Having a newborn infant is both a wonderful and stressful time. Although a new mother is often overwhelmed with a new infant she is often the one who spends the most time with the infant and who feels the most bonded to the infant. A newborn can put stress on a relationship and often the partner feels on the outside or is not sure what to do. When both partners know what is expected of them things run much more smoothly.
If you’re raising a family in New York City, you already know that childcare can be a huge expense. But that’s just par for the course in one of the most expensive cities in the United States. And you really can’t put a price on the peace of mind you get from knowing your children […]
Every new mom experiences some postpartum symptoms. Here are a few challenges you might face, and some tips for getting through them!
Thankfully, becoming a mother for the first time these days means having more support – ranging from health insurance to advances in technology.
Milestones are exciting for all parents! Below are some milestones to look forward to during the first year of life. A general reminder: all babies are unique. Thus, these are guidelines on what to look for at the approximate ages. There may be variation in the stages of development for each child. The Baby’s First […]
Families want to talk with their young children about the coronavirus pandemic in a way that will support coping and promote resilience. Here are some ways to discuss these uncertain times with your 4-6-year-old to help them feel secure.
Homeschool Teacher is a role many parents never thought they would play, but COVID-related school closures have many parents struggling to find the right path to educate their children at home. With countless apps, Pinterest, and schools providing a sea of choices, it can be easy for parents to feel overwhelmed and unsure where to start. Here are a few guidelines to help you find a homeschooling path that’s right for your family.
It’s been almost two months since we started to quarantine due to COVID 19, and we, as adults, are pretty spent. Our children – especially younger ones – continue to be baffled by what is happening. Their little lives have been changed dramatically, and this change took place rather quickly. Many of us adults didn’t think this would last this long and that we would return to ‘life as usual’ sooner than later. However, that’s not the case and you may be noticing that your toddlers and young children are sad, angry or becoming increasingly anxious.