by Jodie Gaul - 2006-12-05
I do feel most new mothers try too hard to please others and look like they are doing the right thing before actually asking someone for help or advice. A lot of first time mothers find it may mean th...
by Joe Stevens - 2006-12-11
Postpartum depression is a much more common problem than once thought with as many as 15% of new mothers suffering from symptoms of depression, bipolar disorder (also known as "Manic" Depression) to s...
by Rachel Goodchild - 2007-01-03
When my first baby was born, I was inundated with lovely gifts. I was sure I would never have to buy her a thing again! With the gift giving season almost upon us, I thought we would take the next few...
by Alex Daniels - 2007-01-19
Your baby's room will be the first place he or she will come after arriving into the world. Making it comfortable for when the baby is sleeping and also for when mom is feeding should be top priori...
by Christie Gardner - 2007-01-29
During the long months of my pregnancy, I spent HOURS researching every little thing related to my growing belly and the life within it. This included performing hundreds of Google searches, poll...
by Paul - 2007-08-15
1. Take advantage of the "fly free under 2" rule for as long as you can. 2. Buy enough diapers for the plane ride plus one day and buy more on arrival. Ditto for formula, unless traveling abroa...
by Paul - 2007-08-07
A father tends to:- Bond with children in short bursts of connection, both physical and emotional ("short-touch" bonding, rough-and-tumble play).- Focus on teaching children order, pattern think...
by Paul - 2007-08-16
Babies need to eat often-every 90 minutes to two hours. Feed your baby when she begins to show signs of hunger, such as rooting or sucking on her lips, fingers or fist. Try to feed her before sh...
by Paul - 2007-08-24
In the hectic frenzy that goes into preparing or caring for a newborn, selecting a name may seem to be the least of the challenges. While for some the process of selecting a name may be quite un...
by Paul - 2007-09-20
If your spouse has been breastfeeding, she can safely continue to do so well after your baby has upgraded its status to toddler-hood. Though generally frowned upon, extended breastfeeding actual...