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Value and Purpose of Labor Support

By Cami Nettekoven There are numerous benefits of a Birth Doula. Studies have shown that having a Doula may greatly reduce the percentages of medical intervention. The relationship between Doula and the family is one of respect and comfort. The relationship starts during pregnancy, where the trust is formed. Information is gathered, education is obtained […]

Family Meetings 101

by Deborah Shelton Family meetings provide opportunities for feelings to be aired and validated. They also allow younger children to feel they are an important part of the decision-making process when it comes to family vacations and other major and minor family functions. Before the first meeting commences, set a few ground rules such as: […]

How to Handle Your Child’s Tantrums

by Gary Hendricks Oh gosh … he’s at it again! Wailing and crying for God knows what reason. Do you have a problem with your child’s tantrums? Here’s a quick guide on how to handle them during those stressful moments. Why Do Children Throw Tantrums? Studies have shown that when children throw tantrums, they do […]

Increasing Competence

by Armin Brott Dear Mr. Dad: I’m a new father. I haven’t had much experience with infants and I want to be involved in my daughter’s care, but every time I try to pick her up, she starts to fret. How can I feel more competent? Armin answers: Few things can make a man feel […]

22 Discipline Ideas that Really Work

by Armin Brott At one time or another, all parents struggle with discipline—establishing and enforcing limits, and getting their kids to speak to them respectfully and do what they’re supposed to do. But remember: discipline isn’t only about correction. It’s also about teaching kids to control themselves and care about others so they can grow […]

Taming those Awful Tantrums

by Elizabeth Pantley, Author of Perfect Parenting and Kid Cooperation You’ve all been there. Your child isn’t getting his way. He’s crying, yelling, and stomping. As a frustrated parent, you may know, that temper tantrums are a normal childhood reaction to anger and frustration. But knowing this does not make it easier when your child’s […]

Playing Doctor

by Elizabeth Pantley, Author of Kid Cooperation and Perfect Parenting Question: I can’t believe it! I walked into the playroom and found my child comparing private parts with a friend. They said they were playing “doctor.” I yelled at them and sent the friend home. Later, I felt like I should have handled it in […]

The Mystery Around Colic

by Jason Rickard You are a proud parent of a happy and healthy 2 week old baby. You and your spouse have both now gotten into a routine that is comfortable concerning nightly feedings, changing and enjoying your new little one. Your life seems perfect. Then all that changes as your baby begins to cry […]

White Noise and 10 other Soothing Sounds for Calming a Colicky Infant

by Cherie Stirewalt The crying – oh, the crying. A colicky baby can really drive you to the edge. Failed attempts to soothe her crying may leave you wondering if you are cut out to be a parent after all. But, don’t worry, you are. You just need to arm yourself with some tools to […]

Colic Baby Bootcamp – Parent Survival Tips

by Cherie Stirewalt Surviving a baby with colic truly deserves an award of some sort. The relentless screaming can really drive you to the edge. Unfortunately for the parents of a colic baby, most of the focus of surviving is usually geared towards how to relieve the suffering for your baby. But, what about your […]

Why Your Baby Might Be Crying

When your baby is born he does very little. Eats, poops, sleeps and cries. Crying is the only way that your baby can communicate and at this point, all the cries sound alike. As your baby gets older however you will begin to notice different cries coming from him and you will begin to recognize […]

Rock-A-Bye Baby – The power of mother’s song

(NC)-Twinkle, twinkle little star. The Itsy bitsy spider. Hush little baby. Mothers have always known that singing is an easy way to keep babies happy. But is there more to it than just silly rhymes and gestures? Sandra Trehub at the University of Toronto seems to think so. “Songs capture and hold babies’ attention more […]

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