Category: Surviving the 1st Two Years
Last night, I was in bed reading an article in the "baby" section in a parenting magazine about life after baby. Maybe the author gave birth so long ago that she has forgotten the real deal. Here are some excerpts with my “real scoop” inserted.
“You may lose some hair, develop acne, feel teary, and have night sweats until your hormones return to normal.”
The Real Scoop:
Hair loss: You know that thick, flowing, god...Posted on August 29, 2012 at 6:00 AM
By the time your baby is one year old, he or she could have a single tooth, a mouth full of teeth or even a gummy smile. The American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommend that babies see a dentist by age 1.
Children need healthy primary (baby) teeth to eat, speak properly and to guide the permanent teeth into place. Primary teeth generally start to fall by the time the child is six years old and the process ends with the primary molars at age ...Posted on June 18, 2012 at 7:00 AM
The NPN Parent to Parent Summer Newletter - Coping with Change and Transition - will be arriving soon! Here's a preview of what's to come!
Having a baby changes everything. We have had our share of sweet kisses since our daughter’s birth, yet the transition to post-baby life brought numerous challenges. Here’s how we dealt with three aspects of being a new parent:
Change in social interactions
When I returned to work, participating in non-...
Urba Baby is proud to announce our partnership with Neighborhood Parents Network! Now you can purchase an NPN Gift Membership and save a little cash on goods here in our store! At Urba Baby we specialize in bringing not only unique essential items to city moms, but also classes, workshops and events geared toward community growth in Chicago. Here are our highly recommended and parent-tested problem solvers categorized by age group for your little one or little ones on the way, all at...Posted on April 11, 2012 at 11:30 AM