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

How to Get Your Dog Used to Your Newborn Baby

By Mandy Makein Now comes the most challenging part of having a dog, or dogs, and a baby. This is when all of the training you have done to date comes into play and will make your life much easier and more enjoyable for all. The following article will teach you how to get your dog … Read moreHow to Get Your Dog Used to Your Newborn Baby

Preparing Your First Child for the New Babies Arrival

By Jay Stueve Tips on how to help your first born adjust to a new baby. Bringing a new baby home is an exciting time. Make it fun for your older children too. Include Your Child From the Beginning Include your child in the new baby’s arrival from the very beginning. Let them know that … Read morePreparing Your First Child for the New Babies Arrival

A Simple and Effective way to Baby Proofing

By Meryln Sandra The baby’s safety is always a priority for parents, first timers included. To tackle this they seek advice from their families, friends who have kids, or refer to books to gain more knowledge. Some would-be parents also get advice from professionals. Now how to put it in practice is the challenge. Visit … Read moreA Simple and Effective way to Baby Proofing

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

Travelling with a baby

By Peronica Rawson Having a baby is never an easy job. Caring for a baby, even harder. One of the frequent complaints with handling babies, is about the mobility, or rather lack of it, that the situation presents. Imagine yourself going to work, or the park, or to a fancy party or wedding. Now imagine taking … Read moreTravelling with a baby

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

Baby Keepsake Gifts Preserve Your Little Ones Milestones

By Orlando Garcia When a baby is born, it’s as if the busy, scary world has given way to a miracle that lightens everything and what a joyous occasion that is to celebrate! Doing so can happen before and after your child’s birth-but it doesn’t have to stop there, of course. Baby keepsake gifts, whether … Read moreBaby Keepsake Gifts Preserve Your Little Ones Milestones

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

Practicalities of Walking and Hiking With a Baby

By Kate Limburn Walks with a baby are no more difficult than walking without a baby – it just takes a bit more planning, a degree of flexibility and a few extras to take along on the walk (one being the baby)! So nothing that the average parent doesn’t already have to cope with for … Read morePracticalities of Walking and Hiking With a Baby

5 Reasons Why Your Baby Is Waking at Night and Won’t Sleep

By Nicole A. Johnson Recommend Article Article Comments Print Article Share this article on Facebook 1Share this article on Twitter Share this article on Google+ Share this article on Linkedin Share this article on StumbleUpon Share this article on Delicious Share this article on Digg Share this article on Reddit Share this article on Pinterest … Read more5 Reasons Why Your Baby Is Waking at Night and Won’t Sleep

Busy Parents on How to Take Care of Their Baby

By Andy Il King Today’s fast paced lifestyle has made it possible for us to reach greater heights in our careers when compared to our parents. But while doing so, most young parents today are stressing out to achieve the proper balance between their home and work life. This is especially true in families where … Read moreBusy Parents on How to Take Care of Their Baby

Caring For Your Baby’s Bodily Needs – Part Three

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

Baby Wearing: The Art and Science of Carrying Your Baby – Part Two

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

Getting Attached: What It Means – Part One

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