Archive for October, 2013

Tummy Time

Getting Baby Off the Bottle

Getting Baby Off the Bottle

Old habits die hard, so no wonder it’s hard to get your man off the bottle … I am referring to getting your little man off his baby bottle, of course!  Many parents forget that the transition from bottle to cup will not happen on its own, and they don’t […]

Parenting & Safety

The 9-Month Needy Stage

The 9-Month Needy Stage

Your baby’s development is a beautiful and fascinating thing to watch and experience, but like anything else in life, it can have its ups and downs. One phase that can be difficult for new parents to deal with is what’s popularly known as “the 9-month needy stage.” When a baby […]

Activities

Baby-Friendly Date Ideas

Baby-Friendly Date Ideas

As new parents, it can be hard to get out of the house and go on a date. There can be several reasons for this: you don’t feel comfortable leaving the baby yet, you can’t find or don’t have the funds for a suitable babysitter, or maybe you just feel […]

Activities

More Tips for Singing to Baby

Last time we shared a lullaby video, I offered some advice on how to sing to your baby with confidence. It’s funny, we know babies aren’t harsh critics, but that doesn’t stop us from feeling a little self-conscious when we try to interact with someone who doesn’t respond in the […]

Activities

Babies and Music

Babies and Music

There are numerous rumors out there about the importance of music in the development of babies, or – on the opposite side of the spectrum – critics who say that music is just disruptive to a baby’s calm environment. We believe that music is not only soothing and enjoyable for […]

Parenting & Safety

Baby’s First Doctor’s Appointment

Baby’s First Doctor’s Appointment

If you are a first-time expecting mother, you probably have a mental list of one million questions about childbirth and parenting. Check off a couple of your questions regarding baby’s first doctor appointments by reading the following.