The Benefits of Teaching Your Baby Sign Language

By Mandy McCollum One of the most frequently asked questions I receive is “why should I teach my baby sign language when he/she is not deaf?” Well that is a good question. Even if your child is not deaf, there is scientific research that has been done to show the benefits of sign language for … Read more

The Benefits of Baby Sign Language Extend Way beyond the First Few Years

by: Lisa Baade Baby Sign Language is a communication method designed to be used with hearing babies and toddlers before they can speak. It is a simplified version of sign language designed to be easy enough for baby’s to use from 6 months of age. The baby signs are often borrowed or modified from traditional … Read more

Easy Infant Stimulation

By Tina Allen, LMT, CIIT, CIMI Many parents want to find ways to help stimulate their baby and what better way than through play time together. For babies, playing stimulates their senses, and helps them to learn. Playing with your baby, also known as infant stimulation, can include activities that stimulate your baby’s senses. From birth … Read more

Post-Natal Fast Weight Loss With Celebrity Fitness Secrets

By Ram Gupta There are a lot of moms out there who have managed to lose post-natal weight fast and get into the best shape of their lives. Here are some celebrity fitness secrets that should help you get started and embrace the challenges of motherhood with better fitness than you have ever had before. … Read more

Practical Ways To Introduce Your Baby To Water

by: Stuart Mark Conde When in the water, whether it is at the pool or at the beach, safety should be your number one priority. This safety is especially important when it comes to children. There should always be an adult with them in the water , but there should be every other precaution taken … Read more

Reasons Infants Have Colic

By Jason Rickard No one really knows the reason that some infants from around 2 weeks old to about 6 months of age have colic. There are varied opinions offered from doctors, mothers, and fathers that have had babies with colic. Some people believe that colic is caused from gas or intolerance to breast milk … Read more

How Can I Preserve My Photographic Memories?

By Calandra Wright Many of our memories are best preserved in our collection of pictures. Those of us who are older remember the admonition to keep the negatives so other pictures could be printed. Now young people don’t even know what a negative is! So how can I preserve my digital memories? First, make sure you … Read more

Baby Activites – How To Raise a Bright Baby

by: Julie Ashton-Townsend Being a new parent is the most joyous, rewarding and challenging journeys in life. It is also a great responsibility. You hold the future of this tiny person entirely in your hands. What they become depends largely on you! Raise them with patience, love and understanding and they will be patient loving … Read more

Bottles, Bibs, Binkies & Bins…Getting Organized for New Baby

by: Stacey Agin Murray You’re having a baby? Congratulations! You’re about to embark on a great adventure. I should know, because my adventure started in the Summer of 2006 with the birth of my son. It’s an exciting time but it can also be exhausting. With that in mind, I’d like to offer a few … Read more

Honing Your Parenting Skills And Teaching Manners

Author: Alison Palmer Parenting skills go beyond teaching your child to say, “Please” and “Thank you”. Teaching a child what behavior is expected is a daily process, and you will have many opportunities each day to steer your child in the right direction. One key point to remember is to teach, not reprimand. It is … Read more

Father and Baby

Author: Yana Mikheeva Women are greatly interested in the nature of paternal feelings to a baby. Do they appear by themselves or with the time being? What’s the difference between maternal and paternal feelings? How can a woman influence father’s attention to a baby? May be lack of such attention lies in man’s uncertainty in … Read more