Top Three Mistakes Parents Make when Dealing with Separation Anxiety

by: Elena Neitlich Saying goodbye is one of the most difficult tasks that people learn in life. Learning to handle separation is an emotionally difficult task that begins in infancy. Too often, parents and caregivers mishandle the child’s transition between them, and the child is left feeling scared and abandoned. “Maybe mommy isn’t ever coming … Read moreTop Three Mistakes Parents Make when Dealing with Separation Anxiety

Prepare your Toddler For The New Baby

by: Kim Proulx When our son was born, my daughter saw her new brother in my arms and watched as her dad glanced with love at his new son and she said, “ We should keep our family small.” That’s when we realized we should have done more to prepare our toddler for her baby … Read morePrepare your Toddler For The New Baby

Baby Proofing for Newborns

The hospital bag is packed and waiting next to the door. The nursery is ready, diapers and powders on call near the changing table and tiny outfits neatly folded in the dresser. Baby will be here any day. Yet, it takes more than onesies and bottles to prepare for a newborn. Here are five things … Read moreBaby Proofing for Newborns

Is Life Too Fast For Your Baby?

By: Dylan Emrys, MA Let’s face it, no matter how hard we attempt to slow down our lives, they are fast paced. Meetings, deadlines, schedules…and if you stay at home with your child, you may feel pressured to “get it all done” during the day – and that includes going to the park, driving the … Read moreIs Life Too Fast For Your Baby?

Secret Life Of Babies

Author: Yana Mikheeva A miracle has happened. A baby was born. Your first, although very short, acquaintance has happened. Let’s try to learn what happens with babies after they are present solemnly to mothers. The first thing a new-born baby needs is warmth. In comparison with maternal comfortable warmth, outward things of a labor ward … Read moreSecret Life Of Babies

Honing Your Parenting Skills And Teaching Manners

Author: Alison Palmer Parenting skills go beyond teaching your child to say, “Please” and “Thank you”. Teaching a child what behavior is expected is a daily process, and you will have many opportunities each day to steer your child in the right direction. One key point to remember is to teach, not reprimand. It is … Read moreHoning Your Parenting Skills And Teaching Manners

Father and Baby

Author: Yana Mikheeva Women are greatly interested in the nature of paternal feelings to a baby. Do they appear by themselves or with the time being? What’s the difference between maternal and paternal feelings? How can a woman influence father’s attention to a baby? May be lack of such attention lies in man’s uncertainty in … Read moreFather and Baby

10 Parenting Tips For All New Parents

Author: Alison Palmer If you are like most parents, you probably want to raise healthy, smart kids. You may already have some ideas on how to achieve this. Here are some parenting tips that will help parents ensure their children develop to their full potential. One of the parenting tips that work best is giving … Read more10 Parenting Tips For All New Parents

Things You Must Know About A Growing Baby

by: Greg Deems Certainly one of any brand new parents most significant worries is if their baby is growing enough and at the proper rate. You know it is necessary for baby to gain weight, so what if not gaining weight? What if he loses weight? Well here some things to keep in mind. Did … Read moreThings You Must Know About A Growing Baby

How to Help Older Children Adapt to a New Baby in the Family

by: Cindy Jett, LICSW It is well known that the introduction of a new baby into a family is life altering. This is particularly true for older children. Suddenly, they have to share Mommy and Daddy with someone else: someone more needy and more demanding than they are. The family is in flux and the … Read moreHow to Help Older Children Adapt to a New Baby in the Family

Baby Breathing Monitor – A Parent’s Peace Of Mind

by: Jon Brant A baby breathing monitor detects changes in breathing movements in the chest and abdomen of an infant. An alarm will ring and an integrated light will start to flash if breathing stops for longer than a pre-set time, which is usually around 20 seconds. Some monitors also measure the temperature and heartbeat … Read moreBaby Breathing Monitor – A Parent’s Peace Of Mind

Dads And Newborns

by: Kerry Rooney We often speak about mom and child, and occasionally leave dad out of the picture. But times have changed and fathers are just as active in their baby’s lives. Decades ago you would have never heard of a father being at a baby shower, but now men and women attend showers. There are … Read moreDads And Newborns

3 Parenting Styles And Their Effect On The Social Behavior Of Children

by: Birgitte Coste What type of parent are you? Beginning with studies in the 1960s, 3 parenting styles have emerged to help understand and explain the behavior and development of children. Observing the impact that parents have on child development has been a fascination for researchers and sociologists throughout the years; but, it was the … Read more3 Parenting Styles And Their Effect On The Social Behavior Of Children

Baby Treatment Information Every Family Should Know About

Recent parents have to deal with loads of troubles that they will be required to be aware of and consequently work with instantaneously. Yet, newborns are not shipped getting an coaching handbook so now are several subjects that you might want to know about. Baths the infant: Until your precious infant’s umbilical cord cuts off … Read moreBaby Treatment Information Every Family Should Know About

A check list for child safety (To parents and care takers)

By Chockalingam Eswaramurthi Many accidents to children can be prevented if a few precautions are taken. ACCIDENTS ARE CA– USED – NOT HAPPENED : EACH year, hundreds of children are injured, some fatally. Often, this happens in or around the house, while the parents or caretakers are present. A few simple precautions can prevent many of … Read moreA check list for child safety (To parents and care takers)