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Pregnancy Worries To Relax About

Concerned about the new things happening to your body? Read these reassurances so you can better enjoy pregnancy, from point A to point Baby.

That first-trimester fatigue? It's followed by a second-trimester glow. 
The increased blood flow that happens during the second trimester gives you a flattering just-got-off-the-elliptical flush—even if you’ve just been vegging on the couch.

That morning sickness? Not everyone gets it. 
Estimates vary widely on the percentage of women who have to deal with a sour stomach, but doctors say they have plenty of pregnant patients who never have nausea.

That bowling ball formerly known as your belly? You'll embrace it.
"At the start of my pregnancy, I was a little worried about how big I'd look—I wasn't slim to start with," says Ilene Epstein, a mom of one in New York City. "But as the months passed, my size didn't matter. I was fascinated by this baby growing inside me, thrilled by her kicks and darn proud of my bump!"

Those whirlwind hormones? They can work to your benefit. 
OK, so you might get a little moody at times, but pregnancy hormones often make hair fuller and even shinier.

That weight you gained? You’ll shed it. 
"Neither me nor my joints were prepared for the sudden weight gain during pregnancy," says Ellie Agah, a mom of one in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. "I dealt by going swimming. Not only was the feeling of weightlessness wonderful, but it also gave me plenty of energy and kept me in shape. I stuck with it after I had the baby, and the weight came off!"

That nesting instinct? It won't drive you crazy. 
"I never really believed in that nesting instinct until it happened to me," says Sara Norris, a mom of three in Scituate, Massachusetts. "Out of nowhere in my third trimester, I had this sudden urge to clean closets and line everything up in the kitchen cabinets. This has not been a bad thing; it’s really helpful to keep stuff in order once you have kids. Otherwise, you’ll spend your life looking for things you’ve lost, including your mind!"


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Your Maternity Winter Wardrobe Style Guide

Winter weather means cozy sweaters, warm accessories and dressing in layers, but when you’re pregnant you can easily fall into a winter wardrobe slump of sweats and shapeless knits. Instead of giving into the impulse to pile on some extra large sweaters and an oversized winter coat to get you through the winter stretch of your pregnancy, try some of these stylish options that will keep you fashionable in cold.

Sweater Dress:

A stretchy sweater dress can accommodate your growing belly and keep you on trend. Maternity sweater dresses will be knit with extra stretch in the middle, and keep it’s shape better than a regular sized dress, which may be the better choice if you’ll be in your second or third trimester during the winter. Pair with tights and you’ve got an office ready outfit too!

Bold Accessories:

A printed scarf, statement necklace and sparkly earrings are an easy way to punch up a simple solid sweater or otherwise monotone winter outfit.  Having a few scarves with different colour combinations and patterns is an especially cost-effective way to accessorize your way through the winter and change up the basic maternity clothes you may already have.

Textured Leggings:

It’s hard to imagine a maternity wardrobe that doesn’t include leggings. In the winter there are more options, patterns, heavier fabrications such as corduroy, suede-like cotton, and wool. Leggings easily grow with your pregnant belly and may be your go-to item post-pregnancy too, so invest in a few different pairs that will allow you to change up your winter look easily.

Low and Stacked Heel Booties:

Knee high boots will most likely not have the stretch in the calves to allow you to comfortably wear them through your pregnant winter, so it’s best to invest in some ankle height booties that you can wear with leggings, tights and jeans all winter long. Make sure your soles are sturdy and heel should be flat or very low and stacked to provide good balance.

A Real Maternity Coat:

If you’re well into your second trimester, or in your third, during the winter you will live in your winter coat, so get one that fits you well. You can check second hand stores or neighbourhood list serves for a gently used maternity coat, since this can be a bigger ticket item. But you’ll be thankful that you have it once you’re wearing it every day!

Layering Items:

Stock up on maternity t-shirts and tank tops that you can layer under sweaters, cardigans and blazers all winter long.  The extra length from the maternity styles will carry you through the winter and ensure that your expanding belly stays covered. And these are pieces that you will probably use after giving birth as well, so buy a bunch in basic colours that go under everything.

