During cold and flu season, it’s pretty much inevitable that someone you know either at work, school, or in your household will get sick. Especially in the close quarters of your home, having a child battling a cold or flu virus means it’s important to be diligent about staying healthy. As their

Toothache pain can make you miserable, and there’s nothing worse than seeing your little one suffer because of teething. Pointy, sharp teeth poking through gums of your child is certainly going to cause discomfort! Luckily there are various things you can do to ease the suffering, helping your child during this time.

As new parents, we want to do what’s best for our baby. Creating a healthy, safe haven for our newborn takes precedence over all else, and once baby is old enough to have solid foods (around 4-6 months), parents begin to discuss if the store bought option or homemade baby food is

No one likes to see a loved one suffering, and sometimes the thought of seeing your child with asthma flare-ups is simply too much to bear! There are ways to develop a management plan to assist your child when asthma flare-ups happen. It’s important to know the common triggers of a flare-up

Breastfeeding your baby is no easy feat. It may be a natural process, but it also can be a difficult one. However, we encourage all new mothers to at least try to breastfeed as it reaps endless benefits for your little one and yourself. Early breast milk, called colostrum, contains countless nutrients

Songs are written about it. Psychologists have proven that it can lift our spirits. It warms us, mystifies babies with its dancing beams, and creates a perfect day for us at the beach. Without it, our solar system wouldn’t even exist! Of course we are talking about the sun! Sunshine provides all

October is here, which means it is time for trick-or-treating, carving pumpkins, haunted houses and all the other fun, spooky traditions Halloween entails. Everyone loves a good scare on Halloween, but not when it comes to your child’s safety. Halloween is an exciting time of year for children, and we want to

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, is a mental disorder that makes it hard to concentrate or sit still, potentially causing a child to have bursts of impulsivity. According to the CDC, ADHD affects almost 6.5 million children in America. ADHD cannot be cured, but it can be treated with a variety

Parents often joke about never sleeping again once they become parents. For pregnant mothers, sleepless nights may begin as soon as the baby begins growing and moving. Newborns also make it difficult for the parents to sleep through the night, whether it’s frequent feedings or colic, and of course, jump to those

A newborn baby’s skin is very delicate. It requires constant care to keep it moisturized and protected. The following tips will help you take care of that delicate baby skin. Bathing Basics Your new baby doesn’t need a bath every day. In fact, just two or three times a week is best.