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Posts Tagged ‘baby’

Common Newborn Questions Answered!

Sunday, November 6th, 2011

Well, it seems like it takes more than one column to discuss the first days home with a newborn baby.  After discussing the nuances of breast feeding, there are also many questions regarding all of the noises that babies make. (more…)

Treating Stubborn Diaper Rash

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

Despite every parent’s best efforts, most babies will develop a bothersome diaper rash sometime during their days in diapers. Diaper rashes may be treated with numerous creams and lotions and everyone seems to have their favorites. (more…)

Finger Foods & Choking Dangers

Sunday, October 23rd, 2011

I get a lot of questions both in my office and via email about beginning children on table foods.  In reality, as your 9 – 12 month old child begins to eat soft table foods there really are no foods that are off limits. (more…)

Head Flattening in Your Baby

Friday, October 14th, 2011

I have received a number of messages via twitter, facebook and emails in response to the article on sleep positioning. Several of the responses related to back sleeping and the relationship to head flattening. (more…)

Babies Understand Fairness, Sharing, Selflessness

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011

When does a child become aware of sharing, fairness and selflessness? A new study suggests that children may understand these traits, and practice them, as early as 15 months. (more…)

Foods You Can Eat When Breast Feeding

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

I was making hospital rounds today and talking to all of the new moms (and dads) about their newborns.  I love talking to new parents about the importance of having healthy meals to support breast feeding! I even had a young dad asking “what foods should I avoid cooking for my wife while breast feeding?”  How cute is that! Can we clone him?! (more…)

Pregnant Woman’s Healthy Diet May Reduce Birth Defects

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

Eating a healthy diet while pregnant is not only good for you, it may help prevent birth defects in your baby a new study suggests. (more…)

When to Pierce a Child’s Ears

Friday, September 23rd, 2011

I just received an email seeking some advice as to when a child should get their ears pierced. I know that in some cultures a baby girl has her ears pierced right after birth, while others may wait until a little girl is older. (more…)

All About Naps

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

When you are an adult, there is nothing better than taking a nap. Shouldn’t it be the same for children?  I get lots of questions from parents who ask when their children should take naps; how many times a day they should be napping and when do children stop napping? (more…)

Head Flattening

Monday, August 22nd, 2011

I have received a number of messages via twitter, facebook and email in response to the article on sleep positioning. Several of the responses related to back sleeping and the relationship to head flattening. (more…)