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8 Things You Didn't Know About Postpartum Sex

From breastfeeding to vaginal dryness, there's a lot you need to know about sex after pregnancy. Some facts are nice, some are a little unpleasant, and some are just plain crazy. Guess which ones we have here for you? That's right! The nutty ones. Enjoy!

The Wrong Way to Give Your Child Medicine

Parents who measure medication dosages in teaspoons or tablespoons are far more likely to make errors than those who use milliliters, says new research published in Pediatrics.

According to the study, about 40 percent of parents dole out incorrect dosages, and those who measure in teaspoons or tablespoons are twice as likely to make mistakes than those who measure in milliliters.

How to Make Your Own Baby Food with Pears and Asparagus

This mush will be thicker and chunkier than a Stage 1 purée, but the lumps must be soft. For babies 7 to 9 months and up

Homemade Baby Food Recipe with Carrot and Avocado

Avocados are particularly high in the antioxidant lutein, which promotes healthy eyes and skin, while carrots are rich in vitamin A (also great for Baby's eyes) and disease-fighting antioxidants. For babies 6 months and up

DIY Baby Food: White Bean Soup With Herbs and Parmesan

A couple months after starting solids, your little lip smacker may be ready to move on to slightly chunkier textures and more complex flavors. That's where this recipe by Merrill Stubbs, cofounder of food52.com, comes in.

How Minnie Driver Avoids New-Mom Anxiety

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.

The Parenting Advice You Haven't Heard Yet

We all want to raise kind, compassionate kids, and it turns out that dancing with your baby (yes, dancing) can help you accomplish this goal, according to a new study published in Developmental Science.

10 Reasons You're Not Bonding with Your Better Half

I hear it often. "Before we had kids, we used to _____ all the time." Couples typically fill in the blank with something really fun that they used to do together, such as having lots of sex, adventures, great conversations, or laughing a lot. As a relationship therapist, I ask distressed couples who are in my office, "Why did you stop?"

Avoid This Working-Moms Trend

At 9 p.m. nearly any evening, you'll find Maria Colaco, a social media consultant and mom of two, staring at her computer, munching on cold leftovers and cranking away on a creative campaign. "I'm always turning to my work after the kiddos are in bed," she says. 

Jenna Wolfe: Today Show Anchor, New Mom and Model of Motivation

Jenna Wolfe, The Today Show anchor and new mama, tells us her secret to staying focused in the newsroom, in the gym, and at home.

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