A soft splash as the oar cuts through water; a quiet swoosh as your boat glides close to shore. A stately blue heron regards you as he patiently waits for a meal. Meanwhile, a bald eagle surveys the scene from
To breastfeed or to bottle feed? This is one of the most important and sometimes most difficult choices expectant mothers face. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that babies be breastfed for about the first 6 months of life without
Life with twins or triplets: it is full of highs and lows, humor and tears, and a unique perspective on life with not one baby, but two or sometimes three or more. Each day with twins or triplets is non-stop.
You’ve carried him for nine-plus months, nursed him, changed him, fed him, and loved him. The first year of parenthood is time intensive and exhausting. So it would be nice if, after 18 months or so, he could at least
I popped my head into the church nursery one Sunday to make sure that all was well. The room was well staffed, the toddlers were happy, and bubbles floated overhead causing giggles and jumps to erupt from the little ones.