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  • Don’t love your postpartum body? Give it time

    Don’t love your postpartum body? Give it time

    Several days after bringing my first son, L, home from the hospital, I finally gathered the courage to face one of every new mom’s worst enemies: the mirror (second only to the scale).
  • Dad in-training: Things I learned from my daughter's surgery

    Dad in-training: Things I learned from my daughter's surgery

    The thought that you’re going to have to drive your two-year-old to the hospital for an operation isn’t something most parents would take lightly, regardless of how routine the procedure might be.
  • Video: Prince William describes joys of parenthood

    Video: Prince William describes joys of parenthood

    Britain's Prince William has described his joy at introducing newborn son to the world on the steps of a London hospital last month -- and about his nerves about fitting the car seat securely into the Land Rover before driving off.
  • It's a royal wrap: Swaddle-maker swamped after Prince George is seen wearing its product

    It's a royal wrap: Swaddle-maker swamped after Prince George is seen wearing its product

    Newborn Prince George, carried from the hospital to the royal car, appeared in a cotton swaddle with the tiny birds on it. Mums-to-be around the world wanted to know: Who are you wearing?
  • Hopes and fears for children born on the same day as George

    Hopes and fears for children born on the same day as George

    Even before the wooden double doors of St. Mary's Hospital swung open and the new parents emerged into the London summer, babe in arms, it was clear whole chapters of the day-old's life story had already been written.
  • Royal baby fever: The 'is it time?' drumbeat sparks empathy among mothers

    Royal baby fever: The 'is it time?' drumbeat sparks empathy among mothers

    Kate Middleton, a nation turns its baby-crazy eyes to you. Police have increased their presence at St. Mary's Hospital, the planned site of the royal birth, while international media are keeping 24-hour vigil outside the facility for fear of missing Britain's next prince or princess — who, according to reports, could arrive as early as this week.

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