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Swaddling is out and "loose bundling" is in as parents are thrown yet another morsel of conflicting advice about the safest way to put a baby to sleep. Wrapping up a baby so tightly he can barely move may have deep roots in some cultures, but some
You want your baby to sleep soundly so that you can sleep too, right? So maybe you bought a machine that will play soothing sounds in the nursery. And maybe you crank up the volume so that your kid doesn't hear sirens outside or household noises.
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WebMD Feature Reviewed by Daniel Brennan, MD Rambunctious, mobile, and caught in a riptide of emotion, toddlers are the uncivilized, pedal-to-the-metal humans, matched only by the older edition called teenagers, experts (and parents) say.
Dax Shepard has fallen head-over-heels in love with a girl named Lincoln. The actor, who is keeping his trademark sense of humor in tact as he journeys through the early months of fatherhood, recently opened up about how he and fiancee Kristen Bell
He said that the National Resource Center for Health and Safety in Child Care and Early Education, which issued the measures, are 'changing something that is a very entrenched standard of care of the community.' 'The burden of proof on their
His shirt has a tag on it.) After exchanging a few comments on Facebook about it with a friend, she privately messaged me, frustrated with and concerned about her 18-month-old. "It's like all of a sudden in the last three weeks, she's turned into
A growing number of grandparents are raising their grandchildren and a new study suggests they may not be as informed as they need to be when it comes to safety. While grandparents do have years of child-rearing experience, a study presented this
As the practice gains a bigger following, however, questions about safety are prompting some hospitals to speak out against it and are causing many converts to have second thoughts. Really, [parents] shouldn't be doing this, said Maureen Luther, a
Why Progressives should be Pro-Family . If you happened to come across the January/February 2012 issue of Thriving Family magazine, you might have found yourself smiling along with the friendly-looking people on the cover. In Everybody Has Everything