Advantages of Buying a Convertible Baby Crib

By Jossielyn Lucero A convertible baby crib is a great investment for baby’s needs. Although, it costs more than a standard baby crib, it is one of those baby furniture that you will keep for so many years. It is always true that every parent is more than willing to give his or her children … Read more

Child Care And The 10 Commandments of Parenthood!

By: Mick Young Parenting is one of the most important jobs you will ever have. These ten simple common sense guidelines will help you raise confident kids and resilient teenagers. They are the wisest commandments ever commended to parents: 1. Thou shall be consistent. Do as you say you will. Children know where they stand … Read more

Baby Teeth Development

By Ricky Hussey Like the other body development the baby’s teeth development are also important parts of growth. Baby with good teeth and dental hygiene tend to avoid numerous dental related problems like abscesses, tooth and gum decay and diseases. Common reason for many babies is due to eating lots of chocolate and with no … Read more

The 6 Key Points to Preparing Your Own Baby Food

By Nancy Miller Congratulations on taking the decision to prepare your own food for your baby! By doing so, you’re treating him to two of life’s greatest gifts — good health and delicious food. Before you get started, here are some important points to keep in mind… ONE AT A TIME Introduce new foods to your baby’s diet … Read more

Watching Development Through Baby Milestones

Keeping Track of Baby Milestones “Johnny just rolled over. Has Suzie rolled over yet?” If you have ever been with a group of moms of young babies, you have probably heard a conversation similar to this one. What are they discussing? They are discussing developmental baby milestones. Nothing can send a new mom into a … Read more

COLIC: Your Questions answered by Tina Allen

by: Tina Allen, LMT, CIIT, CIMI What is Colic? Websters Dictionary defines Colic as: Paroxysms of pain. This condition usually occurs in the abdominal region but may occur in other body regions as well. (Paroxysms – . A sudden uncontrollable attack; “a paroxysm of giggling”; “a fit of coughing”.) But really that doesn’t answer your … Read more

Helping Your Toddler Bond With Their New Baby Sibling

By Dr Kaylene Henderson The birth of a new baby represents a massive life change for your toddler although it’s difficult to always remember this, especially when we’re the ones who have been up all night. At those times (if we’re not too sleep-deprived for imaginings), it can be useful to picture OUR lives and … Read more

Baby Sleep Training – How to Mimic the Feeling of the Womb

By Naomi Knight For the entire beginning of their lives, babies are accustomed to one environment: the womb. It can be very jarring to come into a new world with so much new stimuli, and it can cause a feeling of insecurity in baby. The best way to help baby sleep more soundly, make the … Read more