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Oct 0
Oct 0

4 Skills to Teach Your Kid Before Cold and Flu Season

Arm your little one with these self-care basics now, while he’s healthy, so he can be more independent the next time a cold or a stomach bug strikes. 1. Tackle nose-blowing Thanks to bubble wands and birthday candles, your child is probably much more comfortable blowing air out of her mouth than through her nose. […]

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Oct 0
Oct 0

How to Get Through Cold and Flu Season Without Getting Sick

Baby, it’s cold season—and believe it or not, your kids could slide through it with nary a stuffed nose or sore throat. Just take a few simple steps, starting today.   Every winter my friends and I find ourselves in a lonely world of coughs, sneezes, and sniffles. Whenever we try to make plans, someone’s kid […]

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Sep 0
Sep 0

7 Surprising Baby Safety Mistakes You Might (Still) Be Making

When it comes to baby safety, there are quite a few rules you probably know well: Put baby to sleep on his back, no bumpers or loose bedding in the crib, store poisonous items out of reach, never leave baby unattended on an elevated surface. The list goes on and on. Even though you do […]

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Jul 1
Jul 1

4 Tips for an Easier Nap Time with Your Toddler

In the busy life of a toddler, having to stop playtime in order to take a nap may well seem like it’s the end of the world. Nevertheless, most active toddlers need naps. Daytime sleep not only is important for a child’s healthy growth and development, but it can also do wonders as a short, […]

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Apr 1
Apr 1

8 Things NOT to Say to a Mom of Twins

This mom of twins has heard it all—a thousand times. But that doesn’t mean it’s okay for you to say it. When I was pregnant with my twins, whom I carried to full term, I got a lot of attention because my size made me a spectacle on the street. At that time, a friend […]

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Feb 2
Feb 2

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Hospital Births

Can you fire your nurse? Snack during labor? Check out these surprising facts about giving birth in a hospital. Wondering how your labor and delivery will go? If, like most women, you’re planning on a hospital birth, you probably learned some basics in your parenting class or on your hospital tour. But that doesn’t mean the […]

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Nov 2
Nov 2

20 Foods to Feed Your Baby Before Age One

When it comes to feeding your baby solid foods, variety is the spice of life. Research shows that the more fruits and vegetables a baby eats before age one, the more likely she is to eat a variety of produce by the time she’s six. And when it comes to allergens like peanuts and eggs, […]

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Aug 1
Aug 1

When Changing Clothes Makes Him Cry

Expert advice on how you can change your baby’s clothes without making him cry.   Q: My 2-month-old cries hysterically when I dress and undress him. It makes me feel awful, but what can I do? Don’t feel bad — many babies protest at being changed. The experience of going from feeling warm and cozy […]

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Jul 2
Jul 2

10 Common Health Emergencies And How to Deal With Them

Whether or not you should call 911 if you see blood, burns and other everyday accidents It was one of those moments that you feel, rather than see, in excruciating, punishing slow motion: Four-month-old Tyler Glowacz fell from his bouncer, which was on the kitchen table, and landed on the ceramic floor. “I was only […]

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Jul 2
Jul 2

Is Your Newborn’s Car Seat Properly Installed? Study Says Probably Not!

    According to a new study, almost all new parents aren’t properly securing their newborn babies in their car seats. According to a new study, almost all new parents are making dangerous mistakes installing or securing their newborn babies in their car seats. Here’s how to make sure your little one is safe, starting on the […]

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