by Sally Michener This article covers topics such as, how baby wearing promotes cognitive development, baby wearing enhances parent-infant bonding, baby wearing helps mothers and babies get the right start, baby wearing stimulates attachment parenting, the next step: harmony and competence, baby wearing overcomes obstacles to bonding, postpartum depression, baby wearing makes life easier for … Read moreBaby Wearing: The Art and Science of Carrying Your Baby – Part Four
by Sally Michener This article covers topics such as: Questions About Bath Time, How often should we bathe our baby?, Which soap and shampoo should I use when bathing our baby?, Should I use powders and oils on our baby’s skin?, My baby screams every time I try to give her a bath. How can … Read moreCaring For Your Baby’s Bodily Needs – Part Three
by Sally Michener This article covers topics such the baby wearing father — becoming a shareholder, other baby wearers, baby wearing and baby-sitters, baby wearing by siblings, baby wear in day care, and a multitude of other topics. More to follow in Part Three. The Baby Wearing Father — Becoming a Shareholder It is important … Read moreBaby Wearing: The Art and Science of Carrying Your Baby – Part Two
by Sally Michener This article is about attachment parenting and covers such topics as: Parenting Your Baby, The Seven Baby B’s of Attachment Parenting, Birth Bonding — Connect with Your Baby Early, Belief in Your baby’s Cries — Read and Respond to Your Baby’s Cues, Breastfeed Your Baby, Baby wearing — Carry Your Baby a … Read moreGetting Attached: What It Means – Part One
by Ryan McGee In the event that you need to engage your baby, also, to enable them to develop their muscles, we recommend that you purchase a baby walker. When embarking on buying a baby walker, we propose that you go for one that is planned with a specific end goal to protect your exquisite … Read moreGrowing the Flexibility of Your Child – Baby Strollers and Baby Walkers
by Crystal Smith Brainy Baby. Bilingual Baby. Baby Babble Speech Development. Baby Bumblebee Smart Baby Series. So Smart. And let’s not forget Baby Einstein. Not familiar with all of these? Neither was I until curiosity drove me to look into the vast array of educational media for infants and toddlers. I was quite astounded by … Read moreOverextended Infants
by Rob William Your baby’s skin is extremely sensitive and certainly very valuable organ too. Baby’s skin has a spongy nature; this means that your baby’s skin is going to absorb whatever you are going to rub over it, which will be entering in to the blood stream as well. Most of the baby care … Read moreNourish your Baby’s Skin with Chemical Free Products
by David Kunstek It has been a long pregnancy. You are probably tired and feeling worn more often then not. But, are you prepared for baby’s arrival? Do you have all the baby clothes, baby furniture and bedding that you need? Perhaps you aren’t even sure what you need to have? Not to worry, even … Read moreBaby is Coming, Are you ready?
by: Shalene Chamings Getting ready for a new family member is a busy, exciting time. In addition to all that you need to do to prepare for the new baby, there are a few things you can do to make the transition easier for your pets. Most pets accept a new baby with no problem. … Read moreWhat Can I Do To Prepare My Pets For The New Baby?
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 moreEasy Infant Stimulation
by: Tina Allen, LMT, CIIT, CIMI Do you ever wonder what makes a baby cry? As crying is one of the few ways babies have of communicating their needs to us, they cry about almost anything. They have a special cry when they are hungry, feel pain, have anxiety and are over stimulated. Even when … Read moreHow Can I Help My Baby Stop Crying?
By: David Beart Naptime is a blessing for you and your baby. Here are some tips on how to make this important time as beneficial as possible for you both. Why Should Babies Nap? Naps are not just important for their restorative value, although that is their most obvious benefit. Children’s sleep expert Elizabeth Pantley … Read moreBabies And Napping
by: Tali Saar Having a new baby means a lot of preparation. Taking child birth classes, preparing the nursery, picking cloths, changing the arrangement of the whole house and of course coming up with the right name for your child. This might not be an easy assignment. Many different options and opinions, many different reasons … Read more10 Tips On Finding A Name For Your Baby
by: Mardie Caldwell, C.O.A.P. You have just taken your baby home from the hospital and it is one of the happiest days of your life. Well, not if you are having a difficult time comforting your crying baby. Many parents get overly concerned that there is something wrong with their baby because she is crying. … Read more7 Tips for Comforting a Crying Baby
by: Tammy Hussin Having a new baby is an incredibly exciting time, but it can also be filled with a great deal of anxiety. One major source of that anxiety is if you have a baby who isn’t sleeping well. Sleep deprivation will quickly wear you down, and your baby will be exhausted and irritable … Read moreTop Ten Tips To Get Your Baby Sleeping Better