Free Sleep Guide

Britax Recall Reminder

We were recently consulting with a family on the sleep habits of their newborn and young toddler when we discovered that the family was unaware of the Britax recall from earlier this year. This prompted us to run the Britax recall information again. It’s very important to register your car seat and other baby gear so that you stay informed on any updates or safety issues. Parents and caregivers can also utilize services such as www.cpsc.gov, www.recalls.gov, or www.fda.gov.

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The Great Debate: To Vaccinate or Not…. or Maybe Somewhere In Between

One of the hottest topics for parents today is the question of whether or not to vaccinate their children. Each side of this debate claims to have strong evidence to support their position and to make it even more complicated there is also a group of parents that, because of the controversy, has decided that the right answer is somewhere in the middle. If you are not sure which side you stand on (or if you are in the middle), then here is some information to start you down the path of deciding to vaccinate or not to vaccinate.

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Birth Options: Making an Informed Choice

Are you are considering birth options or drawing up a birth plan to prepare for the birth of your baby, you may be considering what medical intervention you are on board with and which you hope to avoid. There are so many options these days that it is hard to know which options to research before going to the hospital, so that you can make an informed decision about your care and the care of your baby.

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Handling Well-Wishers When Baby Arrives

One of the topics many moms forget to address, as they plan for the birth of their baby, is the topic of well-wishers who want to visit after the baby arrives.  It is easy to think that being open to everyone adoring your new addition will fill you with pride and happiness, but you may find that having a stream of visitors in and out of your hospital room or home those first few weeks is anything but a blessing.

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Who Needs Sleep?

Sleep is perhaps the most talked about parenting issue in America. Along with how you feed your baby, it’s also one of the most controversial. Parents find themselves taking sides and digging in their heels about what they believe is “right”. The truth is, there is no wrong way to raise your child (obviously not including abuse or neglect).

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