An expecting mom is having trouble being motivated to do anything and feels like a failure. Amalah gives her the advice and pep talk she needs to hear right now.
A mom is very eager to potty-train her 17-month old. Is that realistic? What are the pros and cons of early potty training?
When should my toddler move from a crib to a toddler or big-kid bed?
A mom thinks her baby may be speech-delayed. Should she be concerned? Or is she possibly overreacting?
I am going on a trip when my baby is 8-months old. Am I letting my baby develop bad sleep habits that will make it difficult for her grandparents to take care of her four months from now?
Should I put my son is a private preschool even though it will be quite expensive for our family?
Not surprisingly, my toddler is parroting everything I say. Including the curse words. Do I really need to watch my potty mouth? Is it too late?
Now that I can pump breastmilk successfully, how do I introduce it to my exclusively-breastfed baby?
What should I do when breastfed baby won’t burp, he’s gassy and uncomfortable?
My potty-trained preschooler is going through a potty regression. Is it because I’m pregnant? Is it a control issue? What should I do?
Is there a polite way to say “No Thanks” when friends and family want to buy off-registry baby gifts?
My preschooler is going through a phase where his fears and anxiety are keeping him and us up at night. How can we help my young child sleep soundly and feel safe through the night?
A young woman found a breast lump and her doctor has asked her to schedule a mammogram and ultrasound. Even though the doctor is not worried, she is freaking out and needs some perspective.
My very young toddler is starting to show interest and progress in potty-training, but she’s in a daycare center class that doesn’t accommodate for potty-trained little ones. She loves this daycare center, what should I do?
This mom needs help with her super early morning riser, a baby that only seems to need the minimum of sleep.
A new mom-to-be is not only growing her family but contemplating growing her financial responsibilities by helping her aging parents. Her husband is not on board with the latter. She needs our objective opinions and advice.
A mom needs help teaching her child effective homework skills, especially when there are younger ones around whose homework is to distract their older sibling.
An expectant mom is trying anticipate the balance between her need and wanting of help from her own mom and her husband’s need to private family time on the second time around.
An expectant mom learns that her original ultrasound prediction was wrong. She’s having a boy, not a girl. She needs help mentally and emotionally shifting gears and expectations.
Now that I’m a mom to a baby, my make-up and skincare routine needs a total reboot.