Lactation expert Judy Eastburn writes about the early days of breastfeeding, what to expect and where to get help.
The first few months of your baby’s life can be both breathtaking and daunting. Here’s everything you need to know about sleep, feeding, health, development, play and baby gear.
If you plan to breastfeed your newborn, it can be unsettling to find that things don’t always go as planned.
Your baby, your milk supply, mastitis – a million things may conspire against you in the Milk Department.
Sarah Ivens shares her breastfeeding story.
Did you know newborns need brain stimulation and learning games?
These activities are basic, fun and a very big deal for your little baby’s brain!
The first three months with your newborn will largely be spent feeding (a lot of feeding!), sleeping and learning who your little baby is.
Just as all adults are different, your little baby has his own personality and a big part of being a parent is learning who your baby is and what needs he or she has.
Ah, “the schedule.” A true savior for some parents, and a hindrance for others.
Figuring out a daily routine (or lack there of) is less about what works for your neighbor down the block, and more about what will work for your family so you can be happy and stress-free.
Bren Underwood describes how she decided to build a schedule for her son.