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The Dreaded Colic: What It Is, Isn’t, and How To Deal

The word “colic” gets tossed around a lot when it comes to babies. And yet, it remains one of the great mysteries of the babysphere. As a Happiest Baby Educator and family sleep consultant, I have read my fair share about colic and know from working with families who have been affected by it how truly trying it can be. But often times, it’s hard to recognize what “true” colic is and how it affects a baby. And, also often, colic is the default blame for a baby in distress. What... read more

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Parenting 101 – What Every Expectant and New Parent Should Know: Teleclass Re-Cap

Imagine having a dedicated hour with a pediatrician to get ALL your burning new mom questions answered – as we rarely get the opportunity to ask all the questions we want and our time is often limited and even rushed. … read more

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The Natural C-Section

“The Natural Cesarean” is a current trend being widely discussed. At first it may sound a little barbaric – natural surgery? But fortunately that is not what is meant with this shift in a surgical birth. Often, surgery consists of … read more

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Tips for Parents of Picky Eaters

Having trouble with your picky eater? Here are some tips on how to get your child motivated about eating. Eat meals together. Sounds very obvious, but seriously – eat together. If you are feeding your child first and then eating at … read more

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Ask Dr. Gramma Karen: What Is Really Going On In That Parent-Grandparent Conflict?

  Dr. Gramma Karen is on vacation; she will return on August 4. Meanwhile, we hope you enjoy an interview New York Family conducted with her, reprinted here with permission. What Is Really Going On In That Parent-Grandparent Conflict? By … read more

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Sometimes Ya Just Gotta Say NO!!!

We want our kids to be joyful and care-free. We want them to experience all that life has to offer and we do not want to hold them back. And let’s be honest, sometimes we just can’t bear another tantrum. … read more

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Banana Chia Pudding

Are you looking for a quick, healthy and easy snack? This banana chia pudding was a cinch to make and requires no cooking! The pudding is thick and sweet with a smooth consistency. Most puddings are complicated and take time … read more

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Choosing a New Home for You and Your Child

Having a new home can prove quite exciting. It’s also tempting to go for the first one you’ve fallen in love with. However, having some patience is going to go quite a long way in turning the home your purchase … read more

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