Finding The Perfect Baby Shoes

By Morgan Hamilton I find it amusing when I see how much effort parents put into baby clothing, when the fact is that babies are not fashion conscious creatures. Of course they will cry if they feel uncomfortable with their clothing, but all you really have to do is distract them with something shiny, and … Read more

Experience The World in a More Baby Friendly Way

By Robin Johnson You really can take your baby anywhere as long as you have some type of baby sling, you are as untethered as you were when you were pregnant. The beating of mother’s heart, the gurgling of her tummy, the murmur of voices. These are all noises that soothe a newborn baby. Sounds … Read more

Baby Crib Safety – What You Should Know

By mkweidmann If you’re a mom or dad, no doubt you’ll do anything to protect your baby. One of the places your baby spends a lot of time is in her Baby Crib. You may feel at ease that your little one is safe in her crib, but think again. There is some information you … Read more

Everything You Need To Know About Your Baby’s Teething Process

By Keziah Engineer The teething process can be a difficult period for both the baby and the parents. The process starts at different ages depending on each baby but usually by age of 3 most infants have their primary teeth in place. If by one year your baby still has not got his first tooth … Read more

Basic Safety Tips for Baby Strollers

By Jay Sanders Baby strollers are extremely useful for parents, especially as they can’t be with the baby at all times. Although, baby strollers are perfectly safe to use, it does involve certain dangers and risks. The article below is about some basic safety tips regarding the use of a Baby Strollers. Basic safety tips … Read more

Baby’s Vision

By Ricky Hussey Baby’s vision plays a vital role in overall development. Though baby’s sight takes the maximum time to develop in the womb it shows fruitful results later. It has been found that at birth the baby’s vision is very weak Though babies can distinguish between light and dark and show certain facial expressions when … Read more

Baby Slings And Your Baby’s Safety

By Nail Yener You have to be careful about baby carriers as using a baby carrier for a newborn might cause problems. In this article you will read about baby slings and safety concerns. Positional asphyxia or suffocation tends to happen to babies when their chin is tightly pressed against their chest. This position restricts … Read more

Parenting: Avoid Stimulating Your Baby during Night-time Feedings

By Nicholas Tan As your newborn baby grows, it is slowly acclimating to sleeping at night and being awake during the day. Also, as baby’s stomach is growing and holding more breast milk or formula, it will be able to go for longer periods between feedings at night. At approximately three months of age your … Read more

Pediatric Dentist: Things to Consider Before Taking Your Child to the Dentist!

By Aloysius Aucoin Pediatric dentists are dedicated to the oral health of children. They have the qualifications and experience to care for your child’s gums, teeth, and mouth throughout every state of childhood. They have completed four years of dental school and two additional years of residency training in dentistry for babies, children, teenagers, and … Read more

Babies: Daylight exposure

By Nicholas Tan One method of getting your baby used to sleeping at night, or in the dark, is to be sure she’s exposed to lots of sunlight during the day. When it’s time to nap or time to go to sleep at night, part of your ritual can be dimming the lights, simulating dusk … Read more

Babies: Consistent Naptimes are Key to Quality Nighttime Sleep, Too

By Nicholas Tan Research has shown that the quality and length of your baby’s naps affects his nighttime sleep. If he naps too late in the day, it will most certainly affect his nighttime sleeping. It’s important to tune into your baby’s biological clock and learn when his natural naptime is so his nighttime sleeping … Read more