My Baby is Snoring – Is that Normal?

By: Jason Kassel, PhD As a mother, especially if you are a new mother, you are going to have numerous concerns and worries. Many parts of motherhood will scare you, and you are going to want to do everything that you can to keep your baby healthy. Part of this is taking action any time … Read moreMy Baby is Snoring – Is that Normal?

Walk It Off: 6 Ways for Moms to Burn Baby Fat

By Arlene Pellicane You’ve seen the picture a thousand times: a mom pushing her baby in a stroller. Now it’s time to take walking to the next level and lose weight faster. Walking is a relaxing and invigorating way for moms to get outdoors and exercise. But in order to achieve significant weight loss by … Read moreWalk It Off: 6 Ways for Moms to Burn Baby Fat

The Breastfed Baby That Won’t Take a Bottle

By Katie Madden Every now and then I get an email or a phone call from a mom whose breastfed baby won’t take a bottle. Perhaps she is going back to work in a few short days or perhaps she just wants a few hours to herself to go somewhere or do anything that doesn’t … Read moreThe Breastfed Baby That Won’t Take a Bottle

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

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 moreHow Can I Preserve My Photographic Memories?

Baby Apnea Monitor, SIDS, Heartbeat, Remote, Alarm

By Carl Formby Apnea refers to the Greek word meaning ‘without wind’ and in medical parlance it is used to describe the condition when a person momentarily stops breathing. Everyone experiences a pause in breathing some time or the other but normally it is not a cause for concern. Adults as well as babies experience this … Read moreBaby Apnea Monitor, SIDS, Heartbeat, Remote, Alarm

New Moms Guide to Swaddling

by: Tina Allen, LMT, CIIT, CIMI Swaddling is an ancient tradition of wrapping baby securely in her blanket. This can help your baby feel safe and secure as she begins to adjust to all of the new experiences around her and especially her new environment. Why Swaddle your Baby? Your first concern as your baby’s … Read moreNew Moms Guide to Swaddling

Essential Baby Advice For New Parents

By Ruth Dearing Attention All New Parents: Babies Cry! As a new parent it can be difficult to listen to your baby cry, especially if the crying seems to be non-stop. It’s important to understand that crying is your baby’s only form of verbal communication and that it’s actually not all bad! Crying is healthy … Read moreEssential Baby Advice For New Parents

Communicating With Your Baby

By Mary Moir In it’s broadest sense communication the exchange of signals or messages between two aware beings. Even plants communicate, several species emit a chemical into the air when they are attacked by pests. The chemical triggers other plants of the same species to change the taste of their leaves so that they too … Read moreCommunicating With Your Baby

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

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 moreHelping Your Toddler Bond With Their New Baby Sibling

Preventing and Treating Flat Head Syndrome in Babies

By Sarah A Davidson Many newborn babies spend much of the time sleeping or laying in the same position. When the baby is born or within the first few months of life, you may notice a flat spot developing on the baby’s head. Particularly if this is your first baby, no doubt you will have … Read morePreventing and Treating Flat Head Syndrome in Babies