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Have you introduced your kids to live action versions of their favorite characters?

Hi, fellow moms! I'm conducting a survey about how kids understand characters like Elsa, Elmo, and...

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It's been a loooooong time!!

Ok, so I might as well just re introduce myself. My name is Sarah. I have 2 daughters, Athena (2 yea...

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14 month old will not eat any food

I have a now 14 month old girl. She was born 4 weeks early and was IUGR. She is still a tiny girl, w...

Moms of Toddlers

Trouble feeding my son real food

My son is almost 22 months and is still eating baby food. He won't touch any real food I give, excep...

Moms of Toddlers

My 3 year still uses a pacifier HELP!

Any good ideas on how to get my little man to let go of his pacifier?!?! :( I was hoping he would g...

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What to Look for in a Childcare Program

Whether you are expecting a baby or your child is already in school, if you are going back to work you will be needing childcare. The choices can be overwhelming. » Read more

Nanny vs. Daycare: Which One is Right for You?

Chances are that of the 4 million new moms in America, you might be among those looking for someone to mind your baby when you return to work. Studies show that 55 percent of women in the workforce have given birth in the past two years. Who is caring for their babies? » Read more

Five Things To Ask Before Choosing A Babysitter

By Nancy Da Silva

With so many more mothers in the workforce, the juggling act between children and career has never been so difficult. We want to be there for our children but we have to be able to provide for them as well. Trying to assuage our own guilt for having to do what’s necessary especially in these stressful times, we want to find the very best caregiver for our child. » Read more

Separation Anxiety: Helping The First Day Of Daycare Go Smoothly

By Nancy Da Silva

With so many more mothers in the workforce, the juggling act between children and career has never been so difficult. We want to be there for our children but we have to be able to provide for them as well. Trying to assuage our own guilt for having to do what’s necessary especially in these stressful times, we want to find the very best caregiver for our child. » Read more

Daycare Must Haves

By Maria T. Pepin

Most parents eventually need to go back to work after having a baby. Leaving your child in the care of others can be a little nerve racking, but if you take the time to pick a good daycare center, it will make the whole process less worrisome. Here is a checklist to help you choose a daycare that is right for your child.  WRITE DOWN YOUR PRIORITIES » Read more