Dr. Gramma Karen tackles the problem of what to do when one grandparent is a baby hog, leaving little baby time for the other grandparents.
Have you often found yourself wondering, “Is my baby gifted?” Village East Gifted compiled a list, included in this article, of common characteristics of giftedness observed by parents with babies and toddlers between 1 day old and 2 years of age.
In this article, Dr. Harvey Karp explores baby constipation, and to do about it. Your baby may be constipated if they have hard or pellet-like poops and grunt/cry when it’s time to poop. Typically, babies poop two to three times per day, or even four to five times per day for some infants. If your baby has not pooped in two to three days, then it’s a good idea to call the doctor. Dr. Karp also provides tips to try at home.
Child life specialists are highly trained healthcare workers who are usually employed by hospitals. They work with children and their families to ease discomfort during hospital visits.
When it comes to the bedding for your toddler, you can choose either a bassinet or a crib. Here are some differences between the two.
The experience of separation, even a brief one, is important for both parents and child. Yet while important, separation anxiety—feeling anxious when apart—is common in infants and toddlers. Most children outgrow separation anxiety by age 3. There are many ways that parents can lessen separation anxiety in babies and toddlers and turn the experience into an opportunity for growth.
Summer is a good time to review water safety guidelines. Here’s what you need to know in order to keep your little one happy and safe in the water.
Parents have many options when it comes to choosing the right child care for their kids. Income, schedules, and educational philosophy all play a role in how each family figures out what works for them. Often the choice comes down to home-based child care vs. center-based child care, and recent reports like a Harvard University […]