Pregnancy & Postpartum During a Pandemic: 4 Things to Know About Depression & Anxiety

Woman sitting next to crib looking anxious - potentially because of postpartum despression

by Dr. Lindsay Malloy, co-founder of Pandemic Parenting

I’ve been thinking a lot about the moms-to-be and new moms, bringing babies home and dealing with COVID postpartum. I know all too well what it’s like to cope with a mysterious virus and so many unknowns while expecting.

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American Girl Dolls: Four Ways to Inspire Creative Play

American Girl doll with guitar

What does your darling dream of becoming? Musician or medic? Actress or archeologist? More than ever, children need toys for creative play. A great doll serves as a reliable friend when playdates aren’t possible and encourages role-playing to build a child’s understanding of themself and their world. Inspired by American Girl, here are four fun activities your child can enjoy with their doll.  

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