Category: PARENTING

Should You Give Your Newborn Water or sugar Water?

Many mothers, especially those who have conceived for the first time always wonder if they should give their newborns water or sugary water. Stephen R. Daniels, a pediatrician says that it’s wrong to either...

Why Do Babies Spit Up?

Does your baby spit up every time you feed them, and you wonder why? Well, you are not alone.  According to a pediatrician known as Alanna Levine, over half of young babies tend to...

So, when is the Right Time to call a Doctor?

It’s normal for new parent to feel worried about the health of their newborns, say pediatricians from Baby Center. You understand you baby best, so it’s important to trust you instincts and call your...

How can you get your Toddler to Nap Longer?

Sleeping is an important aspect, when it comes to the growth of toddlers. You need to ensure that your child naps uninterrupted, as well as gets enough rest every day. Here are a few...

Learn how to Burp your Baby

Does your baby burp after meals? Pediatricians say that those burps serve a purpose. According to Richard Ferber, a pediatrician in the US, pint-sized blenches are meant to release trapped air in your baby’s...

13 Creative Games To Play With Your Baby

DIY Activity Cube Give packing styrofoam a makeover with some colorful and bendable pipe cleaners for an exciting, not to mention budget-friendly, take on the classic wooden activity cube. See how mom Dayna atLemon...

5 Parenting Truths We Can't Argue With

In second grade, my teacher, Sister Mary Joseph, tried to impress upon us a simple fact of life: There are no guarantees in life except death and taxes. I have no idea why she...

Baby Activities That Encourage Crawling

As a baby builds motor skills such as coordination and strength, he’ll start down the path toward independent movement. Many — but not all — babies begin to crawl between 8 and 12 months,...

10 Bad Parenting Habits

Parenting doesn’t come with a handbook. It’s all on-the-job training. But the same is true for kids trying to grow into adults. No guidelines, just lots of unwritten rules that restrict who our children...

Allergy-Proof Your Home

Allergy Haven Your home should be a haven away from allergy triggers. And fortunately, it can be. There are plenty of things you can do inside your home to reduce allergen levels, from cleaning...