Coping with an Infant Cancer Diagnosis

Coping with an Infant Cancer Diagnosis

  Any cancer diagnosis is devastating, but particularly so for parents of infants. The questions of “why” and treatment outlooks can be traumatic and can cripple parents emotionally at a time when their child needs an advocate for their medical treatment. There is no single best way to cope with an infant cancer diagnosis, but […]

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Keeping Your Infant Safe

Keeping Your Infant Safe

Parents of newborns are a nervous lot. It’s not uncommon for the mom or dad of a new baby to bolt upright in bed despite only an hour of sleep to check and see if the baby is alright. And they are, most of the time. Babies are generally a little sturdier that we give […]

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When Your Infant is Constipated

When Your Infant Is Constipated

If your infant becomes constipated, if will be reasonably easy to tell. Their bowel movements will have changed in frequency as well as appearance, and they will visibly strain to expel solids, often with no success. Here are some things consider when your infant is constipated. Frequency of Bowel Movements By itself, the frequency or […]

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Bonding with your Baby

How to Boost Your Baby’s Brain Power

Boosting your baby’s brain power starts at conception. While your baby is in utero, you have to be careful about what you take and what you are exposed to. Certain drugs can harm your baby’s brain before it is born and cause learning troubles later in life, for a healthy baby, start early and continue […]

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Early Development Tools for Your Infant

Beyond Baby Einstein: Early Development Tools for Your Infant

Costly programs that have been through multiple studies are not the only way to help your infant develop into a smart youngster. There are many things you can do yourself, for free, in your home that will help your infant learn quickly. Read to ThemSing to your baby Reading to them is not only a […]

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Make Potty Training Fun for Your Child

How to Make Potty Training Fun for Your Child

It’s that stage in your little one’s life when they’re making the transition from diapers and pull ups to the “grown up” way of using the bathroom. You’ve probably heard dozens of stories from parents attesting to the difficulty of potty training, but it doesn’t have to be a dreaded experience. In fact, according to […]

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Toddler Behavior

Improve Your Toddler’s Behavior with These Tips

Being a parent is a tough job, we understand. Being a parent to a defiant toddler and constantly having power struggles, we understand that too. With these tips your toddler will be better behaved in no time. Toddlers tend to be full of energy, curious to the world around them and most certainly growing into […]

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Grocery Store Tantrums and How to Prevent Them

Grocery Store Tantrums and How to Prevent Them

  Going to the grocery store with children can be a daunting task. Children are unpredictable, especially in public. We’re here to help you avoid those embarrassing tantrums. Most trips to the store you can manage to finish up the shopping with the basket full with no issues from your children. As soon as you […]

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7 Tips for Positive Toddler Discipline

7 Tips for Positive Toddler Discipline

These days everyone has an opinion with how to raise children. With all the child-rearing criticisms you hear from friends and family, it’s important to keep in mind that you know your kids better than anyone, so who better to raise and discipline them! No matter how you choose to apply discipline, these 7 tips […]

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Secrets for Flying with a Toddler

Secrets For Flying With a Toddler

  Children change everything. Am I right? They change habits, they change routine, all around they change the dynamic of the way you live your life. They are completely wonderful and once they’re in our lives, we can’t imagine life without them. Have you ever tried flying with one, specifically a toddler? If there were […]

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Bonding with your Baby

Bonding with your Baby: 5 Bonding Tips for New Dads

Moms have the ability to build a strong bond with their babies, as they are together for nine months. Dads may sometimes feel a little left out during the pregnancy, but they have the ability to start building a bond before the baby is born and as soon as the baby arrives. Talk to your […]

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Feeding Your Newborn

Feeding and Soothing Your Newborn: 10 Helpful Tips

It is no surprise that newborn baby’s are hard work. Between the feeding, crying, and changing diapers, etc. it certainly takes a toll on new parents. Here are a list of tips that may help you during the feeding process and soothing your newborn. Nursing Tips: Don’t. Rush! As soon as your baby cries, you’ll […]

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