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Expert tips & helpful product reviews to keep you on the right track.
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…
Does TV Really Rot Your Brain?
Any of the kids I nannied for back in the 90’s can tell you the answer. They’re all teenagers now, but when they were two and three years old they quickly learned that when they begged to watch TV, my response was always the same. TV rots your brain!
I just had to share one of my new obsessions. Greenproofing! I’m cleaning up my act and helping my clients “green” their nurseries too. I’ll be sharing my discoveries with you in the coming weeks and hope that you’ll be inspired to make some changes in your home as well.
Summer Infant Slim & Secure Video Monitor
When installed properly, this hand held monitor offers parents a stylish, color video monitor for around-the-clock check-ups on baby. The video camera provides a secure video feed with exceptional image quality and crisp audio, while the small, sleek monitor gives parents the reassurance of seeing and hearing baby day and night. Learn more at summerinfant.com
The Dangers of Allowing Baby to Sleep in the Car Seat
Hello Friends, Many parents rely on the naps their kiddos get in the car seat. Some parents even use a long car ride to get their babies to fall asleep. Then there are those of you who have spent many nights in the driveway, sleeping in the car with your baby. Sounds familiar?
New Recommendations for Rear-Facing Car Seats
Hello friends, I’ve been sharing this message with families for several years now, but the rear-facing movement has finally taken root with a strong statement from the AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics).
Daylight Savings Time
Hello friends, Spring is just around the corner and that means it’s time to change the clocks. Most of us will “spring forward” this weekend for Daylight Savings Time, which has parents asking “what does that mean for my baby’s sleep”?