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    Moving Your Baby Out of Crib and Into a “Big Kid” Bed

    Moving Your Baby Out of Crib and Into a “Big Kid” Bed

    Fifteen-month-old Will climbed out of his crib while his mom, Sue, was doing sleep training. “He was okay,” she said, “but I got completely spooked because I suddenly heard his crying getting closer and closer!” Your choice when it comes to your little bug’s bedtime spot will have a lot to do with her new physical skills. It’s fun to watch her go from standing to walking to running…but it’s not so much fun when she starts vaulting—commando-style—over the railing....

    Yes, Pinworms Are Gross. But They’re Also Common in Young Children

    Yes, Pinworms Are Gross. But They’re Also Common in Young Children

    Pinworms in children are most common at the toddler and preschool stage. And what are pinworms? They are half-inch, threadlike worms that are thankfully harmless, but they can be the cause of sleep problems that come out of nowhere. Usually, a child suddenly awakens 20-40 minutes after falling asleep, crying or even screaming and complaining of rectal itching or pain.  How to Check for Pinworms in Kids It sounds disgusting…but when your sweetie wakes up, bring in a flashlight and...

    Bunk Bed Safety & Other Tips

    Bunk Bed Safety & Other Tips

    Being tired makes kids wired, and this wildness can easily lead to accidents. Just as a tired juggler starts dropping things, tired tots get impulsive and klutzy and prone to all sorts of mishaps. For preschoolers, the most common bed-related accidents (other than falling out of the crib) result from jumping on the bed or falling out of a bunk bed. I know it’s hard to enforce the “no more monkeys jumping on the bed” rule…but how crazy do you...

    Where Should Baby Sleep?

    Where Should Baby Sleep?

    One of the first questions you have to answer after you give birth is, Where should baby sleep? A bassinet? Crib? Cosleeper? Your bed? It’s a decision that deserves some serious thought because it will affect your sleep, your baby’s sleep and your baby’s safety. Hands down, having your newborn baby sleep in your room is the way to go! It’s cozier and much more convenient. It lets you hear when your baby spits up, has breathing troubles, or is uncomfortable...

    Is White Noise Bad for Babies' Ears?

    Is White Noise Bad for Babies' Ears?

    In 2014, a study of sound machines kicked up a lot of questions about white noise. Researchers tested 14 machines (marketed specifically for sleeping babies), placed 12 inches from the babies’ heads and cranked them to max volume. When they measured how much sound reached the baby, they found that 3 devices exceed 85 dB. The researchers warned that, if played at that intensity for 8 hours straight, that amount of noise (85 dB) would exceed safety standards and might reach a...

    When Can a Baby Have Peanuts? The New Guidelines

    When Can a Baby Have Peanuts? The New Guidelines

    If you’ve heard that you shouldn’t feed your child peanuts for a few years—that’s the old medical recommendation. Now, the National Institute of Health advises introducing peanut-containing food to infants in the first year. And the higher risk your child has of the allergy, the earlier the NIH recommends your baby try peanuts.  The NIH based its new guidelines on King’s College London’s landmark LEAP study (Learning Early About Peanut Allergy) which studied over 600 high-risk infants. Much to their surprise,...

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