Leaving your child at an in-home daycare can be nerve-wracking. By asking the right questions, you can help ensure that your baby is in good hands and create peace of mind.
Get answers on all your baby questions, from how much Pedialyte to give your six-month-old to other things.
Parents: it is inevitable that one day your baby or toddler will refuse to go to sleep. God speed.
Parents learn quickly that there are some dirty jobs when it comes to baby, and…
In your baby’s first year, there’s a whole lot of growing goin’ on. Here’s a look at how growth spurts come and go.
Car accidents are one of the leading causes of injury and death in children, so it’s important to get the fit of your baby’s car seat right from the start.
Your baby may sleep well in a car seat, but that doesn’t make it a safe alternative to the crib or bassinet. Here’s why.
It happens slowly, but eventually your baby will move up to larger diapers. So how long are they really in size one for?
There are many exciting milestones happening during the first year of a baby’s life, and one of these shining moments is when a baby first begins to wave.
As an adult, when you feel tired you go to sleep. It seems so easy for us and that is why many new parents are baffled about why their babies fight sleep. All babies fight sleep at some point and it is usually because they are overtired.
Let’s face it: your children are going to test your patience, and the way you react can determine how well-adjusted your child becomes.
It’s not unusual for babies to move quite a bit while sleeping – here are some of the most common reasons why.
Whether you’re exclusively bottle-feeding or just supplementing at night, you’ll want to have the right amount of bottles – enough to be convenient without going overboard.
Colic is a frustrating condition, both for parents and babies. Here’s more about when it starts, when it ends and what to do in between.
Pedialyte is one of the best ways to keep your baby hydrated, but how much should you give a 6-month-old?
When it’s time to start solid foods, which is a better option? We have answers.
Many parents find the transition from their room to the crib is difficult – for them and their baby. Here are 10 ways to make the transition smoother.
You may love the newborn stage, you may not. Either way, it’s good to know exactly how long this will last – and how to get through it successfully.
Bruxism, otherwise known as teeth grinding, is common in children and often occurs during sleep or while a child is under stress. Learn how to deter teeth grinding in babies.
The start reflex is one of your baby’s most instinctual moves – but it’ll go away quicker than you might think.
Pacifiers are effective at soothing babies, but when and how do you give them up?
Here are some signs that your baby is ready for the next step – the highchair.
When you make the decision to formula-feed, you’ll need to consider what kind of water is best for use in your baby’s bottles. Learn which types have been deemed safe for consumption by infants and which you should avoid.
Many hospitals teach new parents how to swaddle their infant right after a baby is born as it can be one of the most useful tools in the new parent arsenal. But what is the best and safest blanket to use for swaddling?
Tickle a newborn and you probably won’t get as much as a giggle. Here’s when babies are most likely to become ticklish.
I was surprised when my pediatrician told me not to use lotion on my newborn. Here’s why they recommend against it and the facts about when you can start using lotions.