The old wives tale that "crying is good for the baby's lungs" was put to the test in the 1970's and researchers had shown that children who were left alone to cry had heart rates that were worrisome and lower levels of oxygen in their blood.
Just because you feel guilty, doesn’t mean you are guilty. That’s the most important bit of information that any working mom needs to absorb.
With the lack of sleep that new parents experience, it’s not surprising that one of the first questions many new parents ask is “When will my baby be sleeping through the night?”
Does your toddler wail and scream when she’s greeted by her daycare provider? Does your preschooler flip his lid when it’s time for you to say goodbye?
Choosing a pediatrician is a no brainer, right? Wrong. While at first thought it may make sense to simply go to the same pediatrician that your friends use, if you want a pediatrician that you’ll really like and feel that you can trust, it’s important to consider these 5 things prior to making your selection.
Whether it’s a type of meat, fruit, or even ice cream, many children struggle with trying new foods.
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