A postpartum weight-loss timeline.
Your jaw will drop.
7 surefire ways to get back into shape after having your baby.
Expert advice on recovering from a Cesarean section.
Two fathers share the nitty-gritty.
Natalie Portman, Peta Murgatroyd, Mila Kunis, Kerry Washington, Olivia Wilde, Blake Lively, and other celebs are pregnant. Who's due next?
Pregnant Emily Blunt, Anne Hathaway, Eddie Redmayne's wife and Chrissy Teigen (in two outfits) glowed on the red carpet at the 88th Annual Academy Awards on Sunday.
Tatyana Ali, Behati Prinsloo, Emily Maynard Johnson, Hilaria Baldwin, Lacey Chabert, Daniela Ruah, Megan Fox, Ellie Kemper, and others welcomed babies recently: Find out which celebs just had a baby!
Elle Walker made her first videos in a closet. Now she executes six-figure deals for What's Up Moms on YouTube. She can find the funny in almost anything!
Meet the mommy mogul, style icon, and a true expert in the art of work-family balance.
Eight must-have postpartum products every new mother needs to recover from delivery.
This is incredible.
"Love makes you fat," according to this blogging mom. What do you think?
Yes, recovering from a Cesarean section hurts--it's major surgery!
How is she SO light on her feet at 32 weeks?
The project that aims to change the way you see your motherly figure.
From Blac Chyna to Jessica Simpson, here's a look at the sweet ways celebrities have shared their pregnancy announcements and gender reveals.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting again! While we're excited for the new royal baby, we're enjoying another nine months of maternity style from Kate Middleton.
Ready to relish every minute of your pregnancy? The Chew's radiant host shows you how to seize this awesome time.
As if Stacy Keibler weren't already our fitness idol, the soon-to-be mama is building on her healthy habits during pregnancy. Steal her secrets for looking and feeling great from head to toe.
New fathers often bow out when the baby is a girl. That''s a mistake for everyone.
Postpartum headaches can be painful. What to do and how to prevent them from coming back.
What 70 percent of new moms need to know.