Is your baby 4 to 7 months old? Watch Dr. Tanya’s video on Web MD about your baby’s growth and development from 4 to 7 months of age.
Pregnant? Have a newborn? Watch Dr. Tanya’s breastfeeding basics step by step video on Web MD.
A comfort item or transitional object, also known as a “lovey” is a good idea to help a baby self-soothe and transition from needing Mommy and Daddy 24/7. Read Dr. Tanya’s comparison of blankies to binkies and when
Thinking about summer camp or considering a weekend sleepover? Homesickness isn’t like other childhood illnesses, but it does commonly occur when kids sleep away from home. While it is perfectly normal to feel a little homesick for family and familiar
Looking forward to summer? My family definitely is–sunny days, less homework, family vacations and hopefully more time to relax. But with camp, swim lessons, piano and hopefully a few family vacations, how do you choose summer activities and still leave
“Because I SAID SO!” No matter how much we try to avoid it, many of us end up parenting similar to the way we were parented and saying things that we SWORE we would never say to our own children.
Chore, task, job. No matter what you call it, it’s a responsibility. And it’s never too early to begin teaching children responsibility. What you chose may vary by age from picking up toys to cleaning their room. By starting your
I’ve had several sleep deprived parents ask recently about night terrors and nightmares. Nightmares and night terrors are very different, but can both be scary for the entire family and interfere with everyone’s sleep schedule. How can you tell them
Yelling, “Clean your room!” never works, no matter how many times you try. There are some steps you can take to help your child or teen organize the clutter or sanitize the stinky, moldy mess.
Rain, rain, go away, come again another day. One of the best things about being a kid is that you have a good excuse to jump in mud puddles and dance around in the rain. My boys love testing out