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 risks of soft bedding, such as blankets, pillows, crib bumpers, and stuffed animals, are a leading cause of Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID), according to a report by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The study was published Tuesday in the journal Pediatrics.
A Mommybites reader asks Dr. Gina Lamb-Amato: My baby is having sleep problems – what can I do? Getting your baby to sleep can be challenging and stressful. Some babies go to sleep when you put them down and never have sleep issues. Some babies may not initially demonstrate trouble with sleeping, but will suddenly […]
We held a highly informative teleclass by renowned infant sleep expert Janeen Hayward which covered topics like eliminating night wakings, naps, and much more!
Having a newborn is so crazy and excited – and EXHAUSTING! Here is how you can survive the sleeplessness that is having a new little one.
Many newborn and young infants love being swaddled because it makes them feel safe and secure. However, by the time infants are three or four months, they should not be swaddled as they need to be able to move around freely – especially while they are sleeping or napping.
Babies cry for many reasons and this can be frustrating for parents. I know when my baby was having colic during the night, she would cry for what seemed like hours, and I would feel so helpless despite all my pediatric knowledge about managing colic.