Saying good-bye is hard to do, especially if you're the parent of a small child who suffers from separation anxiety. There is good reason behind your toddler's tears; these helpful solutions can make your "so long's" a little less stressful.
Tummy time strengthens baby's core muscle, but it may not be all sunshine and smiles. Is your baby offended? Are your nerves frazzled? Here are a few tricks that may make tummy time more enjoyable for you both.
Here's the anxiously awaited 2011 release of most popular baby names of 2010!
Could your baby's teething gel be dangerous? According to the FDA, benzocaine, which is used in teething gels shouldn't be used on children under two years of age. Check out this tips for easing teething symptoms.
Adults and children alike are constantly staring at a screen. We have become increasingly dependent upon the technology. Screen-Free Week is a time for participants to turn off and "tune in" plugging into life instead!
There's a popular myth -- one of several surrounding autism -- that you can't diagnose this disease until a child is well into childhood. In reality, the signs are evident as early as 18 months of age, or sometimes even sooner. The signs often show up early in a baby's life: He doesn't babble or coo like other infants. Later, he may fail to gesture, point or make eye contact.
BPA and other endocrine disrupting chemicals are linked to infertility, cancers and malformations. Want to reduce your exposure? These six simple steps will help!
I AM PLANNING MY DAUGHTERS 1ST BIRTHDAY ON JUNE 18TH 2011, THE ONLY PROBLEM IS OUR FRIENDS ARE OUR FAMILY, THAT MEANS ALOT OF FRIENDS AND FAMILY TO INVITE BECAUSE THEY HAVE ALL BEEN THERE THRU OUT HER FIRST YEAR! MY THEME IS LADYBUGS ANY IDEAS I AM LOST SHE IS MY FIRST?????
Buckling up for a drive? There's new advice when it comes to car seats and booster seats. Both the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the American Academy of Pediatrics are recommending parents keep their kids in those seats longer.
It's a subject that pregnancy books tend to gloss over and prenatal classes frequently choose to ignore -- the possibility that you might give birth to anything other than a picture-perfect baby. Consequently, those couples that do end up giving birth to babies with special needs can find themselves feeling shocked and alone.