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Pregnancy Essential Guides
From preparing your body to pregnancy to finding out which days of the month you're more likely to be fertile.
For most women, the first 12 or so weeks of pregnancy are the most consuming because everything is all so new, so exciting, even overwhelming.
Everything you need to know to sail through most women's favorite time of pregnancy.
Our guide to the exciting last third of pregnancy.
Our trimester-by-trimester sleep guide will help you get the rest you need now.
Going into childbirth knowing what to expect is key to building the confidence you need. Here’s how to get there.
Everything you need to know—from buying that first nursing bra to deciding when to wean.
Pregnancy Essential Tools
Calculate when your most likely to conceive.
Announce your pregnancy to friends and family, and share photos and updates as baby grows.
Keep track of your baby's development each week. Personalize your calendar by entering (or calculating) your due date.
Calculate how much should you gain during pregnancy.
Struggling to find the perfect baby name? Try our simple tool for some surprise suggestions!
Having a baby means making a lot of buying decisions. We cut through the clutter to find you 149 products of the best parent- and tot-tested products.
Map out your pregnancy look with spring's must-have pieces.
Take your spring maternity wardrobe cues from our first lady.
We had 17 expectant moms try on 280 pairs to find the best-fitting maternity jeans.
Essential oils that are safe during pregnancy and which ones to avoid.
How to look great on no sleep.
Real Mom Blogs
Zoe Singer is a freelance food writer and cookbook editor who shares recipes and tales of raising a toddler in New York City.
Sasha Brown-Worsham is a mother of two training to qualify for the Boston Marathon. Read about the highs of lows of balancing family life and being an athlete.
Jeanne Faulkner, R.N., lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband and five children. Each week she answers readers' questions about pregnancy, delivery and motherhood.
Dana Rousmaniere recently expanded her family. Read how mom is adjusting to life three young children.
News and notes from the frontlines of pregnancy and motherhood updated daily.