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Monthly Archives: October 2019

Your baby’s first foods: Mini Parenting Master Class

When is my baby ready to try her first foods? Six months is just about the right time to start introducing babies to first foods. It’s the time when breast milk stops being enough in terms of fulfilling nutritional needs. It’s also a time when children a developmentally ready and are, themselves, interested in trying […]

5 ways to help set your child up for future success

From embracing baby talk to taking play seriously – easy, effective and science-backed tips for every parent. Parenting is considered one of the most difficult jobs in the world, but there’s no formal education available on how to parent successfully. The good news is there are many ways parents can stimulate their babies’ brains and […]

Getting Help After the Birth

Consider getting help during this time, which can be very hectic and overwhelming. While in the hospital, talk to the experts around you. Many hospitals have feeding specialists or lactation consultants who can help you get started nursing or bottle-feeding. Nurses also are a great resource to show you how to hold, burp, change, and care […]

Health conditions and planning a pregnancy

Information on planning a pregnancy with congenital heart disease, asthma, cancer, crohn’s disease, fibroids and thyroid problems Many women with long-term health conditions have healthy pregnancies and babies, but there can be some risks. Talking to your doctor before you get pregnant can help make sure you and your baby stay well. For more information about […]

Are You Expecting Too Much From Your Toddler?

A national survey shows most parents believe their toddlers have the capacity for more control of their emotions than is developmentally possible at their age. Sometimes when my 3-year-old melts down, and just. Won’t. Stop. Crying. And screaming, and making a spectacle, and rolling around on the floor, and repeating the same thing over, and […]

How to Spend More Quality Time With Your Child

Although the days with little kids often seem long, the years fly by. Use this practical and purposeful blueprint to savor the moments you have together. The ten o’clock news hasn’t even started, but you’re too exhausted to watch—who can stay awake that late? Car pools, lunch bags, after-school activities, dinner, homework, bathtime, bedtime. All […]