It just takes a few key pieces to transition stylishly from fall to winter. It’s worth investing in winter wardrobe upgrades that will keep you feeling put together and fashionable throughout the colder months, no matter what the occasion or size of your belly!

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Masculine and Feminine Versions of Baby Names

When picking a name for your baby, there are many considerations. Are you naming your baby after a family member? Is there a special meaning you wanted to convey, or name that’s always been dear to your heart? If you’re not planning to find out the gender of your baby, you may want to look into names that have both a masculine and feminine version.  This can be especially cute if you’re having boy/girl twins!

In many languages adding a diminutive suffix to the masculine form of the name usually feminizes the names. Often this means adding an “a”, “ia”, or “ina” to the end of the male name to create the complementary female version. Typical examples of this pattern include:

  • Joseph/Josephina
  • Robert/Roberta
  • Kyle/Kyla
  • Antonio/Antonia
  • Louis/Louisa
  • Stephan/Stephania/Stephanie
  • Brian/Brianna
  • George/Georgia
  • Felix/Felicia
  • Claude/Claudia
  • Alexander/Alexandra
  • Eric/Erica
  • Simon/Simone/Simona
  • Andrew/Andrea
  • Carl/Carla
  • Philip/Philippa

Sometimes there are different variations of the male and female names that are not always as obvious, but are directly linked.  These are names such as:

  • Charles/Charlotte
  • David/Davina
  • William/Wilhelmina/Billie

Many names that were once traditionally masculine have now become more popular as girl names. In this case, the masculine and feminine versions are the same. There are also names that are spelled slightly different given their gender, but are pronounced the same. Names that fall under this category include:

  • Dana
  • Frances/Francis
  • Avery
  • Emery
  • Noah/Noa
  • Skylar
  • Jessie/Jesse
  • Jordan
  • Dylan
  • Bobby/Bobbie
  • Sidney
  • Morgan
  • Ryan

There are so many variations on names that can easily adapt to the gender of your new baby. Don’t be shy about feminizing a male name that you’ve always loved in order to use it for a baby girl. If you’re having multiples of different sexes you can have fun mixing and matching male and female names that derive from the same master name.  You can also apply this tactic when naming siblings, so that they match up, or to correlate with your and your partner’s name.

Although choosing the perfect name for your baby can be stressful, before you know it, your baby will be responding with smiles and bright eyes every time you call their name.  So don’t be afraid of creating your own version of a favorite name if it doesn’t seem to fit the traditional gender mold, you just might start the next gender-neutral trend!

 

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5 Tips to Consider When Choosing A Maternity Dress

Finally the time has come when you actually look pregnant, as your tiny bump begins to grow…and grow. Now it’s time to go shopping for some maternity dresses to keep you comfortable and cool in all seasons. But how do you know what to look for?

We spoke to Lili Del Cueto, mother of three and founder of Olian Maternity for her best tips when choosing a dress for your expanding belly.

1. Should you try to hide your baby bump?

Current fashion trends encourage pregnant women to celebrate their expanding waistlines. “Show that bump,” says Del Cueto. “Be happy and proud. Today, there are so many beautiful pieces that are designed to highlight the beauty of a pregnant body.” To that effect, avoid voluminous amounts of fabrics and look for stretchy jersey materials that have style and shape to embrace the curves of your body. Tie-backs and gathers can help a dress flatter your changing figure.

 2. Long or short?

You can’t go wrong when choosing either a long or short dress. A dress that falls to the knee or slightly above makes your legs look longer and has the effect of balancing your expanding torso, she says. A long style covers everything and is super comfortable, plus you don't have to worry about the shoes you will be wearing. Sneakers anyone? Whether you go long or short really depends on your mood for the day and what fun activities you have planned.

