baby, Blog, Parenting

How to sooth a fussy baby parenting tips

What I wish I'd known about soothing a fussy baby "Sometimes babies cry for absolutely no reason at all, for hours, in the middle of the night, and there's absolutely nothing you can do about it." "Hold your baby close to your neck or right against your chest, swaddled in a blanket, and hum a song. The
baby, Blog, Parenting

Baby with colic, read these 5 things you need to know

5 things all parents should know about colic   Congratulations – you had a baby! Only now your little angel won’t stop crying. And not just crying like every baby does, but constant, inconsolable wailing. What’s going on? It may be colic. Here's what you need to know. What colic symptoms look like Your baby is considered
Blog, Parenting, Toys

Top 10 Best summer toys for Toddlers 2020

Top 10 Best summer toys Toddlers this 2020 Summer Is Here! and there is time to take the kids outside with the best summer toys for toddlers. Our toys inspiration for this summer will make you spend hours and hours of time outside with your toddlers. The best of all is everyone can enjoy of these
Birth, doula, pregnancy

Best Positions for labor to Ease Pain (Recommended before labor)

Try these positions to ease your pain and discomfort during contractions. BY KIM SCHWORM ACOSTA 1OF 6 Soothing Labor Positions The standard hospital labor position—semi- or fully reclining—is not ideal. When you're lying on your back, your uterus compresses major blood vessels, potentially depriving the baby of oxygen and making you dizzy or queasy. In addition, when you're reclining,
meditation, pregnancy

How to Prepare for Birth: 8 Tips from a Doula

As we grow these little tiny beings in our bodies, we are always thinking about the big day when he/she will come out. "How will I be able to handle the pain?" we ask ourselves. "What can I do to prepare?" The truth of the matter is, there is a lot of pain, suffering and "uncomfortableness" around
Birth, Blog, pregnancy

10 Tips to Help You Prepare for Childbirth and Labor

  It often feels like life is moving faster and faster all the time, but in the delivery room, things are actually slowing down. A National Institutes of Health study found that childbirth for first-time moms now takes 2.6 hours longer than it did 50 years ago. To make that extra time in the delivery room