Pregnancy cravings aren’t a bad thing – as long as you strike a balance between the odd indulgence and healthier alternatives. Scientists even posit a theory that those insatiable pangs for crazy concoctions could serve as a signal to feed your body specific nutrients – or balance mood hormones.
Postpartum depression affects between 4 and 25 percent of new fathers. The stats are surprising – not so much because of the actual numbers, but because the condition is largely considered the province of mothers.
The exact science behind weird pregnancy cravings may be shaky, but two things are certain when it comes to those gestational ‘gastronomic’ urges: they are insatiable, and they are crazy.
Everybody knows newborns need to wake frequently through the night to get their milk fix –along with the just-as-important dose of cuddles–but there’s far more to the tiring world of infant sleep than just the night feeds necessity; here’s a few things you probably didn’t know about your sporadically sleeping beauty.
As custodians to tiny persons, you’ll spend a large portion of the first few years bending down to clean up their spills, change their bums, pick them up, and help them cruise between potential crash sites…to name a few; this gig is literally backbreaking work, but now, a new “walking tool” may help ease the strain of at…