Winter can seem so much worse when you’ve got a vulnerable little one to protect. Try these strategies to stave off chilly weather, guard against germs, and keep your baby healthy.
As the winter temperatures drop, there are often questions about keeping babies warm while they sleep. Here’s a few tips to keeping baby sleeping snuggly and safely. The following post was written by Judith Owens, pediatric sleep expert, for babycenter. It’s safer not to use any sort of loose or thick bedding in your baby’s […]
The following post was written by Michelle Hainer and Beth Weinhouse for the Parenting. Jill Berry, a mom in Woodbine, MD, recalls her toddler’s first photo with Santa. “She was fine in line, then hysterical when I handed her over,” Berry recalls. The resulting photo: “a red-faced toddler, a bewildered Santa, and me, on his […]
As youngsters begin to put the finishing touches on their wishlists to Santa, it is important that parents start “checkin’ it twice” before sending it off to the North Pole. The upcoming holiday season will account for over 65% of the year’s total toy sales and will include potential hazards to consumers. In November, W.A.T.C.H […]
Breastfeeding in the midst of a natural disaster can leave women feeling exhausted and overwhelmed. Don’t throw in the towel just yet!
Kite Fest, Zippity Zoo Fest, and the Harlem Globetrotters!
Wearin’ of the Green Parade, Sesame Street and more!
The start of the new year is a time for new beginnings, and many people start the year off with a list of resolutions to follow throughout 2016. It’s not just adults who craft a list of things to improve during the year. According to Christine Carter, author of Raising Happiness: 10 Simple Steps for […]