Crawling. It is a milestone to be celebrated, it’s also a milestone that requires extra vigilance and preparation from parents. Published April 29 2012
Everyone has heard pronouncements about ability based on sex: girls are better at reading, boys are better at math, girls are more creative, boys are more athletic. But are they true? Published April 20 2012
If you set realistic goals for yourself and you make the effort, you can shed those baby pounds and be back into your favorite pair of skinny jeans before your baby is walking. Published April 13 2012
You have a great new diaper bag with all these little pockets, big pockets, pouches and plastic lined compartments, and then it dawns on you, you have no idea what else you might need. Here's a list of the essentials. Published April 4 2012
Brighid is a freelance writer and first time mother. She holds an MA in Writing from Johns Hopkins University. Find her on Facebook @Brighid Moret
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