A lot of thought goes into naming your little one. Whether you like to follow the crowd or go out on your own with a more unique moniker, looking at the trends is always a great place to start. Here’s a look at the most popular names in Canada and the U.S. last year.
Getting a photo that won’t be rejected by the passport authorities is just one of the challenges associated with newborn identification. Here’s what you need to know about your baby’s government paper project.
From where to deliver to how to choose between a doctor, midwife or doula, moms-to-be have a lot of important decisions to make – and it can be overwhelming. "You really need to plan ahead to create the most positive experience for you and your baby," says author and childbirth educator Gail J. Dahl. Here's what you can do to ensure you get the best pre- and post-natal care possible.
About 30 percent of pregnant women end up having a Cesarean or C-section delivery, (when your baby is delivered through a surgical incision in your abdomen and uterus). From why you might need one to how long it takes to recover, here's everything you need to know about C-sections:
When you think about childbirth, chances are the word "pain" is one of the first that comes to mind. While it's normal to feel a little apprehensive as you near the end of your pregnancy, some women can experience intense fear that makes them dread delivery and could actually affect their labor.