An interesting infographic on creativity.
- Babies Learn From Each Other
- Postpartum Care for Mom
- The Importance of Encouraging Creativity in Children
- Top 5 Ways To Increase Your Milk Supply
- How Parents Play With Baby
- Battling Morning Sickness
- Understanding Your Baby’s Temperament
- Nutrition for Postpartum Recovery and Breastfeeding
- Dental Health and Your Pregnancy
- Donating Breast Milk
Dec 21, 2012 - 05:05 PM
Dec 23, 2011 - 07:20 PM
It seems we are hearing more and more moms concerned about not having enough milk to feed their baby these days. There are many effective strategies for helping women increase their milk supply but first we need to determine if there truly is a concern about your milk supply. Once that is established, we recommend: (1) breastfeed more frequently (2) use a breastpump to help stimulate your supply (3) consider the use of supplements to help increase milk production such as Fenugreek (4) take a "nursing vacation" and (5) seek the help of a lactation consultant if the first steps don't show an improvement in your supply.
May 23, 2011 - 01:50 PM
Play encourages the development of language and physical skills. Play releases the imagination, develops concentration and builds social skills. Mothers, fathers and babies all feel good after playing because fun and laughter release endorphins that help to relieve stress.
Apr 29, 2011 - 12:55 PM
“Morning sickness” is the uncomfortable nausea and vomiting experienced by many pregnant women, especially in the first trimester. And unfortunately, as many women know, morning sickness can occur at any and all hours of the day. The good news is that typically women start to feel better in their 2nd trimester (starting around 12-14 weeks)