Babies are little bundles of energy! They don’t want to lie still to have their diapers changed. They cry, fuss, or even crawl away. A simple issue can turn into a major tug-of-war between parent and baby.
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Information on how to select a baby sitter as well as how to establish a positive relationship with a baby sitter.
When we’re pregnant or awaiting adoption, we dream about our baby-to-be, we always envision those beautiful Hallmark card scenes: charming baby smiling up at peaceful mother’s face. We read books in advance of the big day about how care for a newborn ? how to bathe, feed and dress her ? and then we feel […]
Everything parents need to know about how to cope with the sleeping habits of a baby. Learn about their “routine”, how to gradually help them develop a healthy sleep schedule. Discover some massage techniques to help them fall asleep. Safety issues regarding babies and sleep are covered. Bedding and other physical considerations are also covered. […]
Some babies fall asleep almost before you’re out of the driveway, but others won’t spend five happy minutes in their car seats. Usually, this is because your baby is used to more freedom of movement and more physical attention than you can provide when she’s belted into her seat. Hearing your baby cry while you […]
Question We’re about to take our first airplane trip with our one-year-old. We flew quite a bit before she was born, but now we’re not sure what to pack or how to make this trip successful. Learn about it Even if you racked up your share of frequent flyer miles before your baby was born, […]
Gives mothers of babies and young children a healthy perspective on how to provide appropriate care and nurturing while developing a mutually enjoyable bond.
SIDS is a frightening word to parents of newborns. There is so little concrete knowledge about SIDS, as every case is different. However, there are a number of things you can do to help reduce the chances of your infant dying of SIDS. Here are five ways you can reduce the risk of SIDS.
While typical baby blues are fairly brief and usually disappear on their own, you can do a few things to help yourself feel better and get through the next few emotional days or weeks.
Comprehensive information and practical suggestions for women and their partners as they prepare for labor and delivery.