Are you ready to have a baby (or another baby)? Here we'll help you decide what to do when one partner isn't ready, teach you how to solidify your relationship before baby arrives, and more.
There's one cliche about having a baby that's 100 percent true: It turns your life upside down. Are you ready for the world's biggest roller coaster ride? Take this quiz with your partner to find out.Take Quiz
If you're thinking of adding another baby to your cozy clan, consider the pros and cons before you get busy.
Babies change everything. Here's how to make sure they change your love life for better, not worse.
You already know you want to add another tiny, cherub-cheeked human to your family, but should you go for it now or wait a littler longer?Take Quiz
You know your date nights will be numbered and you're going to lose sleep, but what about the changes you don't hear about every day? We asked our Facebook fans to tell it like it is; here, we share their best answers.
Giving birth doesn't come cheap. From prenatal care and epidurals to pre-term deliveries and hospital stays, here's the bottom line on hospital births.
Our step-by-step guide to preparing for baby's debut.
What if only one of you is ready to become a parent?
Follow these steps to financial stability so your family can be on the right track in less than a year.
You thought your first child was life-changing? Wait until you have your second one!
Finally! Some good news for "older moms."
We've all heard that having kids later in life can be risky, but a new study says the benefits may outweigh those risks.
Australia's oldest first-time mom has both major critics and fans. What do you think?
A new study reveals the cities where singles are most and least likely to want kids.
Women are increasingly taking control of their family planning, says a new study.
Women in the U.S. are waiting longer than ever to start having children.
Who's ready to have a baby? (Hint: It might be you.) Check out these 20 fun indicators that you're ready for a baby--and start trying to conceive!
We suddenly can't think of a better way to mark the milestone!
Folic acid is incredibly beneficial for pregnant women--and recent research indicates one more way the stuff may benefit your baby.