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  • Millennials' Power to Change Parenting for the Better

    Millennials' Power to Change Parenting for the Better

    When you think of everything the average American parent tries to pack into 24 hours, it’s a miracle anyone gets through the day. Besides feeding, bathing and generally loving their kids, many parents work longer hours–47 hours a week, according to a recent Gallup poll. Plus, our culture doesn’t make it easy for new parents. Moms and dads pay a chunk of their wages toward health insurance and child care. And, unlike Canadian or Swedish moms (among others) who are rewarded with...

    How to Survive the Holidays with Your Toddler

    How to Survive the Holidays with Your Toddler

    The holidays can be the most magical time of year—but let's be honest, if you have a willful, impulsive tot (in other words, if you have a normal toddler) it can also be very trying. Here are 5 tantrum triggers…plus 5 tried-and-true tips to reduce Hanukkah Horrors or Christmas Crises! Trigger #1: The Giant Chocolate SantaHe points at a giant chocolate Santa and starts screaming, "I waaant it!" Solution: Speak in Toddler-ese + Use the Fast Food Rule When your 2-year-old...

    Tips: Improve Your Baby’s Nightly Feed/Sleep Schedule

    Tips: Improve Your Baby’s Nightly Feed/Sleep Schedule

    Getting your baby to eat a bit more in the day and a little less at night can start when your baby is as young as 1-month-old. It's essential, of course, to ensure your baby is getting enough nourishment. If you have plenty of milk (discuss with your doctor/lactation consultant before using these tips) and your baby is gaining steadily, you can begin boosting daytime feeds/pumping and help your baby sleep a little longer at night with some swaddling, white noise…or with SNOO....

    These 10 Sleep-Deprived Dads Tell Some Crazy Stories

    These 10 Sleep-Deprived Dads Tell Some Crazy Stories

    by Mike Rothschild “Sleep deprivation can have the same effect on the human brain as a night of heavy drinking,” says Dr. Harvey Karp. "Studies have shown that cumulatively sleeping less than 6 hours a night results in alertness equivalent of a legally drunk driver.” New parent sleep deprivation is a silent crisis, to be taken seriously. It causes 100,000’s of devastating health problems and even fatalities. So new parents, for real, take care of yourselves!  But we also can’t...

    What the Gift Experts Say About SNOO Smart Sleeper

    What the Gift Experts Say About SNOO Smart Sleeper

    Safety, sleep and style...what's not to love? Give the gift of sleep this holiday season! Vogue"So, in honor of the fast-approaching holidays and in honor of spoiling the cutest babies out there, here are 103 thoughtful and absolutely adorable baby gifts.” Apartment Therapy“The future is now. SNOO aims to create optimum sleep conditions for babies with a combination of white noise and rocking motion. Its simple, sleek styling is a plus." New York Magazine“Designed to mimic the womb, it rocks your...

    How to Handle Engorged Breasts

    How to Handle Engorged Breasts

    Breastfeeding success most often depends on moms having the right information at their fingertips in those first crucial days, in addition to getting support. So, if you’re pregnant, set this article aside now but remind yourself (a calendar alert is a good idea!) to look at it 1-5 days after birth. That’s when engorgement peaks, and you’ll want these tips (and video) handy. What to Expect as You Start Breastfeeding From the get-go, your baby will suck colostrum from your...