Hiring the right Sitter

It can be a leap of faith, trusting that you've hired the right sitter.  When Lori Coulter of Mid-City first left her nine-month-old twins with a sitter, she was calm, albeit a bit anxious. “I either had my ph...

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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Vaccinations

 Written by April Capochino-Myers      Today’s vaccines offer unprecedented protection against a myriad diseases   New Orleans mom Sarah G. Fischer was adamant abo...
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Your Child’s Mental Wellness

  Because parents are the first in line to help their children, it is important for them to be aware of the warning signs for possible issues. And those differ, depending upon the age of the child.  ...

Teaching To Brush On Their Own: 3 Great Tips

 Practicing good oral hygiene is very important for children during the summer time, especially when away at camps. As kids venture away from home for the first time or any time, it is important ...
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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...
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Speech Therapy And Your Child

     You may find your toddler’s lisp rather cute, but as the years go by, it can become a thornier problem. She might grow out of it, or it could be indicative of a deeper issue.“Speech therapy is so, so b...