The Fall 2014 Issue Of New York Family Baby

Editor’s Note: All In

Events & Offers: The 2015 New York Baby Show and an UPPAbaby travel system giveaway

Scoop: Stylish nursing wear, a monthly subscription box for expectant moms, a registry resource, festive nonalcoholic bubbly, a guide to a non-toxic pregnancy, fab feeding gear, the new ExerSaucer, locally-made prenatal juice, the best bibs, and an eco-friendly shopping resource

The Ultimate Directory: Your one-stop guide to NYC’s best maternity and baby resources

Stroll Call: Our bi-annual guide to the year’s best strollers

Best In Show: Baby gear winners from the 2014 New York Baby Show this past spring

According To Plan: Identifying your birth care preferences can instill confidence about having a baby and help you deal
with the unexpected–plus, tips on writing your own birth plan

5 Tips for Avoiding a C-Section: One local mom and doula offers up the facts on how to safely circumvent the need for a Caesarean birth

Picture Perfect: Local photographer Karilyn Sanders offers seven great tips for photographing babies

Motherhood & Melancholia: Local experts debunk the myths surrounding Post-Partum Depression, and offer advice to suffering moms and their loved ones

The Feeding Project: From practical strategies to asserting your rights, here’s a guide to going back to work while breast feeding—plus, a selective guide to the best breast pumps

True Birth: In a new anthology, Labor Day, a host of prominent female writers share their unvarnished stories of childbirth

Ready Or Not: The founders of the NYC Dads Group and Twiniversity offer their favorite bits of advice for new parents

Shower Power: Perfectly precious baby shower gifts selected by some of the top voices in the baby and maternity world

What To Expect When You’re Expecting Your First, Second, Third…: Four local moms with differently-sized families report from the front lines on life with a new baby

The Last Word: When one local mom-to-be’s pregnancy caused her some unexpected anxiety, it took celebrating with old friends to help put things in perspective