As parents, most of us have all sorts of gadgets and gizmos to help us stay connected and simplify our life. But, at what point do we introduce technology to our toddlers?
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It never fails. Your child picks up an object and tries to put it directly into their mouth! Or perhaps your toddler sneezes all over the toys and forgets to wash his hands. Germs are probably all over your home, but does it really matter? Do we really need to be lathering our kids up with antibacterial wipes and disinfectants? Can some of these germs actually be helpful?
Parents with more than one child typically try to keep an even playing field with their kids. But there are times when parents may unintentionally show favoritism toward a specific child based on the situation. So, how does this impact your children and the relationship they have with you as well as their siblings?
When your child is bored, you may become the center of their attention. So, what do you do when your child depends on you for entertainment and the timing just isn't right? Perhaps you're waiting at the doctor's office, maybe your making dinner or giving your other children a bath? How do you keep older children occupied without handing them some sort of electronic device? They're called "busy bags" and creating some in advance might just save your sanity.
Emergency room and toddlers pretty much go hand in hand. Yes, the ER can be a scary place for a new parent. What should you expect if your child needs immediate care? What should you bring with you? And what are the biggest mistakes new parents make?
Your baby's new skin is very delicate. So, it's natural to assume the worst when a rash breaks out. We're continuing our ongoing series focused on baby skin conditions with a closer look at rashes. What exactly is a rash and how should it be treated?
Finding the right babysitter can be a daunting task for a new parent. How do you find the perfect person to watch your kids? How much should you pay them? And what advice do "real-life" babysitters have for first-time parents?
You probably know a young child with a food allergy- perhaps that child is even your own. What exactly is a food allergy and how does it differ from an intolerance or sensitivity? What symptoms and signs should new parents look for in their children? Plus, we'll break down the top 8 most common food allergy culprits causing most of the fuss.
The dreaded time has come when you have to find someone else to watch your child. With all the options out there, how do you determine what type of childcare is best for you and your baby?
Your baby needs "tummy time" from the moment he comes home from the hospital. What are the main benefits of this gentle exercise? How can it help in your baby's development? And what are some strategies to help a fussy baby feel at home on his belly?