There are plenty of things to pay attention to after your baby is born. Here are some things you don’t need to put on that list.
Tips and techniques on how to massage your new baby.
Here are a few basics you need to know about your new arrival.
Around-the-clock feedings. Nursing troubles. No sleep. No problem. We’ll help you through the first crazy days.
The whats, whys, and hows about newborn circumcision.
Parent-to-parent advice on feeding, soothing, and more during baby’s first days at home.
Here, fascinating answers to the question: How much does my baby understand?
Babies are often resistant to a daily routine. Here are some pointers to help you set up a schedule that works for both you and your child.
Everybody gets through the first few weeks with baby, and so will you. Here’s how one mom made it.
Staying on top of the latest recommendations is like, well, keeping up with a baby. Here’s what you need to know right now so your little one is both healthy and safe.
Stumped on how to keep your baby’s belly button clean? Follow these steps on how to wash baby’s belly area before and after the umbilical cord falls off.
Your newborn cries a lot, has weird-colored poop, and just got a strange rash on his face. Normal or not? We asked doctors to weigh in on the most common new-baby problems.
One baby’s harrowing battle with the herpes simplex 1 virus is making some new parents reconsider just how close visitors should get to their newborns.
Here’s what you need to know about your baby’s poop. Whether your baby is breastfed, formula fed or eating solid foods, this is what’s normal.
Your baby may have a lot of weird symptoms in the first few months. We’ll tell you whether you need to worry about any of them.
While you’ve probably mapped out what your post-delivery hospital stay will entail, you may not realize that your baby will be twice as busy as you’ll be. Just five minutes after he arrives, he is poked, pricked, measured, tested, cleaned, and swaddled. Delivery procedures are different in every hospital, but here’s what’s likely to happen in the whirlwind that’s your baby’s first day.
Envisioning cozy nursing sessions in your new glider, visits from FOBs (friends of baby), and rocking your newborn to sleep? You’ll get there, Mom! Use our guide so you aren’t blindsided by feeling sore, sleepy, and a little weepy during those early days.
There are plenty of things to pay attention to after your new baby is born. Here are some things you don’t need to put on that list.
From breastfeeding tips to formula must-knows, find the answers for many common new-mommy questions.
A newborn’s arrival brings brand-new worries. Here’s how to tell the difference between what’s normal and what’s cause for concern.
As a new parents, you’re no doubt feeling overwhelmed and out of sorts. How do you really know when Baby should eat? And when do you put your little one down for a nap? Establishing schedules can help. Here’s how to establish a peaceful and effective routine for you and Baby.
You’re back from the hospital, and everyone wants to visit. Here’s how to manage the crowds.
Your infant is prone to all sorts of rashes, from acne to eczema. Read on for a guide to the most common baby skin conditions during the first year and how to treat them.
Does she know me? Does she dream? Does she love me? Is she happy? We found the answers to all the stuff you wonder about during those middle-of-the-night feedings.
A guide to those tiny physical flaws that are part of baby’s first weeks. Read this and relax.
Massage can get your newborn to sleep better, improve her health, and even help you bond.
The Quick Wrap is an effective technique for parents with a minimum amount of time. Use a blanket that will cover the baby’s entire body.
Here’s how to handle those messy tasks of baby care — from drippy noses to dirty diapers.
Ever wonder what happens to your infant in the hours after he’s born — and before you bring him home? Take a look.
All you need to know about your baby’s skin, hair, and more in his first weeks of life.
When you first lay eyes on your baby, chances are you’ll think he’s absolutely perfect, but you can’t help noticing that his body has a few blemishes. So what’s normal? Here, a head-to-toe guide to your newborn’s birthday suit.
Life with little kids is anything but boring. A regular schedule can bring some order to the chaos.
Ease into daunting aspects of baby care with these expert tips. You’ll master these common-yet-complicated tasks in no time.
Bonding with your baby doesn’t always happen right away, but don’t worry — falling in love is just a matter of time.
Discovery comes from tasting, smelling, touching, and more.
The “Burrito Roll” is a more secure (and longer-lasting) version of the Quick Wrap swaddle. When properly dressed in a Burrito Roll, the baby will resemble a popular Mexican foodstuff that consists of a flour tortilla rolled around a meat or bean filling.
Even a short trip with baby has potential for disaster. Here are some mom-savvy suggestions.
We tackle your worries about the cold season so you can keep your sweetie snuggly and healthy.
Confused by some of your infant’s movements and hand gestures? Here’s how to decipher her nonverbal communication.
She sure is a charmer, but your 12-pound mega-cutie also does a thing or two that makes you say “Huh?” Let us explain your baby’s lovable quirks.
They baffle, surprise, and enchant us. Here’s a guide to newborns.
10 things you do that win your baby’s heart.
An hour-by-hour guide to making the day more fun for both of you, including the best times for naps, meals, walks, and more.
How to deal with feeding, diapering, crying, and more when you’re out and about.
Follow these step-by-step directions for dressing and undressing your baby.
8 common conditions that can occur in the first few months.
There’s more to your newborn baby than meets the eye. Here’s what’s going on inside his head.
Do you think you might be spoiling your little one? It’s hard to know where to draw the line when it comes to indulging Baby’s needs. Get advice on how to navigate five common situations in a way that benefits both of you.
Practical answers to the most common concerns that pediatricians hear in the first year.