3. Prints or stripes? Bright colors or muted ones?

As with everything in life, go with what works for you, says Del Cueto. Having a baby bump should not change your sense of style.  Do you love simple stripes? They can actually flatter your bump. If you have always been a fan of prints, why change? Just keep in mind that it’s better to choose a slimming all-over print, than a dress with areas of negative space, especially if they highlight certain areas of the body. “The empty space tends to visually accentuate the spot it lands on, so if it happens to fall on your expanding belly, breasts or rear, it’s a double whammy from an attention standpoint.”

As for color, let your wardrobe mirror this happy time in your life. Choose colors that accentuate the glow of your skin, which may be different than it was pre-pregnancy. If you think bright colors and patterns draw too much attention, go with solid colors in a palette that makes you feel good.

4. Empire waist or no waistline?

“Belting above your bump to balance your legs is a great favorite of mine,” says Del Cueto. A stretchy belt can be used below the bra line to create an empire waist. Some silhouettes work well on a growing body, including A-line shifts and loose-fitting dresses as well.

 5. Do you find a dress that fits now or one that will grow with you?

One of our key objectives during the design process is to identify fabrics and fits that can both accommodate an expanding bump and still be used post-maternity, explains Del Cueto. She often uses a spandex blend that expands for comfort during pregnancy and can gather back when that extra space is no longer needed. A classic wrap dress, for example, is an incredibly comfortable and fashionable piece during all stages of pregnancy and postpartum, she says. The waist tie can simply and easily be adjusted to fit to the desired comfort level and size. 


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Which Baby Shower is Best for You?

Super fun baby showers are all about the theme. And the secret to picking the right one is to make it all about you! Baby showers that reflect the personality of the mom-to-be make the day even more meaningful because they celebrate your individuality. So if you see yourself represented in the list below, give your family and friends a little hint by sharing your idea.

Full of surprises

If you’re never a bore and always the life of the party, then a gender reveal baby shower might be for you. This exciting way to share the news of whether baby will be a boy or a girl keeps everyone in suspense. Your guests can vote on what sex they believe baby will be and discuss the reasons for their guess throughout the party. At dessert time, reveal the big news by coloring the frosting pink or blue inside your cake or cupcakes.

Far from home

Maybe you’re living overseas or just on opposite coasts. Wherever you may be, if you find yourself living far from family and friends you may want to consider a virtual baby shower. Even though it definitely can’t replace being there, it does give everyone a way to celebrate when getting together is not an option. Shower hosts can ask “guests” to ship gifts to you by a certain date and then they can watch you open them via video chat. Your shower could actually last for weeks if your hosts plan activities and chats online!  

Ladies only

Planning on your shower being an intimate gathering with your closest friends only? Consider having a tea party baby shower. It’s relaxing, great for catching up and easy for your hosts to organize too. Food items can be finger sandwiches, dainty portions of soup or salad and sweets such as scones or crumpets. Teacups and fancy linens are another way to add an easy and elegant touch.

Glued at the hip

Are you and your partner totally inseparable? If your guy has been interested and involved in every aspect of your pregnancy, then you are probably not going to want to exclude him from the shower celebration. Having a couples baby shower works as long as other guys are invited and activities and food reflect everyone’s interests and tastes.

Books are for babies

A mommy-to-be who wants to build a library for baby should definitely consider a book baby shower. This can be a great shower for friends or co-workers to host. Guests are asked to give only a book as a gift and can even be encouraged to make it one of their childhood favorites. Nursery rhymes and classic children’s books can be used to inspire the decorations. This is a shower where everyone will leave feeling good knowing that their gift will play a part in boosting baby’s brain power. 


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Top Baby Names from Across the Globe

One thing that most parents-to-be in this world can relate to is the desire to pick the perfect name for their little one. Exploring top picks from parents in other countries is a great way to discover what’s trending in a wide variety of cultures.

This approach to generating baby names can be a fun option for globetrotting parents, multicultural families or anyone who’s looking for a name that’s different, beautiful and unique.

Whatever your reasons for reading on may be, you’re sure to find plenty of international inspiration for your baby’s name here.

 

Brazil

This is the largest country in South America and the only one on the continent to have Portuguese as its official language.

