Parenthood

8 Toys To Give Your Baby This Holiday

What Does Baby want for the Holidays? It can be hard to decide what toys to give your baby this holiday.  When gift giving time should be fun, it can often become frustrating for new parents.  Read Full Article...

Infant Car Seat Safety; Proper Installation Guide!

Taking Baby in the Car is Nerve Wracking! Taking your infant in the car is down right nerve wracking! One way to decrease this unsettling feeling is to be sure all car seat safety regulations are met  Read Full Article...

A Look at Respiratory Distress Syndrome in Infants

RDS Requires Baby Needs Assistance to Breathe Hyaline membrane disease, or respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) is a condition which results in the baby needing assistance to breathe, usually in the form of oxygen. RDS occurs  Read Full Article...

Low Birth Weight Babies

A Thorough Look at Low Birth Weight Babies

One out of every twelve babies in the United States is born with a low birth weight. A baby is diagnosed with a low birth weight if they are born weighing less than 5 pounds  Read Full Article...

Low Birth Weight Babies are at Greater Risk for Autism

Low-Birthweight Babies and Long-Term Health It is well known that low-birthweight babies, defined as being below 4.5 lbs at birth, are at risk for developing a host of developmental and motor delays, and learning disabilities.   Read Full Article...

Is Your Child Ready to Crawl?

That Baby Will Soon be on the Move It may be hard to believe, but that sweet, helpless little baby laying in her bassinet will soon be sitting up, scooting, crawling and even walking and  Read Full Article...

My Baby’s Vaccines; Get the Facts Here!

Vaccines Prevent Disease and Illness Vaccines are the best way to prevent disease and illness. Unfortunately, these helpful immunizations are getting a bad reputation by inaccurate reports that they have harmful effects. Infants are given vaccines at  Read Full Article...

Play Is Better for Baby Brain Development Than TV

AAP Releases New Report A new policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) reports that despite the appeal of media screens such as TVs, tablets and others to entertain and educate toddlers and  Read Full Article...

Preventing and Reducing SIDS

Rate of SIDS has Dropped Over Last Ten Years The rates of sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS, have dropped dramatically in the past 10 years, as parents have taken preventative measures such as placing  Read Full Article...