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    12 Reasons We Love Them Babies!

    12 Reasons We Love Them Babies!

    We give a lot to our babies, but they give so much to US in that magical first year. We’re just crazy for... 1. Their gummy smiles via GIPHY 2. Their delicious arms via YouTube 3. The fun they add to the holidays 4. Their mischievous looks 5. Their joyfulness 6. The chance to play again via GIPHY 7. Their ability to make us laugh at the mess 8. Their kisses via GIPHY 9. Their progress Ryan McDonough via Flickr 10....

    The Price of Exhaustion

    The Price of Exhaustion

    Exhaustion is the #1 complaint of new parents. But calling it a complaint makes it sounds like just an annoyance, which it may be for some, but for many, it’s a far more serious problem. In fact, sleep deprivation is the silent cause of a health crisis hurting our country. Exhaustion & the Risk to Families A little-known reality is that exhaustion is a key trigger of more than 500,000 cases of postpartum depression a year. Deep fatigue also pushes...

    Build a Strong, Early Bond with Your Baby

    Build a Strong, Early Bond with Your Baby

    The early months of an infant’s life are the time to establish a strong baby-parent bond, which actually becomes the foundation for all of your child’s deep friendships and intimate bonds, throughout the rest of his life. The best thing to do to nourish that bond? Respond quickly to his cries. Your predictable support during these early months grows your infant’s trust and feelings of security. In fact, in 1972, Johns Hopkins’ researchers, Sylvia Bell and Mary Ainsworth, found that...

    8 Happiness Tips for New Parents

    8 Happiness Tips for New Parents

    Plenty of folks offer new parents nitty-gritty baby tips for getting the job done. I’ve written some myself and trust me – you’ll need ‘em! But here’s something different…tips to help you thrive, grow and truly enjoy your journey. 1. Trust Yourself. Some new parents get emotional whiplash flipping between feeling like you’ve got the job nailed…and like an inept rookie. But, you know what? You are the newest, shiniest link in an unbroken chain of successful parents that stretches back to the beginning...

    Colic: You Can't Blame Yourself for Your Babies Cries

    Colic: You Can't Blame Yourself for Your Babies Cries

    Colic take an enormous toll on parents, transforming what should be the happiest time in our lives into one of misery for many. I’ll never forget reading a heartfelt blog post by a mother named Lee, who described her experience with colic: “I was a wreck. You were the same way when you were a baby, my mom told me. You turned out just fine. Just fine? I physically beat myself up because I couldn’t get my son to stop...

    Overlooked Advice to Boost Breastfeeding Success

    Overlooked Advice to Boost Breastfeeding Success

    If you want to breastfeed, 95% of the time, you can do it. Don’t be shy about asking for help (since the beginning of time women have relied on getting support to learn to troubleshoot and gain confidence.) It’s like riding a bike--it can be a little weird in the beginning, but then once you get the hang of it, it feels like you’ve been doing it forever. But keeping it up for a year (the American Academy of Pediatrics’s...