If you think fashions in the eighties were bad, just wait until you see these ’80s maternity clothes – the often tent-like outfits pregnant women were wearing.
When this article was published, touting the wonders of c-section deliveries, they stated that the cesarean rate was one out of 20 births. And that
Once people accepted that pregnant women could be stylish and need not remain hidden, the designs of vintage ’50s maternity fashion were surprisingly varied. Here’s a look!
In the ’30s, ’40s and ’50s, old-fashioned maternity wear existed – but its main job was to help the mom-to-be hide her pregnancy. Here’s a look back at fashions to help women camouflage that bump!
On the way to today’s super-simple, pregnancy test sticks that give results in minutes, women had to use these chemistry set-style vintage home pregnancy test kits, then wait hours for a result.
Pregnancy test sticks were a huge step forward, and meant that millions of women finally had a way to find out they were pregnant without
Take a look at the top 50 old-fashioned baby names for girls from 1900 for a few names that don’t even rank in the top 1000 today.
The expensive facts: Can you afford a baby? (1976) By Richard Flaste NEW YORK — Forget, for a moment, the buzzing confusion that greets infants
For some seriously questionable old-fashioned marital advice from 1861, take a look at one doctor’s sex rules for couples.
Surprise baby is puzzling doctors – Mother had no idea baby was coming until doctor brought her into the world
This excerpt from a 1922 article, “Care of the Baby at Birth,” was written by by Dr Ralph Lobenstine and addresses the care of the
A very expectant Barbara Eden, title star of NBC-TV’s fall I Dream of Jeannie series, beamed and smilingly said, “I thought I had picked up a bug somewhere.”
Natural childbirth is winning new adherents By Marylin Bender Natural childbirth has moved from the status of controversial cult to ecumenical movement. During the last
It’s a girl! Doctors told Laurie and Jon Steel: “You will never have a baby of your own.” But the young couple refused to accept
The article below offers a perspective on childbirth from the year 1915, when there were far fewer pain relief options than there are today —