Drool Baby Expo is New England’s premiere learning and shopping event for expectant and new parents! Produced by local retailer Magic Beans, Drool brings you an unparalleled baby gear shopping experience. In just one night, you’ll have the opportunity to interact with over 100 companies, including top baby gear brands and the best local resources for pregnant and new parents. Join us on April 18, 2018 at the Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel. Use the coupon code BOSTON5 for $5 off your ticket at droolbabyexpo.com!
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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 […]
To help you, and to save pregnant feelings everywhere, I’ve come up with five things you should be ABSOLUTELY SAFE in saying to a pregnant woman.
It is the eve of my 40th birthday. I’ve never felt better. I feel comfortable in my skin. I’m happy. With age truly does come a certain knowledge of the world and my place in it. Also, I’m pregnant. This is something that was not exactly expected (not unexpected either) but certainly not what I […]
I am incredibly blessed. My husband and I have a wonderful, healthy, happy 3-year-old, and we are expecting baby number two soon. I should be excited. I should be dreaming of nursery colors and coming up with the perfect name. I should be thinking of how our family will be complete once we have her. […]
When I was pregnant with my first child, I documented everything. I had weekly photos and weekly blog posts. Every night, I would recount to my husband all the different sources of protein I ate, how many miles I walked, and how often during the day I stopped to practice my squats. This time around, […]
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 […]