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From what's happening in maternity fashion to what's happening in the world of motherhood. Here's where you can get updates info and insights - all straight from Rosie!


Rosie to the Rescue!: How to Throw a Baby Shower for a Second (or Third, or Fourth) Baby

In case you missed it, here is a recent post from “Rosie to the Rescue”, my blog for Parents Magazine, where I list my tips for throwing a baby shower for a second (or third, or fourth!) baby. 

baby shower collage

How to Master Breastfeeding

I've put together my top tips for mastering breastfeeding, together with some great products to help you get there from Fairhaven Health.

Mastering the Art of Breastfeeding

Paging Dr. Grunebaum: The Truth About C-Sections

Dr. G of BabyMed.com answers everything you've ever wanted to know about c-sections.

Prenatal Tests in the First Trimester to Detect Chromosomal Abnormalities and Birth Defects

Every Day is a Baby Shower: The Playlist

Every day is a baby shower at Rosie Pope Maternity, and we've got the play list to prove it!

Rosie's Playlist

My Top Five Tips for a Healthful and Kind Pregnancy

With the help of my friends over at Fairhaven and of course my beloved OB-GYN Dr. Grunebaum, I've put together my five simple steps to have a healthful and kind pregnancy.

Top 5 Pregnancy Tips

Paging Dr. Grunebaum: The Six Week Myth and Getting Back in Shape After Baby

Dr. G is back to debunk the postpartum six week myth, and to help us all get into shape quickly and healthily after baby.

Prenatal Tests in the First Trimester to Detect Chromosomal Abnormalities and Birth Defects

Oh, Baby: The Alinea Tweet Debate

Do babies belong in nice restaurants?  My thoughts on the recent twitter controversy.

Babies in Restaurants

Paging Dr. Grunebaum: Prenatal Vitamins, Part 2: What's the Deal with Omega-3's?

In part two of our two part series on prenatal vitamins, Dr. G of BabyMed.com explains why Omega-3s are so important - and why you may not be getting them from your diet or your prenatal vitamins.

Prenatal Tests in the First Trimester to Detect Chromosomal Abnormalities and Birth Defects