Taking your baby for a daytime outing can be lots of fun. Here are a few baby sun protection tips while enjoying the sun.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
Keeping your child safe in and around cars is one of your most important jobs as a parent. Follow these tips and guidelines for car safety.
Watch the ups and downs as the Barstons give their home a baby proofing makeover. To see their results, tune in now.
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.
Hemangiomas, sometimes called strawberry marks, are the most common baby birthmarks. About half of the time these spots disappear before age five.
Stick to these smart bathroom safety strategies for making your baby's bath time both safe and relaxing. Added open graph title.
While it's wonderful watching your baby crawl for the first time, his new-found mobility comes with a flood of safety concerns. Let the baby-proofing begin!
We want to do everything possible to prevent our toddlers from getting burns — these are so painful and damage the skin, too. One good idea: Keep hot pot handles turned toward the inside of the stovetop. Get
As your baby reaches yet another milestone by mastering the stairs, here's how to maintain safety as he makes his way from one step to the next.