Monthly Archives: November 2013

Teaching the Meaning of Thanksgiving to Children

Thanksgiving is a great holiday for spending time with family and eating lots of delicious foods. But, it is also important that your child(ren) know the true meaning of the holiday and why it is so vastly celebrated. Although you … Continue reading

Posted in Parenting | Leave a comment

Feeding Guidelines – What Can Baby Have for Thanksgiving Dinner

It’s hard to believe, but Thanksgiving is just a few days away. And if this is your baby’s first Thanksgiving then he or she is in for a real treat! Babies can eat all the same foods that the adults … Continue reading

Posted in Parenting | Leave a comment

2013 Best Gifts for Infants (and their parents)

2013 Best Gifts for Infants (and their parents).

Posted in Parenting | Leave a comment

2013 Best Gifts for Infants (and their parents)

It’s that time of year again for gift giving, and gift receiving. Most friends and family members will probably be pretty vocal about what it is that they want. However, if you have an infant to buy for on your … Continue reading

Posted in Parenting | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Sleep Training – To Cry or Not to Cry

Be assured that if you are having a hard time with a crying baby at night, you are not alone. Most new parents struggle with a crying baby either at bedtime or in the middle of the night. Unfortunately, there … Continue reading

Posted in mom, mother, Parenting | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Bottles and Sippy Cups – When and How

Bottles were invented to provide an alternative to breastfeeding that most closely resembles the female nipple thus allowing newborns and infants to easily adjust. While none will be exact, some are better than others. Some women are unable to breastfeed … Continue reading

Posted in Parenting | Leave a comment