Favorite Brazilian names

Girls:   Alice, Sophia, Julia, Laura, Isabella

Boys:   Miguel, Arthur, David, Pedro, Bernardo

 

Canada

The border we share with our neighbors to the north spans 5,525 miles—it's the longest land border in the world. 

Favorite Canadian names

Girls:   Olivia, Maya/Mia/Mya, Sofia/Sophia, Emma, Charlotte

Boys:   Liam, William, Jacob, Lucas/Lukas, Noah

 

Chile

The Atacama Desert in northern Chile is the driest place on earth.

Favorite Chilean names

Girls:   Sofia, Emilia, Isidora, Florencia, Maite

Boys:   Agustin, Benjamin, Vicente, Mateo, Martin

 

Denmark

This northern European country is frequently ranked as one of the happiest nation on earth. 

Favorite Danish names

Girls:   Sofia, Alma, Freja, Anna, Ella

Boys:   William, Lucas, Malthe, Noah, Emil

 

Dubai

You can find the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa, in this Arab country. 

Favorite Dubaian names

Girls:   Maryam, Sara/Sarah, Fatima, Ayesha, Noor

Boys:   Mohammed, Ali, Omar, Ahmed/Ahmad, Abdulla/Abdullah

 

England

Fans of royal families and football just might find their baby’s name right here.

Favorite English names

Girls:   Amelia, Olivia, Emily, Ava, Isla

Boys:   Oliver, Jack, Harry, Jacob, Charlie

 

Japan 

Japan is an island nation that is made up of 6,852 islands.

Favorite Japanese names

Girls:   Sakura, Riko, Aoi, Wakana, Sakura/Sara

Boys:   Sou/Minato/Ichika, Itsuki/Tatsuki, Ren, Hinata/Haruta, Asahi/Haruki/Tomoharu

 

Lithuania
Parents everywhere should know that the stork is this country’s national bird.

Favorite Lithuanian names

Girls:   Irena, Janina, Ona, Danute, Regina

Boys:   Jonas, Vytautas, Tomas, Antanas, Mindaugas

 

Monaco

This European nation is the second smallest country in the world.

Favorite Monaco names

Girls:   Victoria, Giulia, Chloe, Emma, Anna

Boys:   Gabriel, Alexandre, Lucas, Ethan , Aaron

 

New Zealand

The most popular names of the Maori, the indigenous people of New Zealand, are featured here.

Favorite Maorian names

Girls:   Maia, Manaia, Anahera, Ana, Aroha

Boys:   Nikau, Ari, Manaia, Wiremu, Kauri

 

South Africa

This is the southernmost country in Africa and it’s home to 11 official languages.

Favorite South African names

Girls:   Iminathi, Minenhle, Rethabile, Bokamoso, Karabo

Boys:    Junior, Bandile, Kungawo, Siyabonga, Lethabo

 

Spain
The home of flamenco is also one of the largest countries in all of Europe.

Favorite Spanish names

Girls:   Lucia, Maria, Martina, Paula, Daniela

Boys:   Hugo, Daniel, Pablo, Alejandro, Alvaro

 

Sweden
Forests cover more than half of this Nordic country.

Favorite Swedish names

Girls:   Elsa, Alice, Maja, Saga, Ella

Boys:   William, Lucas, Liam, Oscar, Elias

 

Turkey
This country is situated on two continents—Europe and Asia.

Favorite Turkish names

Girls:   Zeynep, Elif, Hiranur, Yagmur, Ecrin

Boys:   Yusuf, Berat, Mustafa, Omer, Ahmet

 

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The Best Spring Maternity Styles

When the days get longer and the first buds appear on the trees, you can be sure that spring is in the air. With the warming weather comes a chance to spruce up your maternity wardrobe and stay stylish through your pregnancy while staying on budget and on trend.

Look for key transitional pieces. Long cardigans, leggings and low boots can bridge the winter and spring months by providing multiple options for chilly mornings mixed with warmer days.  Start your day with a cardigan or jean jacket – no need to worry about whether or not they will button over your growing belly now that the weather is warmer. Wrap a scarf around your neck for added warmth if the weather calls for it, but you can easily stash it in your handbag when the day heats up.

