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Emily C. Johnson

Emily C. Johnson is a Features Editor at Fit Pregnancy and Natural Health. A born-and-bred New Yorker, when she's not writing and editing all manner of stories about pregnancy you can find her exploring her very favorite city.

Is your baby safe while she sleeps? More than half of babies aren’t, according to a new study. A whopping 55 percent of U.S. infants still sleep with unsafe bedding (think: blankets or pillows in the crib), according to a new study in Pediatrics. While you may count on a pillow and warm blank...

We found out what the actress (whom you may recognize from Hawaii Five-0 and, yes, Beverly Hills, 90210) is hankering for as she awaits the arrival of her second child this fall—and how her sweetie Curtis Stone makes it happen.Lindsay Price: I think we crave what our bodies need, so we should pay ...

Nancy O’Dell, co-host of Entertainment Tonight, author of Full of Life: Mom-to-Mom Tips I Wish Someone Had Told Me When I Was Pregnant, and mom to 7-year-old Ashby, tells us what surprised her most about motherhood, the qualities she hopes to instill in her little girl, and more.What surprised you...

You already know that getting it on feels way different now (and could require you to try positions you've never thought about)—but there may be other changes in store between the sheets, too.1. Watch Out For Waterworks.As your breasts prepare for nursing, they might jump the gun during sex. "Many...

Now's the time to snag baby bump photos you'll cherish for years to come. Tamara Lackey, a portrait photographer in Chapel Hill, N.C. and author of Capturing Life Through (Better) Photography, schools you on snapping.Get The Right EquipmentIt's worth investing in a DSLR camera; once Precious is...

“Almost every move I make, every thought I think, I do with my son in mind. My wife Jenny [Mollen] and I have this wonderful sense of teamwork now. We’re working together toward a common goal: to love and care for our child in the very best way.Jenny and I rely on each other more, and I feel a g...

Minnie Driver is really owning motherhood these days: when she’s not playing the eccentric mom in NBC’s About a Boy or a mother grieving after a stillbirth in Lifetime’s new movie, Return to Zero, she’s dedicating 110 percent of her energy to her real-life son, Henry. We caught up with Minni...