You're proud of your kids, so it's only natural you would want to "show them off" to family and friends. Unfortunately, not everyone has the best intentions when viewing your kids online. Are we unintentionally overexposing our children online? Is social media really to blame? And what steps can we take to keep them safe and secure?
Who created these charts and how are averages determined? Do breastfed babies grow any differently than formula fed babies? And what does the term "failure to thrive" actually mean?
If having twins seems tough, imagine being pregnant or caring for newborn twins in addition to your other children. How does having singletons prior to your twins help prepare you for your parenting journey? How will your other children react to the new duo in the family?
Giving birth to your baby is usually pretty messy, right? So, it's only natural we would want to bathe our babies immediately. But could there be benefits to delaying that first bath? And when you do decide to bathe your new baby, how should you do it? Should you buy a special baby tub, or perhaps bathe with your baby? And what about those strange baths in the kitchen sink?
In addition to caring for an amazing newborn baby, your postpartum period will almost certainly bring more stress and challenges than you anticipated. Preparing a postpartum plan can help make this transition into parenthood a bit smoother. So, what should you consider when creating your postpartum plan? When should you create it, and who should be part of the process?
We're launching a new series focused on the developmental milestones for twins, such as speech. Are twins more susceptible to having speech problems? What signs should parents look for? What type of therapy is available for your twins, if needed?
It's hard to walk through baby stores without feeling like you need absolutely everything on the shelves. Today we're learning all about the concept of "container babies" and the potential harmful effects it could have on your child's development.
What happens during the moro reflex, sucking reflex and the root reflex? Will your child always have them or will they eventually go away?
If you've lost a child, you may be hesitant to get pregnant again. How can pregnant mothers who've experienced loss maintain an emotionally healthy pregnancy? How can you avoid additional stress and worry that's unhealthy for both you and your developing child?
Where should (and shouldn't) your baby be sleeping? What should you look for in a crib and crib mattress? And what should our babies be wearing when they go to sleep?