Getting a little one to settle down can be tricky. Find out how to set up an effective bedtime routine with these quick tips.
Even before her first word, your baby will communicate with grunts, gestures and cries. Read on to find out what it all means.
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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.
Watch the ups and downs as the Barstons give their home a baby proofing makeover. To see their results, tune in now.
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!
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.
A guide to what your toddler should be saying by age
Your baby’s increased mobility implies that he’s covering more ground and exploring his environment. Do your bit by baby proofing your home with these tips.
You want to keep your little sleeper safe, and the best way to do that is with the back sleeping position. Learn all the ways to promote safe sleeping for your baby.
Top tips to make baby's bath time safe and pleasant for both you and your newborn.
It's hard to see our children sniffling and coughing. With time and a few home remedies (including lots of hugs), we can probably help them feel better. Get more details on treating colds and common illnesses.
Learn how to identify when your baby’s cough is serious and needs medical attention as well as other prevention and soothing strategies
Since you and your little ones spend a lot of time in the kitchen, it should be the safest and happiest room in the house.
Dollhouses, trains or imaginary wizards are all parts of how children play. Find out about the different ways to play with toddlers.
Is your baby gaining more physical control? Your little one may have mastered sitting and may try to twist, lean forward and shift from side to side. Get more tips on how to help your baby practice these
Planning your first family plane trip? Here are some mom-tested strategies for traveling with your baby.
Got the phones and cameras ready? Sometime soon, our babies will officially become toddlers, taking those teetering first steps!
As your baby grows and develops, his sleeping patterns will change. Following these guidelines with help keep him in a standard bedtime routine!
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