Pregnancy and Parenting

Everything you need to navigate the journey from pregnancy through Pre-K, from the trusted medical experts at OhioHealth.
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Getting kids involved in sports teams is a great way to build skill, character, and teach them about teamwork. Before your child starts playing sports, it’s important to teach him about sportsmanship. Knowing how to react if his team loses, how to encourage other players, and the right way to be competitive is essential in determining how your child can grow from playing a team sport. #sportsmanship #children

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Being a stay-at-home mom or dad can be a great option, but for some families it can be stressful to determine how to appropriately budget with one income. We’ve put together three quick tips to follow when positioning your financial strategy to accommodate a stay-at-home parent. #budgeting #stayathomeparents

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When you are new parents, having a date night can seem almost impossible. Between finding a babysitter you trust for your newborn and finding the energy to go somewhere, the idea itself might feel exhausting. The truth is, it’s important for you and your partner to continue to spend quality time together – even in the midst of the craziness that comes with a new baby. Below, we’ve compiled four easy date ideas you’ll love. #datenights #parenting

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A baby monitor is one of the most important purchases you’ll make as a new parent. There are tons of options on the market, which can make it difficult to know which one is the best for your needs. We’ve put together a quick checklist of features you should be looking for in a baby monitor. #parenting #baby #babymonitor

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When you become pregnant, your breasts grow larger thanks to an increased number of hormones in your body, weight gain and expanding mammary glands. While you may not want to invest in new bras to wear for the next nine months only, they are ideal for comfort and support. #pregancy #comfort #style

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For women who suffer from morning sickness, the joy of pregnancy can be overshadowed by nausea and vomiting that often comes with the first trimester. If you find yourself feeling queasy, try one of these four tips to quell the nausea and fight back against morning sickness.#Pregnancy #MorningSickness #Remedies

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Did you know that 1 in every 50 pregnancies is an ectopic pregnancy? This means the fertilized egg attaches itself somewhere other than the uterus – most often in the fallopian tube. Because the fallopian tubes are not capable of housing a growing embryo, the egg cannot develop properly and special treatment is necessary. #Pregnancy

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Cravings are one of the most well-known side effects of pregnancy. People often joke about the weird things pregnant women eat during that nine months, but is there actually a reason behind it? Before you dip that pickle into chocolate, here’s what you should know. #pregnancy #cravings

Trying to conceive can be a stressful time. If you’re showing signs of possible pregnancy, seeing a negative result on your pregnancy test can leave you feeling disappointed. Knowing how to cope with your emotions and staying positive is extremely important. #pregnancy #negativetests #coping

It’s about that time: spring cleaning. While it’s great to dig in deep for a serious clean you don’t get on a daily basis, it can be tiring if you’re doing it on your own. For parents, getting kids in on the spring cleaning tasks can not only make it easier, but also teach them how to keep things clean in the future. Check out these four simple ways to get your kids involved. #springcleaning #parenting #kids

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