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How One Can Avoid Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
Research shows that Sudden Infant Death Syndrome or SIDS is not related to any risk factors. A child showing some risk factors may not experience SIDS at all, while a child exhibiting no risk factors may suddenly become a victim of SIDS.
By Colby Brister
Tips on How to Keep Your Child Safe
All parents would agree that their child's life and well-being is more important than their own. Parents understand that children are little curious creatures who wish to explore and let new things. In doing so, the child may be exposed to certain...
By Colby Brister
Parenting From the Heart
Parenting from the heart is a sacred and rewarding journey. You can establish a higher level of connection with your children through the celebration and exploration of your heart relationship.
By Deb Snyder, PhD
Discover Fun Things to do With Your Kids
Being a parent is quite possibly the most rewarding thing most people with do in their lives, however it might also be the most challenging and frustrating thing a person might do. When you bring those precious, long awaited bundles home from the...
By Val Valentino
Choosing a Great Local Daycare
Daycare is a widely recognized and helpful option for many parents. Most often, the parents that are searching for good daycare options are those who work, have social obligations, or those who are concerned about their child's social interaction...
By Andrew Hallinan
Value Of Using A Nanny Cam
The minute you become a parent, you take on a huge responsibility. In addition to raising your child to love, respect, and learn, you have the responsibility to keep your child save from harm.
By Ray Collingsworth
Taking Your Child on a Trip
When you have a baby, there always seems to be a long checklist to check off. Everything needs to be packed or not only can baby have a rough trip, but so can the parents. It's a good idea to make a list a few days before you leave. If you have a...
By Colby Brister
Understanding What Your Baby is Saying
Baby talking can be achieved with the help of parents. Parents know what the needs of their babies are even when the babies are not able to communicate properly and moms are especially very good at understanding the needs of their baby by...
By Colby Brister
Trimming Your Newborns Fingernails
With practice, anyone can do it. Hugging and cuddling is different from cutting the fingernails of the baby and some parents are also scared to cut the nails of their babies. The parents do not want to hurt the baby and at the same time ensure...
By Colby Brister
4 Biggest Surprises Awaiting New Parents
Regardless of how much you plan, having a baby brings surprises. This is true even if you read all of the popular parenting books, seek sage advice from your own parents, and scour the internet for gems of wisdom. You'll still be shocked by the...
By E. L. Perkins
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