Tag: Baby

The business of being a parent Wills, guardianship, and life insurance— important details you should take care of when baby’s born When you’re expecting a baby, there’s so much to do!  Shopping, choosing a name, preparing a will, and taking childbirth preparation classes are just a few of the things...

Tools For Tuck-In Need your shut-eye? A sleep expert shares gear every new parent needs when trying to get a handle on bedtime Baby in a bag “A sleep sack is the best alternative to loose blankets in the crib, which can increase the risk of SIDS.And it keeps baby...

MSRP: $14.99 Lifefactory baby bottles are fun. Available in 4— and 9-ounce sizes, they come in colorful silicon sleeves that are dishwasher safe and still allow you to see what’s in the bottle. They offer all the advantages of glass and the silicone sleeves make them safer and easier to...

Pello has been a favorite for our entire family.  My baby safely lay in it when he was a few months old and I needed a place for him to rest while I worked nearby.  Now that he’s getting more mobile, he loves crawling in and out of it all...

Turn Cries Into Coos As the eldest of five, Amanda Joyner from Michigan City, IN, expected her baby would cry but felt confident that she could handle it, given that she’d taken care of her siblings.Yet the frequent cries of her newborn son, Arthur, made calming him a challenge. “I...

Formula Feeding 101 Keeping your baby nourished and full with formula takes more than sticking the bottle in her mouth. Some tips: MIX AND WAIT. Let powdered formula sit for a minute after mixing. That way, you allow gas bubbles to break up, minimizing the amount of air in baby’s...