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An age-by-age guide to coping with separation anxiety

Separation anxiety is normal for babies and small children In the first two to three months. Here's how to deal as they grow older.

Try these tips to get your kids to sleep

According to a study, consistent nighttime routine can help your child fall asleep faster, sleep better and experience fewer and shorter night wakings.

What every parent needs to know about SIDS

No one knows exactly what causes Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), but there are some things you can do to reduce your baby's risk.

Nursery Water: Making Life Easier For New Parents

Every parent of small children has the same answer when asked how things are going—“Busy.” It’s the inevitable default of moms and dads who are stretched thin between parenting, working, making meals, paying bills, household stuff (like seriously, how does anyone have time to fold laundry?), maintaining...

Bringing Home Baby

I was a very anxious first-time mama. When I was pregnant with my now seven-year-old, Sophie, I was a ball of nerves, voraciously reading every pregnancy and baby book I could get my hands on, trying to figure...

What you can and can’t do while pregnant

The laundry list of pregnancy no-nos can be confusing. We asked a family physician to sift through the myths and realities when it comes to normal daily aspects of life.

The benefits of exposing your baby to music

A musical environment plays an important role in nurturing brain development. Maybe even a future career.

Is running a home daycare worth it?

With the cost of daycare only going up, if you have the credentials, opening your own home daycare can be tempting. Here's some helpful tips to help you decide if it's the right route for you.  

 

Milestones to expect in your baby’s first year

A lot happens in your baby's first year. From weight gain to movements and the development of speech, here's a general timeline of when parents can expect each milestone will happen.

Safe sleep guidelines for infants

As a new parent, your number one job is keeping your baby safe, and that starts with sleep.There are a lot of dos and don'ts, we asked a doctor to break it down.

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