Tag: babies

  • 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 based on […]
  • 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 […]
  • Why Orphanages Are Part of the Problem, Not the Solution
    Why Orphanages Are Part of the Problem, Not the Solution
    Are orphanages necessarily the best answer to care and provide for children without parents? Human rights lawyer Wanchi Tang provides a deeper understanding of the complex issue of ‘institutionalizing’ children. By Wanchi Tang   For ages, well-intending people have been volunteering for and/or donating to orphanages in order to help out those in need. However, […]
  • Survival Tips for Traveling with Little Ones 
    Survival Tips for Traveling with Little Ones 
    Traveling with an infant or young child can be a daunting thought. Read on for some tips to help put you at ease and make your travel as seamless and smooth as possible! Words and photos by Heather Burtch   Given the nature of our lives as expats, there is bound to come a time […]
  • The Power of Play
    The Power of Play
    Every child loves the opportunity to play. As adults, we often do not think about the importance of it. Susan delves into the world of play and shows us how essential it is to a child’s development. By Susan Whalley   No matter the culture, language, or background, children and play go hand in hand. […]