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A Letter to Pregnant Me

Dear Pregnant Caitlin, Congratulations. This is it. The moment you’ve been dreaming of for years is finally here. After months of negative tests, happy pregnancy announcements from current and former friends, and one consolation tattoo, it’s your turn. You saw those two lines and couldn’t believe it. From here on out, your brain will go a […]

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NAMMA Families Fair

If you are curious about what kinds of local providers specialize in pregnancy, postpartum and all things baby-related, come check out the NAMMA Families Fair this September 24. You’ll be able to meet with a variety of perinatal professionals – lactation consultants, sleep consultants, midwives, doulas, chiropractors, and more. Plus, there will be workshops for parents and activities for kids! Raffles, food and drinks, fun for all ages (with a side of education!).

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I’m Pregnant. Give Me Your Seat! (Said No One Ever)

Olivia Wilde is no stranger to trending in social media. This week, Ms. Wilde lambasted fellow New York City subway riders for not offering a visibly pregnant woman (that would be her) a seat. She was probably tired and walked too many blocks before she headed underground to ride the train. She might’ve been crabby, and her ankles […]

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Plan Your Weekend :: July 29-31

FridaySaturdaySundayFriday Highland Street Foundation Free Fun Fridays! - Various times/locations, please see website Shakespeare on the Common: Love’s Labour’s Lost - Various times (Boston) The Lowell Folk Festival 2016 - All day (Lowell) Word Play - Various times (Brookline) Puerto Rican Festival - Various times (Boston) Mary Poppins at North Shore Music Theatre - 8:00am - 5:00pm (Beverly) Backyard and Beyond: [...]
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How Motherhood Helped Me Find My Courage

There are moments in your childhood that you hold on to, however insignificant they seem at the time. One of those moments happened at a restaurant with my mom when I was 7 or 8. The overall experience was awful. Bad service and wrong orders were followed by the inevitable whining and pushing food around […]

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