One Bed Fits All Sleeping in the same bed as your baby remains a controversial topic in the parenting world. Both experts and parents alike have widely conflicting views on whethe...
Eczema (aka atopic dermatitis) is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that makes skin extremely dry, red and itchy. More severe cases of eczema can even cause skin to look cracke...
When it comes to sleep, few families are lucky enough to have a child with no sleep issues. But so you know just how important sleep is for your child’s brain development? Let us...
When it comes to a baby’s fever, the best thing you can do is to be prepared and don’t freak out! Here’s everything you need to know about what to do when baby gets a fever, ...
As part of the sleep training articles on Pregnancy & Baby (read The Basics of Sleep Training and Sleep Training: Fading Method) , we’re diving more in-depth into the Cry It ...
At what age do babies walk? Most babies take their first steps sometime between 9 and 12 months and are walking well by the time they're 14 or 15 months old. Don't worry if your c...
The Fading method falls between the spectrum of the cry it out (CIO) and no tears methods – it’s a middle-ground for parents who believe that CIO is too harsh, and no tears is ...
Sleep training helps baby learn to fall asleep and stay asleep throughout the night – it sounds pretty good right? Especially for the first few months! Babies are tiny humans, ea...
Breastfed babies Exclusively breastfed babies do not need additional water – breastmilk is 88% water and supplies all the fluids that your baby needs. Even in the first few day...
Babies are ‘programmed’ (by their DNA) to be cute and attention grabbing, longing for interaction with other people. This trait of theirs helps them to survive, as they need th...