Have you ever scrolled through pictures on your phone or camera, looking for one in particular, and felt surprised at the sheer quantity of photos you take each week? I go through this shock about… Read more »

Bottle Weaning

I hear many moms asking for advice on when and how to wean their child from the bottle or breast. Ages for this range from 9 months all the way up to 6 years, but… Read more »


A friend recently described to me what bath time was like at her home. She said the word as if it were a mortal enemy…BATHTIME. The fighting to get the child into the bath, then… Read more »


A child’s education begins at day one. Learning to eat, recognize words, crawl, walk, tie shoes. Learning is arguably the most important aspect of a child’s life after basic needs are met. As parents, we… Read more »


Still reeling from the holidays? You’re not alone. Many parents are struggling to achieve some sense of normalcy following the madness of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s. The mess, the new additions of toys all… Read more »


What is your New Year’s resolution? About half of people make resolutions each year. What is the reason that resolutions are so popular? World of Psychology: Why We Make New Year’s Resolutions One of the… Read more »

Holiday cheer?

What makes you smile over the Christmas holidays? Whether the season brings good feelings or bad ones, there is a lot going on this time of year to smile about! I’m seeing a lot of… Read more »


I saw a segment on the news this morning about eating healthy over the holidays. The nutritionist recommended eating the things you like within moderation and trying not to be at either extreme. In other words,… Read more »

The Christmas Tradition

There are so many family holiday traditions out there. I believe these traditions help people to feel a sense of solidarity and kinship as well as continuity. Children, especially, crave the sameness of the holiday… Read more »

Decisions, Decisions

Choices these days are both easier and more difficult. I say easier because there are clearly defined options, and research on baby and child products can now be done from the comfort of your home… Read more »


Think of your earliest memory. Next, ask your child to tell you the first thing they remember. If they are able to tell you, the ages of your first memories probably coincide! In grad school… Read more »

Babies, Kids, and Home

A friend recently expressed her frustration at the state of her home these days. Having a one-year-old who recently began walking and has also been clingy with her lately, she feels it is dirty and… Read more »