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Expert Parenting Tips
We call on parenting experts to weigh in on tough topics such as getting your baby to sleep through the night, developing healthy gender roles and talking to your kids about sexting.
No parent ever wants to hear that their child is being bullied or worse still, that they are doing the bullying; however, it happens even when we think our child isn’t capable of those acts. The best thing we can do is to be informed and learn the best ways to support them in either situation.
Being pregnant when you have another child, or children, to look after is a completely different experience. It’s vital to look after yourself and your growing baby. Here is how.
While breastfeeding is only something a mother can do, there are plenty of ways for dads to get involved to help make the process a little easier.
Just when you think you’ve settled into a doable breastfeeding schedule, your tot decides to nurse all the time. Before you panic and start worrying about your milk supply, take a breath. The good news is that this is completely normal.
Tot Lactation expert, Rebecca Agi, answers questions about breastfeeding from our Instagram followers
David Anderson, a leading expert in motor development, professor at San Francisco State University and researcher at UC Berkeley’s Institute of Human Development tells us why you should get your baby moving in the water ASAP.
Bath time with your newborn is a wonderful time for bonding. Washing a slippery little human can be daunting at first, but a few tips will have you confident in no time.
Traveling with little ones can seem like a daunting task. But it doesn’t have to be. All you need is a little preparation, insider knowledge and patience.
In part 2 of their feature on Postpartum Depression, Catherine Birndorf MD and Alexandra Sacks MD, co-authors of the new book, Mother Mind: The Emotional Guide to Pregnancy and Postpartum, discuss ways to treat PPD.