Postpartum Depression Happens to Dads, Too.

Postpartum Depression Happens to Dads, Too.

It’s hard to overstate the difference a child makes in your relationship. No detail of your lives remains untouched. There are the obvious things—you can’t sleep when you want, you can’t leave the house without a truckload of stuff, you can’t even watch a ball game...

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Bonding Has no Boundaries

Bonding Has no Boundaries

If you have a delivery without complications, you’ll be able to spend the first hour or so after birth holding, stroking, and looking at your baby. Because babies are usually alert and very responsive during this time, researchers have labeled this the sensitive...

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Postpartum Depression and Breastfeeding

Postpartum Depression and Breastfeeding

Postpartum depression (PPD) occurs in about 1 in 7 women and can begin anytime within the first year after giving birth. While mom seeks help for her mental health needs, it is still possible to meet breastfeeding goals.    Read full article here....

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The Wonderful World of Parenting

The Wonderful World of Parenting

Newborns Are Delightful—and Tiring. Newborns may sleep only a few hours at a time. A newborn’s ability to hear, see, smell, and feel grows every day. Parents can help crying babies calm down by making them feel warm, close, and comfortable—just like it was in the...

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