The best baby games are very simple – the object: spending time with you! Try one of the ideas in this video and let the fun begin!
Taking your baby for a daytime outing can be lots of fun. Here are a few baby sun protection tips while enjoying the sun.
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Now that our babies are a year old, we know they're ready for milk. What kind of milk is best? How much milk does a toddler or a preschooler need? Get the facts on milk.
Our kids sometimes talk to themselves when they're alone in bed, or at other times. These monologues, it turns out, may help them make sense of their day and process new experiences. Shhhhh — don't interrupt
Getting a little one to settle down can be tricky. Find out how to set up an effective bedtime routine with these quick tips.
Babyhood is when our kids start to acquire a love of stories and interest for words. Discover some easy ways to nurture the joy of reading with your baby!
Discover key baby development milestones in this exciting period of rapid growth for your baby and know what to expect at each step along your journey!
Moms with small babies spend a lot of time changing diapers. Check out some tips and tricks that help make changing a breeze.
So far, it's just been breast milk or formula, or both. Now your baby is ready for starting solid foods. The best plan is to start slowly and then introduce one new food at a time.
See how everyday household items can stimulate your baby’s development.
Got the phones and cameras ready? Sometime soon, our babies will officially become toddlers, taking those teetering first steps!
Still nursing your baby? If all is going well for both of you, no worries about weaning yet – unless your baby takes on the job.
Top tips to make baby's bath time safe and pleasant for both you and your newborn.
Homemade baby food can be quick and easy to prepare, and your baby will love it. Check out our step-by-step guide.
Planning your first family plane trip? Here are some mom-tested strategies for traveling with your baby.
Every day there are more things your child can do by himself, from walking backward to hopping and jumping. Get some tips on keeping your little mover safe.
Even before her first word, your baby will communicate with grunts, gestures and cries. Read on to find out what it all means.
From newborn sponge baths, to playing in the tub, develop your own bath time routine that helps you and your baby bond. Here’s one mom’s tips about a better bath time.
Dollhouses, trains or imaginary wizards are all parts of how children play. Find out about the different ways to play with toddlers.