I look back to where I was eleven years ago when my oldest was born and I see not just how she’s grown in the blink of an eye, but how I’ve grown as well. In the time she’s grown from a baby to a preteen, both her and I have changed substantially.
We spoke with expert Dr. Erik Fisher, who shares his insights about the importance of play in helping kids strengthen their social and emotional skills before they head to school.
As you walk onto the school grounds with your little one’s hand in yours, his or her backpack nearly the same size as them, I see the struggle on your face.
While other parents happily check items off their children’s back-to-school lists and look forward to a life of structure once again, I’m over here sobbing.
I signed up to be the working parent, but there’s a small part of me that’s jealous of all the time my wife gets to spend with my kids this summer.
What is hip dysplasia? What do I need to know about hip dysplasia and baby carriers? Your questions answered.
Call me a slow learner, but now that I’m nine years into this parenting gig, I’m starting to realize that there are pretty consistent patterns to those times when I lose my um, shiitake mushrooms, as a mom.
Watching my three-year-old get out of bed to kneel beside her sister’s bed and cover her in prayer caused me to look at the world in a different way.
We all have days when we’re “over” parenting. Here are some of the ways for moms to reset their days when they’re having “one of those days.”
Did you know mothers are entitled to one free double electric breast pump per pregnancy? You don’t even have to jump through hoops to get it. Here’s how.
I’ve been helping my clients and friends navigate this incredibly difficult terrain, and I want to help you, too. Here are some things to consider when deciding whether and how to talk to your young kids about what’s going on.
Growing up, I was glad Dad had a job so that we could have a home to live in and clothes to wear, and knew how to fix things that I broke. But until now, I never really “got” the whole Father’s Day thing.
As a pediatrician, I know that establishing strength very early on in life is a huge part of disease prevention. Here are my ideas on how we raise strong babies – both inside and out.
I took the test before bedtime, leaving it in the bathroom while the countdown timer flashed, proving I didn’t really believe I could possibly be pregnant. But when I went in, it said “pregnant” in neat, bold letters.
Right after I gave birth to my first son, the nurses warned me not to put him down to sleep on his stomach. But every time, I did, he’d wake up and begin choking. At first, I agonized over this…
Philips Avent teamed up with SoulPancake to create this video that hinges on celebrating mom and baby’s special dialogue, and they’re asking moms to tell their own mamalogues – sharing stories about the magic moments between mom and baby that were made possible thanks to her instincts and special intuition.