We get it; you’re busy! But you also know that spending one-on-one quality time with your toddler is important.
In fact, parenting expert Amy McCreedy said it’s the best thing parents can do to improve their kids’ behavior.
Did you know that 1 in 8 couples have trouble getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy (according to the Centers for Disease Control)?
Or that male factor infertility is the only identifiable cause of infertility in about 8 percent of couples?
April is National Infertility Awareness Month, so we spoke with Dr. De’smond Henry, an Obstetrician and Gynecologist based in Southwest Georgia, to answer your questions about infertility and when to seek guidance from a professional.
You work hard to make sure your toddler eats well, but your picky eater refuses to munch on anything but cheese, crackers, and bananas–which makes you go bananas each and every meal time.
Mom, you’re not alone. Most kids go through this phase, but there are things you can do to shorten it and help your toddler try–and love–new foods.
If you’ve ever tried to put a wired toddler to bed, you know it can be a pretty frustrating experience.
From stalling to downright refusing bedtime, what should be a relaxing time can turn into pure chaos.
LinnieLou spoke with pediatric sleep consultant Kristin Geifer to get her best toddler bedtime tips and tricks to help make sure your future bedtimes go off without a hitch.
You want your toddler to become an avid reader one day, but how can you instill a love of reading in your little one? And what books should you have in your library?
We spoke with toddler mom and Indianapolis-based literacy expert Gail McGee to give you easy, actionable ways you can help your little one not only love books but also develop early reading skills.