Baby

 
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!

10 Frequently Asked Questions About Infant Sleep

We held a highly informative teleclass by renowned infant sleep expert Janeen Hayward which covered topics like eliminating night wakings, naps, and much more! In case you missed it and are interested in learning about your infant's sleep, below are the 10 most frequently asked questions about... read more

Best Baby Shoes for Beginning Walkers

*This is a sponsored educational article. We followed the AAP recommendations to find the best baby shoes for your beginning walker. What is more exciting than watching your baby take her first steps? Now that she's on the move, you may want to consider purchasing her first pair of baby shoes.... read more

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What You Should Know About Postpartum Depression

  It’s only fair for us to share all of this stored up knowledge about what happens once the baby is born until they are a toddler! Below we tackle commonly asked Postpartum  Depression question from a new or soon-to-be parent. Chiming in to give her feedback is expert: Dr. Gina Lamb... read more

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What Every Expectant & New Parent Should Know

Imagine having a dedicated hour with a doctor to get ALL your burning expectant and new parent questions answered! Participants were in luck when one of the country's top docs from Weill Cornell Medical Associates was on hand for our recent class to answer many important new parent questions... read more