Tag: babies

  • Practicing Mindfulness with Your Family
    Practicing Mindfulness with Your Family

    Incorporating mindfulness moments into your family life is possible, even with children under six years of age. Yoga instructor and mom Dharak suggests some activities you might try. By Dharak Dhamarongrat   Growing up in Bangkok, I found I rarely had moments of mindfulness during my childhood because of our living environment. Our pace of […]

  • Being a Good Friend to New Parents
    Being a Good Friend to New Parents

    Have a friend who is about to have a baby? Here’s how to be an A+ friend to the new parents. If you are pregnant, be sure to share this with your friends and family! By Emma McNerlin With the arrival of a baby, the world tilts a little bit on its axis, early days […]

  • Sleep When the Baby Sleeps…The Fairytale of Life Balance for New Parents
    Sleep When the Baby Sleeps…The Fairytale of Life Balance for New Parents

    Midwife Emma explores the myth of achieving balance for new parents and concludes that life with a newborn can be fantastic, magical, horrific, mind-numbingly boring, and spectacularly exhausting all in one day; and that’s ok. We are all just winging it on the good ship parenting so give yourself a break and hang on for […]

  • Survival Guide for Traveling with Baby!
    Survival Guide for Traveling with Baby!

    With acute wanderlust, former flight attendant Victoria has traveled to over 20 international destinations with her 16-month-old daughter. She takes an informative and irreverent look at traveling with an infant. By Victoria Davis If the words “traveling with an infant” send a shiver up your spine, don’t worry. I’m here to help! Yes, it can […]

  • Breastfeeding Myths and What’s Real
    Breastfeeding Myths and What’s Real

    Lactation consultant Lia debunks common myths about breastfeeding debunked and tells you what you should know about establishing a healthy milk supply. By Lia Segall Pasternak   As a pregnant or breastfeeding mom, it seems everyone has some advice to impart. Whilst advice comes with good intentions, it isn’t always correct and may not be […]

  • Secondary Lactose Intolerance in the Breastfed Baby
    Secondary Lactose Intolerance in the Breastfed Baby

    How to recognize it and what to do if your baby has secondary lactose intolerance. By Fran Safaie   You’ve probably heard of lactose intolerance before, since, in adults, it’s a reasonably common digestive problem. Known as late-onset lactose intolerance, it occurs when, over a number of years, a person’s body begins to slowly decrease […]