at a time - not mixtures (such as cereal and fruit or meat dinners). Give the new food for five to seven days before adding another new food. This way you can tell what foods your baby may be allergic to or cannot tolerate. Egg whites are more l...

First year: Is your baby on the right Track?
Check out these major first-year milestones by: Nancy Ripton Baby Development • A newborn can only see things between nine and 14 inches away. • Between four and six months is a huge time of social growth for your child  • By six months, your baby shouldn't be sedent...

Secrets to a stylish pregnancy
by Noelle Watters | FNC iMag Before I was in their shoes, I never understood why women who were pregnant felt unattractive. It’s not like you’ve gained an extra 20-40 pounds because you ate too many burritos. Your sudden body transformation is due to the growing and blessed baby, who...

Baby Blues! 5 signs you’re heading down the road of post-partum depression
The decision to have a child is a natural step for a couple wanting to start a family. However, such a decision should come only when a woman feels secure, loved and happy. A new born baby should never serve as a “problem solver” if a couple are experiencing problems, or as a “time-filler” if a moth...



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