Monday, February 26, 2007

March Issue Preview

The March issue went to the printers this past weekend. You should be able to find it at your favorite location beginning Thursday! If you are pregnant or just had a baby, you will not want to miss this issue.
Inside is our 7th Annual Pregnancy & Baby Guide. There are 10 great articles in the guide. They include:
* A report on how Massachusetts is one of the worst states in the union to support and protect a women's right to breastfeed
* The beginning of our two-part series The Truth About Miscarriage and Life After Miscarriage.
* Discover the reasons behind the increase in C-sections in the Bay State.
* Changes you can expect to see in your baby during his first three months
* Trends in naming newborns and the top 10 names for boys & girls in Massachusetts
* Should I hire an au pair?
* Finding & making time for mom after baby's arrival
* The smallest sweets perfect for a baby shower
* 12 marvelous maternity shops
* 7 essentials for every new mom & baby

But if you are not having a baby, then you'll still can't afford not to pick up this month's issue to read our Special Report: Tackling the Childhood Obesity Problem.
Freelance Writer Rosemary Cafasso researched and wrote a multi-article report on how organizations and families are putting muscle into the fight against obesity.
The package also contains a look at the soon-to-be released book Ending the Food Fight by a physician at Children’s Hospital in Boston and an interview with children's author & illustrator Marc Brown, of Arthur fame, who teamed up with Rosemary Wells (Max & Ruby) to collaborate on The Gulps, a children's book, to be released in April, which tackles the childhood obesity issue and the need for families to solve the problem together.

Also inside March, read a:
* Adoption Insights: Preview of the 34th Annual New England Adoption Conference
* Special Needs Parenting: Understanding Children with Asperger's Syndrome
* Ask the Teacher: How to Prepare Your Fourth Grader for the MCAS
* Tween to Teen Department: New Commonwealth Driving Rules for Teens, effective March 31

Hope you enjoy this issue as much as we do!
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P.S. Stop by our booth at the American Baby Faire in Boston on March 10-11. We'll be raffling for FREE a few of our essential items for moms and babies featured in this month's issue!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Where can I find Bay State Parent in Burlington?