Politics can be fascinating and exciting but they can also be full of tension, accusation hurling and stress for many families, especially when there is disagreement within a household on which candidate is most suitable for office. I do think it is important to share with our children the healthy debates politics can inspire. … Read the rest
Here are a few of my tips to help ensure a fun & safe Halloween with your little ones. I couldn’t resist including some of my favorite costumes this season as well!
Trick or treat!
*Make sure you lithe ones eat a really good and nutritious early dinner, then surrender to the candy!… Read the rest
Everyone has their own way of styling certain pieces. Our pocket-front plaid shirtdress can be styled in many ways to fit your life and personality. Here are some of the answers we’ve received when asking around the office as to how they would wear it.… Read the rest
I have seen so many women (myself included!) who become mothers and forget to take care of themselves. It is so important to remember that a healthy, happy mom is the key to a healthy, happy family. Dr. Strongin & Dr.… Read the rest
I’ve put together a list of questions that I’ve asked each of my experts to answer. You can read the Parenthood Psychology Practice responses here. Now I’ve put the questions to the MomPrep experts at Village Obstetrics, Drs. Worth & Mussalli. … Read the rest
MomPrep Expert Dr. Kathryn Smerling has some great advice on listening to our little ones.
A Guest Blog: Children Sense More Than We Realize
If we really listen to our children, we may find that they are smarter than we think.… Read the rest
Okay, so I have a confession to make. I actually intended to write a blog everyday of the tour (I know I can hear you laughing at my unrealistic goal!) and now standing here in Penn Station waiting to board the train for the last leg of my trip, I realize this is only the third I am writing! … Read the rest
Deciding how you want to parent your children is such an important (and challenging!) decision. Dr. Kathryn Sterling weighs in below on her tips for how to establish your parenting approach.
A Guest Blog: Repair or Repeat – What Will Your Parenting Style Be?… Read the rest
Dr. Whitney Roban, Ph.D., of Sleep-Eez Kids, is back to offer some more thoughts on that touchy topic: sleep-training. Although there are many, many different methods to “sleep train” our little ones, many people hear that phrase and immediately think “cry it out”. … Read the rest