Category: Parenting

Helping Baby Ditch the Bottle

Helping Baby Ditch the Bottle

Weaning your baby off the bottle can be a process, especially if they have become attached to it. Many experts note that by 6 to 9 months of age, most babies are ready to ditch the bottle and move on up to Sippy cups. By the time your child has […]

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Your Toddler’s Picked Favorites – Now What?!

Your Toddler’s Picked Favorites – Now What?!

As your toddler begins to age you may eventually come across a phase where your child is picking favorites. Now, when you’re the child’s favorite you may not be quite so concerned (KIDDING!) but if you’re the parent that is being left out you may feel the sting of rejection. […]

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4 Things You Should Never Post on Social Media

4 Things You Should Never Post on Social Media

From Facebook to Instagram to Vine, we know how hard it is to resist sharing our baby’s every move. It all starts innocently enough, by posting updates to Facebook to connect out-of-town friends and family with the important milestones. But there are times when too much social media can foster […]

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How to Make Your Baby’s First Birthday Memorable for Everyone

How to Make Your Baby’s First Birthday Memorable for Everyone

Congratulations, you have a baby who is about to turn a year old! This is a major milestone and marks the first transition between babyhood and toddler-ville. With all the firsts you’re documenting, you probably feel even more certain that you need to make your baby’s first birthday the most […]

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How Much Sleep Does Your Child Need? National Sleep Foundation Introduces New Guidelines

How Much Sleep Does Your Child Need? National Sleep Foundation Introduces New Guidelines

The National Sleep Foundation (NSF), after input from a multi-disciplinary expert panel, has issued a new report with updated recommendations for appropriate sleep durations throughout a person’s life. The results take into account developmental changes and create wider sleep ranges for most age groups. The NSF’s recommendations are based on […]

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8 Trips for Traveling by Air With Your Baby

8 Trips for Traveling by Air With Your Baby

The busiest travel days are the day before Thanksgiving, Fridays in summer and Christmas through January 1. If you’ll be traveling with a baby this holiday season, here are some suggestions for making it through the busy car, airport and airline routine. 1. Choose Schedule Rather Than Price Normally we […]

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