Leggings are the go-to maternity staple since they are comfy, provide endless options, can be dressed up or down and come in an array of colors and patterns. For spring you can opt for more than just the traditional black leggings. Look for on-trend florals, jean style leggings and even vegan leather. No matter what look you choose, leggings are sure to be an essential maternity wardrobe foundation.

The white shirt was seen on all of the spring fashion runways, in varying lengths and styles.  This is one of those instances when a true maternity version is what you need. With more room across the torso section of the shirt, a button down is possible to pull off when it’s made for your expanding middle.  The white shirt is a great basic piece that can be paired with leggings, and jeans, and also dressed up with a blazer and a great necklace for a more formal style.

Springtime is meant for dresses. Easy to put on, always flattering, and a simple one-piece solution to creating an outfit, a fresh springtime dress can make you feel feminine and pulled together in one simple step.  Wear a dress with tights or leggings and low heeled boots while the weather is still cool, and then lose the lower layers and pair with low sandals once the temperature rises.  Try a dress with the super trendy cutout shoulder silhouette, which looks modern but not too risqué for work.  You can easily throw a cardigan or jacket over the dress to create different looks from the same dress.

Of course, no wardrobe is complete without shoes.  Luckily this spring is showing very maternity friendly styles such as the more polished athletic sandal, clogs, and flat mules.  The glammed up athletic sandal can be found in patent leather, a multitude of colors, and a variety of soles. The adjustability of the straps make these a perfect pregnancy shoe – just don’t forget to indulge in a pedicure now that you’re showing off your toes!

Don’t let your changing figure stop you from looking current and stylish. Embrace the warming weather and let springtime put a spring in your step! 

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Childbirth Classes Get Ready for Labor and Delivery

You've probably read about childbirth and heard countless labor stories from friends and loved ones. Do you really know what to expect during labor and delivery, though? Childbirth classes can demystify the process.

Why should I take childbirth classes?

Whether you're delivering your first child or fifth, childbirth classes can help you prepare to meet the challenges of labor and delivery.

Consider the opportunities:

  • Learn things you never knew about labor, delivery and postpartum care.You'll find out how to identify the signs of labor and what happens to your body as your baby makes his or her way into the world.
  • Address your fears. During childbirth classes, you'll have the chance to talk about your fears with other women who probably share the same concerns. The instructor can dispel myths and help put your mind at ease.
  • Connect with your partner or labor coach. Childbirth classes offer your partner or labor coach the chance to understand childbirth, too - as well as how to support you during labor.
  • Discuss options for handling pain. You'll practice various methods for coping with contractions, such as breathing techniques, relaxation and visualization. Most classes also cover the pros and cons of common medications, such as narcotic analgesics and epidural blocks.
  • Get the basics on medical interventions and possible complications. Find out how routine interventions can influence the course of labor.
  • Check out the facility. You might tour the facility where you'll give birth and find out about its policies and resources.
  • Brush up on newborn care. In addition to labor and delivery, you'll likely get a primer on newborns. Common topics include choosing a pediatrician, breast-feeding, diapering and bathing.
  • Create a social network. Meet other pregnant women and listen to their experiences.

Are there different types of childbirth classes?

Some childbirth classes cover specific types of births, such as C-section, vaginal birth after C-section (VBAC) and multiple births. Refresher courses are available for parents who simply want to review the basics. Other classes focus on specific methods of childbirth. For example:

  • Lamaze. The goal of Lamaze is to increase confidence in your ability to give birth. Lamaze classes help you understand how to cope with pain in ways that both facilitate labor and promote comfort - including focused breathing, movement and massage.
  • Bradley. The Bradley Method emphasizes birth as a natural process. You're taught to manage labor through deep breathing and the support of your partner or labor coach.Many other classes borrow elements from these popular methods. In addition, you might find classes on other approaches to childbirth, such as hypnobirthing.

What's the best way to find a class?

