By InhabitotsBetween the teething, the reflux, the drooling and the spit-up, babies are literal fountains of youth. Bibs are required accessories for keeping the endless dribbling at bay, providing a barrier between babe's lunch and her fabulous outfit that lies beneath. » Read more
By InhabitotsBig kids will soon be heading back to school, but they're not the only ones who will benefit from hitting the books. Babies and toddlers can start developing a love of reading from the moment their eyes can focus on a page. » Read more
By InhabitotsSummer is almost here, and the good times are about to roll on family vacations. Although you anticipate a relaxing time at your destination, the thought of traveling with a baby or toddler may send a shiver up your spine. » Read more
You’ve seen some adorable cloth diapers and heard all the hype for trying them, but the truth is you’re a skeptic. Cloth diapers seem like a whole lot of work and the benefits, eh, you’re just not seeing them. Not to mention, cloth diapers seem really pricey.
By JustMommiesThe AAP and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have recently released new car seat guidelines. The guidelines are no longer based on the type of car seat but instead are based on the child’s age. Both the AAP and the NHTSA are now recommending that parents keep their infants in a rear facing car seat as long as possible before moving them to a forward facing » Read more » Read more
Curious about your baby's astrological sign? Want to know what your baby Aries or Leo might be like as a baby, check out JM's baby horoscopes.
By Alicia PurdyRemember how excited you were when you found out you were having a baby? What about that moment when you found out you were having two babies? At first, you may have been shocked, but as you started adjusting to the idea of caring for two babies, you shifted into planning mode...hopefully. » Read more
By Audrey MorrisSeparation anxiety is a normal part of a baby's development, and nearly all children will experience it to some degree during their toddler and pre-school years. Your baby will likely show symptoms of anxiety (crying, screaming, struggling, clinging, fear of others) when you leave him or her at daycare, with a babysitter, or even when you leave the room. » Read more » Read more