Co-sleeping has always been a controversial subject but a new campaign by the city of Milwaukee against co-sleeping has people talking.
The Fisher-Price Luv U Zoo Jumperoo. My fingers got tongue-tied just typing that twister. Anyway, this toy is just as cool looking as it is cool sounding. I think that if they made one of these toys in my size, they could really make some dough. Actually, pretend you didn’t see that, I think I’m gonna copy write it.
When shopping for toys for your little one, things can get a little crazy. The “products” that companies are calling toys these days can be baffling to even the most progressive mommies and daddies. So how do we go about buying toys for our babies that enhance their growing minds, not turn them to mush?
What we put on baby's skin is important. And not just for the first few weeks. Here are some quick facts:
Just what exactly do babies really need? And here's the mercenary question we all asked when we saw the price tags -- how much can we expect other people to buy for us?
You chose a safe car seat that fit your car, your budget, and your child. Did it come with an unwelcome guest? Dangerous chemical additives could be onboard!
Shopping for cribs or bought one recently? New safety rules for full and non-full-size cribs will affect parents nation-wide.
During the past few years, third-party aftermarket products for car seats have become very popular to the consumer. Many of these products could be considered a safety risk when added to an infant seat, a child seat or a booster cushion.
Parents anticipate potty training as the milestone that will take us from diaper duty to a modicum of freedom. We know we will still have clean up little spills, wipe bums and do laundry twice a day until the little gaffer gets the hang of things; yet we clamor towards that small light at the end of the diaper genie that seems to signify a tiny morsel of freedom.