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31 Adorable Disney Villain-Inspired Baby Names

Who says the heroes have to get all the fun? We’ve rounded up more than two dozen names pulled from the Disney villain archives and they are the cutest. Plus, your newborn’s energy will change the vibe of every name and make it their own—it’s a given. Male names Claude (The...

Finding your place as a grandparent in a millennial world

Kathy Buckworth reflects on her role as grandma and how the world of parenting has changed since her kids, well, didn't have kids.

Astrology for kids: What to expect from Pisces

Born between February 19 and March 20, Pisces are water signs that are known for their caring hearts and kindness. Full of imagination and always willing to help, Pisces will always champion for the underdog. 

Astrology for kids: What to expect from Aquarius

Born between January 20 and February 18, Aquarius is vibrant, bubbly, curious, intelligent, a friend to all and progressive. 

Baby At The Table – Recipe Ideas from Canada Beef

Baby needs iron for optimal brain development and growth By 6 months, babies have used up their iron stores so a food source is needed. Health Canada recommends that first solid foods be iron-rich. By around 6 months of age, baby should be offered iron-rich foods (meat, fish, poultry and...

Astrology for kids: What to expect from Capricorn

Born between December 22 and January 19, Capricorns are earth signs represented by the sea-goat and are wise, great with finances and highly empathetic.

Astrology for kids: What to expect from Sagittarius

Born between November 22 and December 21, Sagittarius is an adventurous fire sign brimming with compassion, talent and disconcertment.

Baby Basics

If you feel like you’re examining your kiddo 24/7, don’t worry. You’ll feel better when you realize that everything is “normal” when it comes to how your baby looks, moves, sounds, eats and sleeps.

What to Expect When Your Baby Starts Talking

Much like taking those first steps, kids will say their first words in their own time. That first sweet, intelligible word will likely show up between nine and 12 months, with a few more words to follow in the months after.

What To Expect When Your Baby Starts Walking

Learning to walk is a process. Your baby will start by "cruising" along furniture with their hand on something to steady them. From there comes tentative steps. Get ready, your little one is on the move.

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