With holiday season upon us, it is likely that your baby will be exposed to the unfamiliar faces of extended family and friends, which may trigger fear.
A common cold is usually harmless, however it can make your little one uncomfortable and fussy. Below is our guide to the things you can do to ease the symptoms of a head cold in little babies.
Avoiding disrupted sleep schedules because of the fall time change (when you "fall back" and set the clocks back one hour) can be minimized by following the transition tips
In the United States it is estimated that 75-80% of infants use pacifiers. The reason for this high take up rate is because the strong sucking reflex found in newborns has a calming and soothing effect on them.
The return of older siblings to school can affect babies' routines in various ways due to changes in the household environment and dynamics. Here are some common effects and strategies for mitigating them.
Babies communicate using facial expressions long before they can speak. While each baby is unique and may have their own individual expressions, here are ten common baby facial expressions and their meanings.
During summer it can be more challenging to get babies to sleep in the evening due to the extended daylight hours and warmer temperatures making the distinction between day and night less clear.