The sound of newborn babies crying at night is an expected rite of passage into parenthood, but did you ever wonder why they cry? We thought they were hungry, but a Harvard researcher thinks they just don't want siblings.Read Full Story
If you’re feeling sad or upset, you may feel like you have to hide your tears so your children don’t get upset too. However, experts feel that it’s important for kids to see their parents experience normal human emotions, both good and bad.Read Full Story
Have you ever experienced a fussy baby? It's really tough, especially if your efforts to curb the fuss aren't working. Frankly, whether Baby is crying or whining, fussiness can be heart-wrenching and mind-numbing — all at once. You want your child to be OK, but it can also tear at your psyche a little. Don't worry. Fussy babies will be OK, and so will you — especially if you employ one of these five fabulous soothing techniques for fuss points.Read Full Story
The controversial subject of letting babies cry it out has come to the forefront recently after Psychology Today blogged about the damaging, long-term effects of the practice. Some parents think this is a bunch of baloney, while others believe leaving a baby to cry is akin to abandonment. Read on and judge for yourself.Read Full Story
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