Breastfeeding and formula are important to know about when you have a little one. Here is everything you need to know about breastfeeding and formula feeding!
Bringing baby home from the hospital is scary for first-time parents for many reasons, so baby proofing your home in the month before your due date will give you a little extra peace of mind.
Weaning your baby onto solid food is a huge milestone in their life. But, it can be daunting and tough to learn the best way to accomplish this. Check out these great tips to help your baby’s transition!
My answer to this question is not going to make a lot of parents happy but my answer is no. Babies under two-years-old should not watch TV or go to see a movie. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends NOT putting babies under two-years-old in front of television or movies.
We held a highly informative teleclass by renowned infant sleep expert Janeen Hayward which covered topics like eliminating night wakings, naps, and much more!
At one point or another all moms struggle with their kids’ eating. Kids eat well, then they stop; their food preferences change in the blink of an eye; some are little foodies; others eat to survive. Feeding becomes a job — often a hard one. Not all moms, however, really know their child’s physiology, the […]
A strong core is essential for babies to successfully meet their developmental milestones, such as: independent sitting, pulling-to-stand, crawling and walking. A strong core also allows our babies to sustain a posture against gravity, which will aid development of their fine motor skills (small muscles in the hand), perceptual skills and communication.
Seven years ago, when we both were working, my husband Hayden and I bought an expensive home in a pricey neighborhood, known for its excellent schools. We have two children, a six- and a four-year-old. After our younger child was born we decided I would stay home full time, so even though Hayden has a […]