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An Update on Pregnancy and COVID-19

An Update on Pregnancy and COVID-19

By Guest Blogger Phillips Heine, MD, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Executive Director of Women's Health, Wake Forest Baptist Health Dr. Phillips Heine provided an overview of pregnancy and COVID-19 last April. As we continue to learn more about the new...

Benefits of Baby Signing

Benefits of Baby Signing

By Guest Blogger Kris Smooke Wouldn’t it be great if you had a window into your baby’s thoughts and growing personality? Actually, you do! Babies can communicate using simple signs and gestures before they are able to talk. My first son was fascinated by visual...

What To Look For in a Prenatal Vitamin

What To Look For in a Prenatal Vitamin

By TMoM Team Member Anna Keller Of course, the best way to give our body the key nutrients it needs is through our diet, but vitamins and supplements can play a helpful role in filling in the gaps when our diet doesn’t quite cut it. This can be especially important...

Directories for Babies

Year-Round Child Care in the Triad

Year-Round Child Care in the Triad

Updated By Stephanie Ferris ** Please note that we keep this directory live on our site year-round, so some options may not currently be available due to COVID-19 restrictions. Please click on each corresponding website for details!  Finding trustworthy, reliable...

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Top 10 Places to Take Your Baby in the Triad

Top 10 Places to Take Your Baby in the Triad

By Jennifer Mearns When you first have a baby, well-meaning people might tell you not to take your baby in public after he or she is born. In one sense, they are right. You don’t want to take your newborn out where they might be exposed to lots of germs—hospital...

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