Terrified of SIDS? Here’s When The Risk Goes Down

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, also known as SIDS, is a devastating disease. The causes are relatively unknown, and the effects are far too apparent. The reality is that infants...

Baby Sleep Schedule: From Newborns to Toddlers

If you're living in the reality of caring for a baby at bedtime, the sleep schedule of your child is nothing less than erratic and somewhat confusing for...

Teenagers and Sleep: How Much is Enough and How You Can...

We have talked in-depth about how much sleep infants and children need, so now let's move on to the most dynamic age group: our teenagers. Teens are making the...

11 Benefits of Breastmilk For Your Baby

Every parent wants to ensure their child is happy and healthy. What you feed your little one plays an essential part in making this a reality. For many...

Alcohol and Breastfeeding: Is it Safe?

Breastfeeding is a crucial component of your baby's physical growth and overall healthy development. Mothers who are actively breastfeeding sometimes get mixed advice when it comes to drinking...

8 Healthy Sleep Habits for Your Child

Sleep is an important factor in everyones overall health. Sleep is especially important for children, as they are always moving, learning, and growing.

How Long Should You Breastfeed: Nutritional Benefits and Timelines

It’s an incredibly special bond between mother and child, and it’s also a topic that raises many differing opinions. This week, we’re discussing breastfeeding. We’ll highlight some fundamental facts...

What Causes SIDS: Practicing Safe Sleeping Habits

For a syndrome that kills so many infants every year, very little is known about what causes Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). There, of course, can be no...

10 Benefits of Breastfeeding: And They’re Not Just for Baby

Having a baby is a rewarding experience. Whether to breastfeed your infant or not is one of the most important decisions you will have to make for the...

The How-To of Breastfeeding: Positions and Ensuring a Good Latch

As we mentioned in the last week’s article, breastfeeding is a special bond between mother and child that predates even the emergence of the words “mother” and “child.”...