Keeping Your Baby Warm In The Winter

Each winter, the weather channel makes that awful prediction: “This is going to be a terrible winter.” You’re scrambling to get all of your winter coats, hats and gloves down from the attic. But you remember one little thing…the tiny baby lying in the crib next to your bed. Suddenly, all sorts of thoughts wander[…]

Understanding Your Baby’s Sleep Schedule

Parenting an infant can be both a blessing and a challenge. Part of the challenge is figuring out how to navigate their confusing sleep schedule and understanding their sleep behaviors. For adults, getting some much needed sleep at night after a busy and exhausting workday feels natural. However, we must remember that sleeping, just like[…]

Separation Anxiety and Your Baby

Separation anxiety is a common part of a baby’s development that occurs between the ages of 4 to 6 months and lasts until about 24 months. During this stage, babies are starting to understand object permanence, which is the knowledge that an object (or a person) is still there even if they cannot see it.[…]