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Diversifying the Plate of Picky Eaters 

Take baby steps to establish a new food routine  Michelle Bullock knows a thing or two about picky eaters. Her two-year-old son, Ronald, has a few favorite foods, but the Lakeview mom wishes he would add a li...

Teaching Kids Communication Skills

Teaching communication is one of the most important things parents do to educate their children. Children who hear more words by the time they start school have significant advantages over kids who are raised i...

Traveling With Tots

Don’t Be Unnerved When Traveling with Tots by Nina Wolgelenter This feature article from 2011 helps show parents that careful planning, managing expectations (theirs, and their children's) and some creativity...
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Tips For Helping Your Baby Sleep Well

Research shows that sleep is crucial for replenishing the body’s energy and processing learning and memory. Some parts of our brain are more active during sleep than when we are awake. It doesn’t take a super-a...

The Importance Of Playtime

by Sarah Keith Playful interactions between a parent and an infant provide all-important bonding opportunities and encourage a baby’s natural development. What you say Your baby is noticing and reacting to s...

New Parent Infographic

Here is a great info-graphic we got from pishposhbaby! {module_facebookcomments,url="http://www.nolababy.com/announcements/new-parent-infographic",moduleTemplateGroup="Default",locale="en_US",posts="2",width="...
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Get In Touch With Infant Massage

  Written by The Parenting Center at Children's Hospital       Babies of all species need touch. It is an underestimated, yet powerful element in developing and reinfor...
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Combatting Colic

Q: We have a newborn with colic. She cries and cries and nothing seems to help her. I’ve tried every diet change recommended and switched her formula twice. A friend mentioned some kind of “lab” milk… ...
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Discipline Advice By Ages

Parenting falls somewhere between an art and a combat zone. Still, unless there is a real problem, most parents don’t look beyond their friends and family for parenting help. Although there is no one way to par...

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