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Category Archives: Motherhood




By Marla Walters Family Dinners Don’t Have To Be Homemade 50shousewifeserving

A few days ago I came home, flipped on my computer, and found a maelstrom of controversy in my twitter timeline. Author Amanda Marcotte, who writes for several blogs regarding politics and feminism, had written a piece for Slate entitled, “Let’s Stop Idealizing the…



By Ann Moore When Books Bring Children Confidence Im not scared

Very soon after popping out a kid and the midwife calling out “It’s a boy!”, my ear became accustomed to hearing a certain testosterone-induced refrain. Because I already had a daughter who was three years older, friends loved saying, “Oh, a boy now. Get…


By Sinead Durfour, PT PhD “Unexplained Infertility” Explained A7GEAW A pregnant woman holding her bump

In viewing a recent “Health Matters” segment where my amazing colleague Dr. Erica Robinson was interviewed regarding ways to improve fertility, it occurred to me that she, myself and the rest of our expert team at the World of my Baby (WOMB) are addressing…




By Kaitlin Gardner Pre and Post-Natal Pool Workout Ideas Pregnant woman working out

You’re having a baby – congratulations! This is an exciting time of your life. But you’d like to make sure to keep exercise a part of your world while you are carrying. You can still use the gym or running trail for a while,…