Tag Archives : Parenting

The Importance of Building a Bond With Your Baby

The attachment process is interactive and dynamic. Both you and your baby participate in an exchange of nonverbal emotional cues that make your baby feel understood and safe. Even within the first few days of being born, your baby picks up on your emotional cues—your tone of voice, your gestures, and your emotions and tries […]

How Formula Can Complement Breast-Feeding

NY Times | FAMILY By NICHOLAS BAKALAR Good news for new mothers: A study suggests that carefully regulated formula feeding before your milk comes in will not harm your baby’s ability to breast-feed, and done properly, it may even help in the long run. Exclusive breast-feeding is widely encouraged, but a study published on Monday in the […]

20 Activities To Do With Your Family – Parenting Magazine

May is National Family Month and National Bike Month. It made us start thinking: what are some great activities for a family to do together, especially with the weather (fingers crossed) warming up from this unusually cold spring. Here’s a great article from Parenting Magazine.  20 Activities To Do With Your Family Make the most of your […]