Congratulations! The wait is over and your baby has arrived! As exciting as having a new baby is, we know how overwhelming the first year can be! You’re in luck because in addition to all the useful information on our national blog such as infant sleep, feeding, schedules, work/life balance, the effect a baby has on your relationships, how to find “you time”, and developmental milestones, here you’ll find even more information on the ups and downs of raising a baby in the Boston area!

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Questions to Ask At First Newborn Doctor Visit

Congratulations on your new baby! There is nothing more exciting and potentially overwhelming as your first newborn doctor visit. There are so many things to discuss and ask your pediatrician. This is one of my most favorite pediatric visits as a pediatrician. It’s a time when I meet... read more

Pediatric Dental Care: Class Re-cap

We recently held a highly illuminating teleclass on pediatric dental care, hosted by Dr. Adam Silevitch, DMD, Partner at Pediatric Dentists NYC, PC - also our generous sponsor. Dr. Adam answered questions regarding your childrens' teeth, from the basics to some "hot button" issues. Some of... read more

What We Fell in Love with at ABC Kids Expo

We had a blast at the ABC Kids Expo last week, and here are some of our favorite brands/products from the show! Britax Endeavours Infant Car Seat Ola Baby Feeding and Training Spoons NUK® Simply NaturalTM Freemie® Double Electric Breast Pump Mima Xari Designer Baby... read more

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What Shots Does My Baby Receive and When?

How do I know what shots my baby gets and when? One of the most stressful things for parents especially at the beginning is when their baby receives vaccines (shots). I know that even though I am a pediatrician the first few times my baby got her vaccination injections I was so anxious and... read more

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Baby Acne: Causes and Treatment Part 2

Can you go into more depth about what causes baby acne & how I can treat it? It is common for babies, especially when they are first born, to have an “acne type” rash over their faces. Baby acne usually is on the cheeks, forehead and chin. The acne seems to worsen when baby is crying or... read more