It’s been estimated that parents spend around $12,000 on baby-related expenses during a child’s first year.
Of course, a large chunk of that amount includes formula, diapers and an allotment
I first encountered colic (briefly) when I was a young teenager. One of my first babysitting jobs involved watching three kids, one of whom had colic. That was a LONG night!
My next real encounter was
Christmas has always been my favorite time of year. Being with family, eating decadent food, playing in the snow (the rare time we get it here in Vancouver)…these are the things I look forward to
*This post was originally published on the Colief Infant Drops blog. This is a sponsored post, meaning I have been compensated for writing it. However, the experiences and opinions below are 100% my own.
I’m super excited about this post!!!
I’m regularly asked which products I recommend for fussy, colicky and high need babies and toddlers. As you may have noticed, there are many products that
One more trick to try when your baby’s crying…who doesn’t need that?!
I came across this video clip today from pediatrician Dr. Robert Hamilton of Pacific Ocean Pediatrics. It shows the
I hate leaving the house. It is almost as bad as staying home. Some days I honestly don’t know which is worse.
When we stay home Lillian tends to be fussier than when are out in public. But driving
“All babies love the car!”, they said. “When your baby won’t sleep, just put him in the car and drive around a bit. That will knock him out in no time!”.
Lillian was born full of personality. I didn’t get to spend a whole bunch of time with her before she was whisked off to NICU, but in the time spent with her she was quick to reveal some of her
I’ve heard several people refer to “the high needs puzzle”, and it’s a term I’m growing to use and love more and more.
Too often, we’re told that there is one, singular