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  • Posted 08/05/2011 04:46:51 EDT

    Thank you!!!! We took my daughter to the one in Providence in the spring and she LOVED it! We are definitely going again :-)

  • Posted 08/02/2011 09:36:17 EDT

    We went to Duxbury over the weekend and I've gone there all my life. It is EXTREMELY rocky, but only between the beach and the water. The beach is nice, soft sand and aside from a few big rocks in the more »

  • Forum Post: Bath tub

    Posted 01/29/2011 10:42:51 EST

    We just put DD in the bathtub once she could sit up on her own. It was much easier then! Now she just wants to stand and jump and splash :-) more »

  • Posted 01/18/2011 09:00:14 EST

    Cruises are great if your kids are potty trained, otherwise they're not allowed in the pools even with a swim diaper. more »

  • Posted 01/07/2011 09:52:01 EST

    I have to chime in and say that everyone's labor is completely different, so it's hard to predict what you will need and/or want. I ended up doing a full day of labor at home (the boring part) and the more »

  • Posted 12/29/2010 09:05:29 EST

    My DD is 15 months old, can I play? I'm signed up for a half-ironman in June!! I've done zillions of triathlons, but never the half-iron distance (1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike and a half marathon). I'v more »

  • Posted 10/07/2010 02:08:22 EDT

    Ditto on the Home for Little Wanderers. more »

  • Forum Post: crazy itchiness!

    Posted 10/07/2010 02:07:24 EDT

    The hands/feet thing is cholestasis. Like I said before nurses/docs don't get worried about PUPPPS because it's harmless, so you're gonna be on your own about this one. I had amazing midwives who were more »

  • Forum Post: crazy itchiness!

    Posted 10/05/2010 05:47:14 EDT

    I ended up with PUPPPS when I was pregnant with my daughter. It started off as itchy around my stretch marks and then it got bumpy and spread all over my midsection and down my legs. If this is what y more »

  • Posted 08/24/2010 10:48:58 EDT

    The books and docs lead you to believe that it will only last a couple of months, but like Kiwi at 11 months pp, I'm still cleaning out the drain. I don't even want to go into how much I have to vacuu more »

  • Forum Post: wow...

    Posted 08/03/2010 09:40:29 EDT

     Fair will be self-diagnosing in no time. Baby Center is soooooo bad!! I was obsessed with it! more »

  • Forum Post: Videographer

    Posted 08/03/2010 09:17:22 EDT

    Angelina Video did my wedding and Amie was AMAZING! Her editing is out of this world. We've watched our full length video a few times in two years, but she made a 10 minute music video recap for us an more »

  • Forum Post: midwife

    Posted 08/02/2010 09:39:09 EDT

    If you're anywhere near the South Shore, I HIGHLY recommend South Shore Midwifery in Weymouth and Hanover. They deliver at South Shore Hospital which is fabulous, as well. I started looking before we more »

  • Posted 07/21/2010 10:44:27 EDT

    I had my wedding at the Jones River Trading and it was the BEST!!! The food was affordable and delicious and the catering fee includes EVERYTHING including a day-of coordinator. The caterer is separat more »

  • Posted 07/14/2010 11:13:38 EDT

    Back labor is labor pain in your back. Most people feel their contractions in their abdominal area, but other lucky ones feel it in their abdominal area as well in their back. My DD was face up when s more »

  • Posted 07/14/2010 10:32:15 EDT

    The moral of the story is that EVERYONE'S labor is different. No matter how many people tell you what happened to them, yours will not be the same as theirs. I wanted to hear every story before I had more »

  • Posted 07/09/2010 11:26:12 EDT

    I also had a posterior baby. I had no idea in advance. She also came out conehead free. I had an unmedicated labor and delivery, as well, so don't sweat it too much. If baby is going to turn, he will more »

  • Forum Post: Frugal family fun?

    Posted 07/09/2010 11:11:35 EDT

    $1 Friday nights 5pm-9pm at the Boston Children's Museum. We took our daughter earlier tonight. more »

  • Posted 07/09/2010 11:08:37 EDT

    We went to great pains to create the perfect playlist before DD was born. Then in the throes of labor, I only wanted to hear one song...over and over and over and over.  I NEEDED that one song. I thin more »

  • Forum Post: side snap shirts

    Posted 06/19/2010 11:22:34 EDT

    Carters and Gerber both make them. Look under "layette." They sell them in packs of 3 at Babies R Us near the plain onesies. I will vouch for the fact that they are a good investment, but you probably more »

  • Forum Post: June updates

    Posted 06/04/2010 01:56:18 EDT

    Hahahahaha, GC! You just reminded me of my rhogam shot! At South Shore Hospital, they take you up to the ambulatory care area which is on the 3rd or 4th floor. So, the nurse takes me into a room with more »

  • Forum Post: Home Birth?

    Posted 05/25/2010 03:19:51 EDT

    True! The second trimester is definitely the best! You get to feel like you again. more »

  • Forum Post: Home Birth?

    Posted 05/25/2010 11:12:33 EDT

    It wasn't something I, or anyone, could have known beforehand. My CNM told me the next day that since DD was face-up (posterior), if I had gotten the epidural I probably wouldn't have had effective en more »

  • Forum Post: Home Birth?

    Posted 05/25/2010 08:19:51 EDT

    I wanted to have a home birth with DD, but the costs associated with it made a no go for us. Our insurance won't cover direct entry midwives since they're not licensed medical professionals and the co more »

  • Posted 04/23/2010 10:01:43 EDT

    You mean the "Shonda Schilling don't ever go out in the sun because you'll definitely get melanoma suits?" more »