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Newborns & Infants
You and your baby, together, can create an intimate relationship that will become the foundation of his emotional health for the rest of his life.Article
Mobile Phone Apps for Babies?
If you want to stimulate your baby's brain development, the best way is to engage with her! Babies learn in certain ways, and screens are not one of them.Article
New Baby Making Toddler Clingy
While the new baby certainly adds to it, clinginess is also a normal developmental stage. Here are eight tips to deal with toddler clinginess.Article
Preschooler jealous of baby, developing attitude
Preschooler may be expressing anger, but underneath, he's heart-broken at the loss of Mom's love and respect. Here are 11 ways to improve the situation.Article
Regret about baby's birth
There is no "failure" in a "medicalized" birth. Mom may need to give herself time to grieve over her disappointment and also to offer herself some forgiveness.Article
Sidestepping Power Struggles with Toddler after Arrival of New Baby
A new baby is a huge adjustment for a toddler. Suggestions for sidestepping power struggles and instead, turning things into a game.Article
Toddler Starting to Cry Constantly, New Baby Brother & Daycare
As kids grow, they constantly reach new developmental stages and we're forced to adjust. We can make it easier all around by using empathy, limits and respect.Article
What is the best age spacing between siblings?
There's lots of research about the ideal spacing between sibs, most of which suggests that close spacing is a risk factor. But, it's also a personal decision.Article
What is Tongue-Tie and how does it affect breast-feeding?
"Tongue–tie" means that the baby's "frenulum" (the membrane that attaches the tongue to the roof of the mouth) is shorter than usual.Article
What's Wrong with Pacifiers?
Most breastfeeding experts advise against pacifiers. That said, every baby is different and some babies need more comfort sucking than others.