Brought to you by

My Pregnancy

Brought to you by

Pregnancy is exciting – and with all of the physical and emotional changes on the way, there are surely many questions you will want answered. For information on what’s happening now, check out Pregnancy Week by Week. Looking for the perfect baby name? Use our Baby Name Finder! And don’t miss the articles, videos, and checklists for more to learn and love!

Track your
baby's development

Enter your due date or baby's birth date

Editor's picks

How Do I Know if I'm in Labor?

One of the most indicative aspects of knowing when you are in labor is your gut feeling. Every woman will describe their personal experience a little differently; however – all o ... More


Pregnancy Complications When You’re Over 40

Many women are now waiting until their thirties and forties to get married or have children. Some decide to wait so that they can focus on their career, some are waiting to find th ... More


Chemical Pregnancy: What Is It, and What Are the Risks?

It is estimated that about 50-60% of first pregnancies are chemical pregnancies. Chemical pregnancies, or early miscarriages, happen before five week ... More

How to Handle Being Sick While You’re Pregnant

Is there anything worse than being sick while you're pregnant? Here's what you can do if ...
Read More

5 Totally Weird But Normal Things That Happen After You Have a Baby

Is losing your hair and crying non-stop normal after having a baby? Find out all of the ...
Read More

7 Different Ways to Say the Term “Pregnant”

I am finally starting to hit that point in my pregnancy where I look more pregnant and ...
Read More

Science Proves It: Exercising During Pregnancy Helps Speed Up Labor

Science has spoken: there's one more really great reason to keep exercising during ...
Read More

Can We Stop Strapping Pregnancy Bellies On Dads?

I completely understand the why behind all this, because it’s a well-intentioned ...
Read More

Can You Still Have a Home Birth with an Incompetent Cervix?

An incompetent cervix is one of the more common complications of pregnancy, and it simply ...
Read More

×