Keeping Track of Baby Habits [Infographic]
In the first year of a baby’s life, a baby grows from an infant into a full-size toddler with a mind of its own! While every child will grow a different pace, there are so many stages …
15 Things to Do After Your Baby is Born - Life With My Littles
Not sure what things need to get done postpartum? Here are 15 things to do after your baby is born in the days and weeks after your baby is born!
New Mom’s Survival Kit, version 2.0
[UPDATE, January 2013: This post has been updated with reader input and is now available as a free download! Click here.] A few years ago I put together a survival kit gift-basket for a friend about to have her first baby. It's my personal take on those must-haves for a first-time mom. Since then I…
How to Fix a Fever: Children, fevers and how to fix them!
How can you fix a fever? What to eat, when to worry? Why DO fevers get worse at night? Plus, vomiting, low-grade fevers in children. This post has all the info on fevers!
*All things Airplane
Our best advice for airplane travel is to Simplify. You probably won't have time to read a book or peruse a magazine. You probably won't even have time to take a nap. So, simplify your carry-on as much as possible. When you signed up for parenthood, your bucket bag and your briefcase got traded in for…
Children’s central incisors typically erupt between 8 and 12 months of age. These teeth tend to fall out when children are around 6 or 7 years old. Discover other facts about children’s teeth by viewing this infographic from a kids’ dentist in Carrollton.
The Dish on Dr. Brown Bottles
*Disclaimer: If you are a fellow quad parent, use Dr. Brown bottles, are considering using Dr. Brown bottles or will soon have a baby, then ...
1-6 Months Baby Sleep Problems and Solutions
Solve the most common baby sleep problems at 1-6 months old: improve sleeping through the night, avoid the 4 months dip, get regular naps, ... Q and A section for personal examples and advice.