Tales from the Crib A Journey Through Baby’s 1st Year

he first year of a baby’s life seems to go by both very quickly and very slowly. There are moments (and nights) that seem very, very long. But then, suddenly, you peek at ...

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So - for whatever reason you've determined you are going to be using formula to meet your baby's nutritional needs. Let me say this to you - good job, mama. Don't let anyone ...

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Colic is mean. And if you've never had to deal with the thick of it before, consider yourself lucky. I thought I was one of those lucky people who never had to deal with the ...

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When I was pregnant with my youngest child, I was worried about how the newest member of the family was going to change the dynamic with my older children. I was not new to ...

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During a baby’s first year of life, they’ll have all kinds of firsts. First baths, first foods, first visits, and first holidays. While some firsts feel more important ...

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The first weeks spent with a newborn typically provoke a range of emotions from their brand new caregivers. There is often deep joy, for the new life that’s entered the ...

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For most breastfeeding moms, life is a series of great successes and new challenges. In the early days, many moms experience difficulty learning to latch and trouble with ...

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Every so often there’s a news story about a mom who’s been called out for breastfeeding in the public. Sometimes the antagonist quickly backtracks and apologizes after ...

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Some of the amazing benefits to babywearing are the comfort the proximity to a parent brings to baby, the ability to get out and about with baby without having everyone try ...

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A new study, reported in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, suggests that feeding babies one egg per day, starting at six months of age, increases important ...

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