Rebecca Byrne was excited to find out that she was finally pregnant, then devastated to find out she had breast cancer. After a battle to continue her pregnancy despite the cancer, she has finally given birth to a tiny baby girl. And she could not be happier.
Archive for August, 2010
New moms are always sleep-deprived as per popular notion. But a new study suggests that the mother of a newborn sleeps as much as an average person, but is fatigued because of the disturbed quality of sleep.
Researchers from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, have recently discovered that the smoking habits of the baby’s mother can be determined by inspecting the baby’s Meconium.
September is Baby Safety Month, and this year the B’More for Healthy Babies project in Baltimore is warning parents that the safest place for a baby is in a crib. The project is using real mothers to help drive home their warning.
There has not been a lot of pharmaceutical advancement within the field of labor for the last sixty years, since the development of ‘synthetic’ Oxytocin. However researchers in Switzerland have recently discovered a test that enables Doctors to examine levels of lactic acid in amniotic fluid.
Scout Masterson and Bill Horn, who are best known for being the ‘Guncles’ (Gay Uncles) to Tori Spelling’s kids Liam and Stella, showed off their adopted daughter Simone while at Kari Feinstein’s gifting suite over the weekend.
Fierce Mamas, the fashionable maternity line created by Project Runway designer Christian Siriano, has teamed up with Ideeli.com for a 48 hour exclusive sale event.
Emily Procter was photographed stopping by the GBK and Tic Tac Gift Lounge on Friday.
This is the first time we have seen the mom-to-be since she announced she is expecting. The CSI Miami star looked great in a bump hugging navy dress.
Valco has just released a new and improved toddler seat for it’s strollers called the Joey seat. Versions are available for all strollers that take a seat- one for the 3 singles and one for the double. The Joey provides some long awaited improvements on the older model.
The stereotypes for boys tend to be that they are physically tough and emotionally stoic, ignoring emotions and feelings that are seen as typically female. A new study, however, shows that breaking out of these stereotypes can lower stress and improve the mental health of boys. And it may just be their mothers who can help.