Archive for 'Baby'

Pain, Fever and Ear Infections in Children

Pain, Fever and Ear Infections in Children

Children suffering from ear infections should be seen by their physician, and for good reason! If your child complains of ear pain and has a fever, chances are she’s suffering from a common childhood ailment, otitis [...]

Media Based Toys

Media Based Toys

 Why kids’ growing imaginations need all types of toys to play with. Media Based Toys What toys did your children wish for this holiday season?l. Often at the top of children’s wish lists are those media [...]

Homemade Baby Food

Homemade Baby Food

How to save money while feeding your baby nutritious food. Homemade Baby Food When the time comes for your baby to begin solid foods, you may think that the best food is available on the supermarket [...]

Why You Shouldn’t Give Newborns Honey

Why You Shouldn’t Give Newborns Honey

Why you really should not give your baby honey. Honey and Newborns When babies are under one year of age, their digestive track hasn’t matured enough, nor does it has enough microorganisms to offset a certain [...]

Preventing Bathtub Drownings

Preventing Bathtub Drownings

The importance of taking charge to prevent childhood bathtub drownings. Preventing Drowning When it comes to bathing children, parents must be vigilant. While objects like bathtub rings can offer a child a little support as you [...]

From First Kicks to First Steps

From First Kicks to First Steps

Dr. Alan Greene inspires and enlightens readers with time tested-wisdom and cutting- edge science in From First Kicks to First Steps. He helps parents understand and make the most of key windows in their babies’ development. [...]

Secrets of the Baby Whisperer: How to Calm, Connect, and Communicate with Your Baby

Secrets of the Baby Whisperer: How to Calm, Connect, and Communicate with Your Baby

In this groundbreaking book, Tracy Hogg concentrates her vast knowledge (and huge dose of common sense) into simple, accessible programs that parents can begin as early as the first few weeks of a baby’s life. Reassuring, [...]

3 Signs Your Child Has Outgrown Naps

3 Signs Your Child Has Outgrown Naps

Is your toddler or preschooler refusing to take a nap? It’s probably the first of 3 signs that your little one no longer needs the extra sleep. Most toddlers and many preschoolers have at least one [...]

How Baby’s Personality Affects Development

How Baby’s Personality Affects Development

What type of temperament does your child have? Whether calm or a real go-getter, her personality will play a role in her development. All sorts of milestones are reached in the first eighteen months of a [...]

Coping with Picky Eaters

Coping with Picky Eaters

When no food is good enough. Coping with Picky Eaters Well, we’ve probably all heard the story about a toddler who refuses to eat anything but peanut butter sandwiches.  Granted, it may not make headlines around [...]