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)

Can Babies Talk? The Importance of a Method

By: Tony Aveiro The best method of nurturing the development of your baby is to have conversations with him or her with both your eyes and your voice. Even babies who are a few days old identify the distinguishing features of your voice and make use of the speech patterns when he or she becomes … Read moreCan Babies Talk? The Importance of a Method

Your Baby and Separation Anxiety

By: Heather Umphrey  We all know that having children is such a rewarding experience and that it is very easy to get caught up in parenting and have your child consume all of your time. As much as we love our children it is very important to make time for you and your spouse. I … Read moreYour Baby and Separation Anxiety

Parents’ Halloween Checklist

By: Harvey Mcewan With Halloween fast approaching, it’s time to start thinking about whether you’ll let your children go trick-or-treating this year, and how best to prepare for the scary occasion. Put together your own Halloween checklist and talk to fellow parents in the area. Costume Tips There’s a lot of pressure on parents to … Read moreParents’ Halloween Checklist

Top Ten Children’s Bedtime Stories

By: Roberta Silverman Children today have so many technological ways to communicate and gather information. These activities are basically done on a solo basis, even though they may be communicating with their friends. Can you think of a better way to put your children to sleep then by reading them a bedtime story? This allows … Read moreTop Ten Children’s Bedtime Stories

Things to remember while going for baby outings

By BijayaniSwain We all understand that parenthood is a wonderful feeling. After becoming a parent, your joy may know no bound. So, in order to make the most of this incredible feeling, if you are planning an outing with your little one, then here are a few suggestions on what to take baby outing. These … Read moreThings to remember while going for baby outings

Umbilical Cord Blood Banking In Todays World

By Kelsey Libby A baby is one of the most precious gifts of nature that a family could have. It is the source of ultimate joy for the parents and the rest of the family. Only by holding your child in your arms, you could have a true taste of parenthood. Many of us don’t … Read moreUmbilical Cord Blood Banking In Todays World

Forgive, But Don’t Forget

By Len Stauffenger Parenthood is a privilege. You have one choice opportunity to help your children become successful, happy adults. You can’t do this until you forgive their other parent. Here’s how. It’s such a privilege to be a parent. You get to mold and nurture an innocent young mind. You cannot do a good … Read moreForgive, But Don’t Forget