Childbirth classes are offered at most hospitals and birthing centers. Some classes are available online or in video format. Ask your health care provider about available classes. A representative from your medical insurance plan might offer suggestions. You might also check with parents who've recently had babies.

What should I look for in a class?

Look for a class taught by a certified childbirth educator. Childbirth classes should be small - with no more than eight to 10 couples - to facilitate discussion and allow personalized instruction. Be sure to ask about the cost, location and schedule as well.

When should I take the class?

Childbirth classes are often recommended near the sixth or seventh month of pregnancy - but anytime before you go into labor would be helpful. Often a series of classes is offered over a period of weeks during the last trimester. The earlier you register, the more options and flexibility you'll have regarding class dates and times.

What is my health care provider's role?

Your health care provider is there to help ensure your health and your baby's health during pregnancy and delivery. With his or her input, use what you learn in your childbirth classes to create a birth plan. No one can predict how labor and delivery will unfold, but together you can design a birth plan that meets your expectations for labor, delivery and postpartum care - and that promotes the best care for you and your baby.

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Top 10 Nursery Must Haves Before Baby Is Born

There is so much excitement surrounding the impending birth of a baby that sometimes the nine months just fly by. OK, maybe not the morning sickness phase, but after that, time seems to accelerate until the birth day. Each of my three pregnancies went by quickly, but it's funny how my level of preparedness decreased dramatically with each progressive pregnancy.

With my first pregnancy, I read all the books nightly, kept a pregnancy journal, bought tiny little onesies, washed them in the gentlest baby detergent, arranged the changing table with diapers and wipes and had a fully stocked nursery. All at around seven months pregnant.

During my second pregnancy, I was busy with a toddler in tow, so naturally, I didn't have as much energy and time. Nonetheless, I still managed to get some hand-me-downs and stock up on the essentials with probably a month to spare.

Pregnancy No. 3 was a whole different scenario. We had gotten rid of our crib after our second child moved to a regular bed and we didn't have even the barest baby essentials. With just a few weeks left in my pregnancy, we realized we needed to get into baby mode-and fast. Those were busy weeks! Luckily, we got it all done in time and had a stocked nursery when the baby was born.

Based on personal experience, here are 10 things I'd recommend stocking in your nursery:

Diapers:

Of course! When you're changing these 10 to 12 times a day at the beginning, these are a stock-up must-have. I'm talking multiple boxes of size 1 diapers. Yes, you do go through that many.

Wipes:

Necessary accompaniment to items mentioned above.

Wipes warmer:

Some people see this as unnecessary, but I personally used one for each baby. Those middle of the night diaper changes are a lot less jarring when the wipes are nice and warm.

Onesies:

Regardless of what time of year it is, short- and long-sleeve onesies are the easiest to change your little baby in and out of.

Waterproof changing pads:

I put these anywhere I change the baby's diaper to protect whatever I'm doing the changing on. And they're also great to stuff one into your diaper bag as added insurance during your one of many daily diaper changes.

Socks:

I try to use footie pants or zippered sleepers whenever possible, but if not, socks are a must-have for keeping those little tootsies warm. They also make a great stand-in as mittens to keep babies from scratching their faces.

Hand sanitizer:

I bought several pumps and dispersed them around the house, especially at the front door. With so many visitors and people who want to touch and hold the baby, hand sanitizer is your friend.

Nursing pillows:

Between ones passed on from friends and ones I held onto, I somehow ended up with four nursing pillows by my third baby. While that seems excessive, it was awfully nice to have one in each of the main rooms I was nursing in, without having to constantly schlep one upstairs and downstairs.

Receiving blankets:

I always had a few receiving blankets on hand to use as swaddlers, blankets, play mats, burp cloths.

Burp cloths:

Speaking of burp cloths, these are a must have for those spitty-uppy babies and to wipe the constant drool that starts flowing at around four months.

There are lots of lists of "essentials" out there, but the truth is that you don't need much for a newborn. The items listed here are recommendations, and of course, there are things you can't get by without, such as diapers and wipes. But ultimately, lots and lots of love is what you'll be fully stocked with after baby arrives, and that certainly goes a long way.

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