Research shows that it’s time for Mozart to move over. Mama is more influential in stimulating Baby’s brain.
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“I want my MOMMY!” screamed my 2-year-old daughter waking from her nap. My presence was neither desired nor appreciated. Efforts to calm her proved futile when she realized that mommy had left the building.
Are babies born with all they need to achieve their full potential, or can you help them along? While the nature versus nurture debate continues, most parents want Baby to achieve milestones faster.
Madeline Eppert of Green Hills says she became a real mom when she stopped listening to her mother and decided to do things her way. “My husband and I were just so tired of all the advice we were getting when our baby was born. We said, forget it. People have been parents for millions… Read more »
You leave the room to grab the phone and your 10-month-old cries and screams. It’s the same every time you try to leave her. Fear not! Separation anxiety is normal at this age and can be eased with the right strategies. It can be disheartening for parents to enjoy an evening out or concentrate at… Read more »
How much do you know about infant development? Learn what your baby can and cannot do as she grows. The baby’s crying – again. What can it be this time? Didn’t you just change her diaper? Wouldn’t it be nice if she would sleep through the night already? If she ate on a regular schedule… Read more »
Having a baby is not always by the book. Baby has a few tricks up his sleeve to teach you, too. “I thought I knew all there was to know about being a new mom,” says Julie Anderson, a mother of one. “I read all the books, memorized every little tip and asked my doctor… Read more »
“It broke my heart to see my baby’s eyes fill with tears as I began to leave,” says Julie Anderson, mother of one. “This was the first time I left her with a sitter. Leaving her there was one of the hardest things I’ve done, and I know it’s just the beginning. It can be… Read more »