Parenthood

10 Ways to Soothe Your Little Teether

Teething can be a trying time for any parent. To help, we’ve compiled a list of 10 teething remedies to soothe even the fussiest babies. From old-school classics to modern accessories, you’re bound to find  Read Full Article...

Which Breast Pump Should I Buy?

Whether you’re looking for a breast pump to use while you’re working or to occasionally leave a bottle for a babysitter, numerous breast pumps are available in a wide range of prices and features. Manual  Read Full Article...

3 Nursing Bottles for Breast-Fed Babies

The latest wave of baby bottles that simulate mothers' breasts have us doing double takes. Not only are they functional, but they look cool! We found three manufacturers that have made interesting developments in bottles  Read Full Article...

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Teach Your Baby Sign Language

Babies develop hand-eye coordination early on, so while your baby might not be able to vocalize her needs, she can learn to sign things like “hungry,” “diaper change” or “I want teddy” with her hands!  Read Full Article...

5 Tips For Handling Baby on Dinner Dates

Once baby comes along, dinners out can be challenging. Babies are unpredictable and haven't learned self-control, so it's up to you, the parents, to prepare yourselves for an enjoyable evening out. You and all the  Read Full Article...

Crying Baby

How to Soothe a Crying Baby

Soothing a crying baby is a skill that takes trial and error, patience ... and more patience. New parents, beaming over their beautiful babies, often find themselves bewildered and frustrated when nothing seems to soothe  Read Full Article...

What is The Importance of a Bedtime Routine

The Importance of a Bedtime Routine

When babies are born, they have no concept about when to sleep and when to wake. They learn good sleep habits from their parents, who fantasize about the days when their babies will sleep through  Read Full Article...

Baby Food Allergies

Food Allergies in Babies

Food allergies can fill parents with anxiety. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 4 to 6 percent of children under the age of 18 have food allergies, and that number has been increasing over  Read Full Article...

Baby talking

Study: Babies Can Read Lips

A new study challenges the traditional view that babies learn to speak through hearing sounds alone. Learning to speak is a complex process. It’s not just an auditory process; it involves visual and auditory information. Lip-reading,  Read Full Article...