Baby sleep is vital for their development because sleep helps their brain to grow and process information. As a parent, it's important to give your baby the tools they need to get consistently good sleep.
Swaddling is a great sleep tool for your baby. It can be helpful for getting babies to sleep, especially fussy ones. While this is a helpful solution for the first portion of your baby's life, eventually you will need to transition from a swaddle to other sleepwear.
Forming a strong connection with your baby is one of the most important things you can do, as a mother, for your newborn. Bonding with your baby means creating an attachment both emotionally and physically.
Celebrate the first year of your baby’s life by monitoring key milestones. Every child is wonderfully unique, but there are certain developmental milestones your child should reach before they turn 12 months old. Explore these five signs as you prepare for your 12 month checkup.
Anxiety, stress, and fear are common for new moms. Know that you’re not alone. Fortunately, there are things that you can do to make this time easier. Mental health is something to be taken seriously, and here are some ways to improve your mental health as a new mother.
We interviewed the mother of a 3-year-old and 15-month-old to ask about some of her best tips for new moms. She said, “I'm always wary of dishing out advice. But there are still plenty of things I wish someone had told me when my bundle of joy first arrived! Of course, we all parent in our own way, and every child is different. “