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Parents are using fetal heartbeat monitors and fetal dopplers so they can monitor their newborn at will. While you may have peace of mind that your baby is doing well, this new trend cannot be without its drawbacks. Following are the pros & cons of using a heartbeat monitors and fetal dopplers to monitor your baby at home.

Some women are sad when they first learn the sex of their baby. I was. Here's how I dealt with baby gender disappointment. Hopefully my tips will help you too

Here's a collection of all the best tips for creating a pregnancy scrapbook, a pregnancy journal, or even a pregnancy video to document the days when you were pregnant. By saving your personal thoughts & experiences in one place, you'll have a treasured keepsake for both you and your child!

There are lots of creative things you can do with your baby's ultrasound pictures that will help you to preserve this wonderful memory of your pregnancy and your baby's first photo. Here are 9 fun ideas.

Will your new baby be a boy or a girl? Here are lots of fun ways to try and predict the sex of your baby!

If you're expecting a baby, then you'll probably want to track your pregnancy with free baby tickers & pregnancy widgets. There's lots of fun and a great way to keep everyone posted on the baby's growth.

After some contractions and cramping at 19 weeks, my ultrasound showed placenta previa, a serious pregnancy complication in which the placenta covers the cervix. Here are some online resources that explain what placenta previa means to expectant moms and placenta previa questions to ask your doctor.

You've had the ultrasound. Now, here are some cute ways to announce the sex of your new baby to friends and family. Here are lots of creative pregnancy announcements and ideas for you!

How much water should a pregnant woman drink before her ultrasound? When should you drink 32 ounces of water before your ultrasound? Here are my tips on surviving a full bladder when you have your pregnancy ultrasound!