Author: Hanna Graham

What to Do When Your Child is Afraid of the Dark

What to Do When Your Child is Afraid of the Dark

It’s one of the most difficult areas of parenting: when your children won’t go to bed. This makes bedtime an big chore for millions of parents. Of course in many ways, kids can’t really help it when they create bedtime drama, since their young minds are wired to test the […]

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Tips for Properly Using Car Seats for Ages 0 to 5 Years Old

Tips for Properly Using Car Seats for Ages 0 to 5 Years Old

If you’re expecting a child, one of the first practical things you will do before baby arrives is get the car seat adjusted and ready. There are many blog posts about dad’s first attempts at putting together the car seat. Getting that first car seat is indeed an exciting event, […]

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4 Games and Activities for 1-Year Olds to Develop Cognitive and Motor Skills

4 Games and Activities for 1-Year Olds to Develop Cognitive and Motor Skills

The first year of your baby’s life features incredible growth. Your baby starts completely helpless, and by his or her first birthday, has started to develop independence in thinking and movement. How can you help you child make progress on all of the things they should learn in that first […]

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Organize Your Kids and Your Life With These 8 Simplification Tips

Organize Your Kids and Your Life With These 8 Simplification Tips

Do you cringe every time you walk into your toddler’s room? Tired of finding toys scattered throughout the living room? When you have kids, it suddenly seems like you don’t have nearly enough storage space to contain all the kid stuff. It’s important not to sweat the small stuff, so […]

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Tips for Having Great Sex During All Three Trimesters of Pregnancy

Tips for Having Great Sex During All Three Trimesters of Pregnancy

Just because you are pregnant doesn’t mean you should stop having sex. According to Kecia Gaither, M.D., maternal fetal medicine specialist at Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine, sex has benefits for both parents. “Sex is known to release endorphins and oxytocin—otherwise known as the ‘love hormone’—allowing […]

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Why is the Baby Crying? Handling Newborn Crying, Colic and Fussing

Why is the Baby Crying? Handling Newborn Crying, Colic and Fussing

If you’re a first-time parent of a newborn, then you are dealing with one of the most confounding parts of early parenthood: “why is my baby crying?” The feeling of helplessness when a baby cries is one of the biggest reasons new parents can feel so overwhelmed. Parents are given […]

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