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    What Moms *Really* Want for Mother’s Day? Survey Says…

    What Moms *Really* Want for Mother’s Day? Survey Says…

    Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and instead of getting your mom/wife/partner another bouquet or brunch, this year, you can give her what she REALLY wants. That’s because we went and asked her! Happiest Baby surveyed over 240 moms on what they really desire for Mother’s Day (and what they feel just “meh” about, too). The results may surprise you: Sleep for the Win! The #1 one thing moms want for M’s Day is sleep. A whopping 52% of...

    Introducing Buy Now - Ship Later!

    Introducing Buy Now - Ship Later!

    Many of you have told us that you plan to buy SNOO…but that you’re waiting until your baby arrives, so you can take full advantage of our 30-day, risk-free trial. We get it. And we listened… Happiest Baby now offers a purchase option called “Buy Now–Ship Later,” with the goal of making things easier on you. (As an expecting or new parent, you’ve got enough on your plate!) How It Works You can buy SNOO today – check this important...

    How 'State Control' May Impact Your Baby's Sleep

    How 'State Control' May Impact Your Baby's Sleep

    “My one-month-old is so much fun to watch,” said Britta. “Bobby’s little lip quivers when he’s upset. He’s clearly trying to hold back the flood of tears, and he can go a long time making a silly meow-type cry before he loses the battle and goes ballistic.” If temperament is the sea your little one sails on, state control tells you how steady (or jumpy) his boat is. Can your little on stay asleep despite mild hunger and jarring noise?...

    Why Are Yawns Contagious?

    Why Are Yawns Contagious?

    Why do we yawn when we see babies yawn? The phenomenon is called contagious yawning, and it's very odd indeed. Dogs yawn…and cats and monkeys…and even three-month-old fetuses (but not chickens). An average yawn lasts four to six seconds. We yawn more when we’re tired or bored. And trying to make it stop usually just makes another yawn pop right out. But surprisingly, we have no idea why we yawn. It’s a big medical mystery. We also have no idea why...

    Homeopathic Remedies for Colicky Babies

    Homeopathic Remedies for Colicky Babies

    Homeopathy is a philosophy of healing that teaches “like cures like.” In other words, the illnesses can be cured by giving a tiny dose of something that–in a large dose–would actually cause the very same problem. For example, a homeopath might recommend miniscule amounts of poison ivy extract to stop an itchy rash. Some of the homeopathic treatments recommended for colic are chamomile, colocynth, magnesium phosphorica and pulsatilla. Some parents swear by them, but there is no convincing evidence of benefit....

    How Too Much Coffee Can Backfire for New Parents

    How Too Much Coffee Can Backfire for New Parents

    You may recall from science class that the body’s cells use a special fuel called ATP (adenosine triphosphate). As ATP is used in brain cells, it leaves behind a heap of plain adenosine. By the end of the day, so much adenosine builds up in each cell that it starts a chain reaction that creates “cobwebs” in our brains, forcing our minds to lose focus and our eyes to close. That’s where coffee can come to the rescue! Caffeine blocks...

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