Author: Margaret Greco

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The Best Two Words My OB/GYN Said To Me

A large part of having a smooth and enjoyable pregnancy is finding an OB/GYN who has similar expectations and a compatible personality with yours. Maybe you’re an expecting mom who wants to know every detail throughout your pregnancy and need to have a deep interpersonal connection with your doctor, that’s perfectly fine. Or, maybe, you’re […]

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Birth Plans

A Millennial Birth Plan For An Enjoyable Delivery

Let me make this clear, no labor or delivery is 100% pain-free. It just isn’t a reality. If that’s what you’re thinking about having, you’re living in denial. With that said, I refused to have any unnecessary pain. Before getting pregnant, I never thought much about birth plans. Who can really plan a birth, anyway? […]

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Moms Need To Enjoy Small Accomplishments

Today I accomplished something. A task that has been on my radar for the past few months, since moving into our new place. I have wanted to put together a photo album with some of my favorite photos throughout the first year of my daughter’s life. It sounds silly, but even small accomplishments are crucial […]

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Overwhelmed searching for an OB/GYN

The 5 Step Guide To Finding The Perfect OB/GYN

Choosing an OB/GYN can be stressful, especially if you’re pregnant with your first child and don’t previously have one. It gets overwhelming trying to google local doctors, reading reviews, and then having to check with your insurance carrier regularly. I found that many doctors aren’t updating their insurance carrier information and change who they accept […]

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How To Correctly Help A Hurt Child That Isn’t Your Own

Children get hurt. And throughout your career as a parent, you’re going to find a hurt child or more. Bruises, scrapes, and bumps on the head – it all comes with the territory of parenting. In today’s world, when accidents happen, parents spend way too much time placing blame rather than fixing the situation(s) and […]

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