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So Now You Are Going To Be A Grandparent!

by Royce Armstrong “Dad, you’re going to be a grandfather.” My son was calling from his Naval base. He could have told me anything else on earth and I would not have been more surprised. At first I thought he was joking. I waited for the punch line. It was no joke. He had come […]

Simple Mommy Secrets to Stop Your Little Biter

by Dr. Michele BorbaDo you have a biter on your hands? Biting is among the most bothersome and embarrassing kid behaviors. I remember the horror the first time I saw one of child in our playgroup I quickly learned that biting is usually temporary, and much more common than I had thought. The other moms […]

When Not To Begin Potty Training

by Danna Henderson Potty training can be a stressful experience for you and your child. It’s best to start potty training when your child has an established daily routine and is not dealing with any additional stress. Potty training should be the only major change in your child’s life. If your child is showing signs […]

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 […]

Ten Helpful Little Tips For New Parents

The Greatest Gifts in Life, which are always created for free, but never come with instructional guide, are your children. The following suggestions may help any new parents feeling blessed by the birth of their first baby, but also feeling overwhelmed by this wondrous experience. You cannot love, hug, kiss, cuddle, or hold your newborn […]

Talking To Your Children About A New Baby

By Michael Russell You just found out the exciting news. The positive sign on the pregnancy test is proof of the new addition to your family. Since this isn’t your first pregnancy, you can focus more on your expanding family. How will your family adjust to the news? How will you tell them? Will they […]

More than Mom and Dad

by: Barbara A. Eastom Bates  Love, love, love. It makes the world go round. It makes a family. So why does it seem the moment you have a baby, love, or at least your love life as you know it, goes right up in a cloud of baby powder? Let’s face it, you’re tired, you’re […]

Making the Transition to Child Number Two, Three or More

When you bring home your first baby you probably think that life couldn’t be any better. You have your partner and this beautiful, new bundle of joy to love and care for. You have to worry about the needs of this one new little person, but other than that, life hasn’t changed “too” much and […]

Introducing Your New Baby to His Siblings

As with any major transitions in their lives, our children will need our help adapting and adjusting to their new sibling. There are many things we can do to ease this transition.   Prepare Your Child for the Changes Ahead Explain in realistic terms what changes will occur when the baby arrives. Tell your child […]

Four New Mom Must-Haves

Pregnancy and childbearing can seem exhausting enough for a new mom – but those first few months with a newborn at home can bring new meaning to the words sleep-deprived. This particular issue can cause more stress than any other part of being a new parent. “Being a new mom is one of the most […]

Just What Exactly Is Postpartum Depression?

by Sara Duggan MommieCare Hello my name is Sara and I am the proud Mommie of 2 beautiful boys. I enjoy my job very much. I can say that now with much confidence, but there was a time that I couldn’t. There was a time that I despised being a Mommie. I can remember that […]

Postpartum Depression

Unlike the baby blues, postpartum depression is a severe form of depression that affects 10-20% of new mothers and at times new fathers after the birth of their baby. It may not easily pass, and in some cases medical intervention may be necessary. It can normally be diagnosed as early as one month postpartum, after […]

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