A Mommybites reader and concerned parent asks: My child has, umm, found herself. My mom says that I must make her stop and put her in time out. My friend says let her be. What do I do? Ahh, yes. We think we have time before we have to talk to our kids about masturbation. […]
I want to head into the new year feeling less, well… MAD all of the time. I find myself frustrated and angry, and I do not want to parent this way. I get this. The new year always brings about self-reflection. This is a great question and many will probably want to follow in your […]
Language has a huge impact on our children’s development. We must help develop their vocabulary at a young age.
It’s hard to please those picky eaters, especially during the food-filled holidays. Never fear, check out some ways you can get your child involved in the food festivities!
Eczema is an extremely common ailment for children and adults alike. Being a sufferer of eczema my entire life, I know firsthand how uncomfortable and irritating it can be.
Virtual visits are a game changer for new parents. There was a staggering 2,532% rise in telehealth services this year—and many of the new converts are parents of infants. This should come as no surprise: Virtual visits have taken the anxiety and risk out of taking your baby to the doctor. By eliminating travel and reducing cost, telehealth can feel like a miracle for new parents.
A great way to keep children occupied and learning is through sensory play!
Lights, camera, action. Baby proofing is hard enough on a good day, but during the holidays in a New York City apartment, it can be totally overwhelming! Below are 6 ways to baby proof during the holidays by Rene Appelbaum, co-owner & founder of Baby Proofers Plus. Never leave candles unattended Be sure candles are […]