From Breastmilk to Milk
BUT WHAT KIND?????
BUT WHAT KIND?????
Wow, you really must have wanted children badly to do that seven times. Yuck. Now I know why people just have one kid.
So said my son the first time we had The Talk.
What can I reasonably, realistically expect of a 12.5-year-old babysitter?
You can’t make me. I still recall the first time my son said this to me. He was three years old. He was standing at the top of the staircase and I was at the bottom. I had sent him up to his room for…
When should you expect progress? When should you demand a change?
My 9-month-old has dropped from the 25th percentile for weight to the 5th. How do I help him pack on the pounds?
Hey, there’s a resource out there that can help you help your kids understand things like how your online reputation can affect your offline life.
Soy is lurking in the ingredient list of every major formula brand. Should you avoid it? CAN you avoid it?
What to do with a swaddle-busting Houdini baby.
It’s time to pick up the phones and call your Senators again. Or send an email. Real easy-peasy. But REALLY important and time-sensitive.
How do you know when it’s time to dump your doctor? And short of moving to Southern California and begging for a spot in Dr. Sears’ practice, how do you make sure you “mesh” with the new doctor?
Just how odd is the lining-up toys thing? Is it relatively normal for his age, or might this be indicative of other problems?
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My son, at 13 months, is turning out to be SUCH a picky eater. I’m completely baffled. He only wants to eat pureed veggies and fruits (with the exception of bananas–he loves them. I swear the kid is part monkey.) Help!
Her husband’s family thinks ol’ Cousin Carl is perfectly harmless. Her mother’s instinct says otherwise. What to do?
If there’s one thing you should know, it’s the importance of early intervention when it comes to the care of your child’s teeth and face.
Got five minutes? Take the time to send a quick email to your Senators about the importance of food safety.
I was very excited to speak to Tanith as she’s been very vocal about her weight and body image issues. I asked Tanith what advice would she share with moms of children athletes who might be concerned about their child’s current or future focus on body image. We can all learn from Tanith.
In between competitions I’ve been able to spend time with Olympic moms as they’ve dined or just hung out watching Team USA compete. They have some great advice to share with the parents of aspiring Olympic athletes and just any competitive sports kids.
So you have a daughter competing in the Olympics tonight, like Jody Flatt does, what do you do to help her from cracking under the pressure of tens of millions of eyeballs watching her every lutz jump?