by Sabrina Garibian posted in Mom Stories This post is more for you than your kids. When my infant cries during car rides, I’m unhappy. Couple that with a cranky 20 month old and I’m miserable. I’m going to teach you how I keep my toddler happy on road trips, and how I keep myself [...]
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by BabyCenter Featured Expert posted in Mom Stories By: Dr. Gregory Finn Most common feeding issues aren’t really problems as much as a normal part of your baby’s development. Over 70% of babies have a feeding issue during their first year of life. It helps to think about it this way: While your pregnancy is [...]
by BabyCenter Featured Expert posted in Life & Home By Kayla Knudson, Senior Editor, BettyCrocker.com, Triceratops, T-Rex and Pterodactyls, oh my! Is there a dinosaur-loving, fossil-hunting archaeologist in your life with an upcoming birthday? We’ve got the ultimate party for you! One of our favorite activities at Betty Crocker is going ...
by Dr. Harvey Karp posted in Mom Stories This post is part of the Global Mom Relay. Every time you share this blog, $5 will go to women and girls around the world. Scroll to the bottom to find out more. The morning market in Luang Prabang, in Laos, was a dense mix of straw [...]
by Amy Graff posted in Mom Stories Autism. What’s that? BPA. Is that a new soft drink? Fish oil. Should I be putting it on my skin? Being pregnant for the first time at age 28 was utter bliss because I was clueless. I ate healthy and took folic acid—but I didn’t fret about the [...]
by BabyCenter Guest Blogger posted in Mom Stories By Inna Kern I love baby showers. Ironically, I’m Jewish and we aren’t even supposed to have them. According to tradition, expecting parents aren’t supposed to buy or receive any new items until after the baby is born because it’s bad luck and can fill your home [...]
by Gwen Dewar, Ph.D. posted in Mom Stories Stress can shorten your life and alter the development of your brain. So one of the biggest gifts a parent can give his kids is to help them cope with stress. And we’ve got good reason to think that parents can make a difference. Research suggests we [...]
by Denise Cortes posted in Life & Home Tomorrow is Theodor Seuss Geisel‘s birthday, March 2nd. Dr. Seuss and his whimsical stories were often my favorite as a child. I would sit on my bed and stare at his book illustrations for hours. When I began having children of my own, it was a rite [...]
by Denise Cortes posted in Life & Home The Oscars are happening this weekend, and all of the movie buffs are treating it like their version of the Super Bowl. You can have your Oscar nominees and Oscar winners and Oscar parties because in my little part of the world, it’s birthday weekend. My daughter [...]
Photo by: workingmother.com Editor Kid Fave Mac & Cheese gets a healthy makeover with this recipe from Handstand Kids Cookbook Company.Serves 4 to 6 12 ounces whole wheat macaroni 3/4 cup low fat milk 2 1/2 cups of shredded low fat mozzarella cheese 2 cups chopped vegetables (broccoli, tomatoes or any other favorites) [...]
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