8 Ways to Stay Organized with a Toddler in the House

Posted by Cindy Perry on 2/27/2015

Life with a toddler (or multiple toddlers!) can be busy. Your little one isn’t content to sit in your arms or the baby swing and just look around. He wants to crawl and investigate everything. Combine that with managing a home and a career and it’s easy for a mom or dad to become unorganized. Here are some tips on keeping things organized with a toddler around.

5 Tips to Help Baby Learn to Crawl

Posted by Cindy Perry on 2/26/2015

As your baby begins to grow and develop, they’ll inevitably want to start exploring the world around them. In order to do so however, they’ll first have to learn how to crawl. As parents, we want to encourage our children to develop as best as we can so helping them with this process is important. Here are some great tips to encourage your baby to start crawling:

Choosing a Unique Baby Name

Posted by Cindy Perry on 2/25/2015

Choosing a name for your soon-to-be son or daughter is one of the biggest decisions you can make during your pregnancy. It’s tough to change your mind later on! If you’re like many parents, you want a name that is different enough that he or she will be remembered, but not so different that other children will make fun of him/her. Here are some tips you can use to choose a unique baby name.

Transitioning to One Nap per Day

Posted by Cindy Perry on 2/24/2015
Many people think the “terrible twos” are a symptom of a poor sleep schedule rather than an unavoidable developmental problem. A toddler’s body and brain want to stay up and explore the world, but they still need their sleep. If they drop naps too quickly, you end up with a perpetually cranky child. This might explain the “trying threes” and “fearsome fours” as well!

Everything You Need to Know About Baby Hiccups

Posted by Cindy Perry on 2/4/2015
Hiccups are annoying, but harmless. They can happen to anyone at any age, even in the womb. There’s a muscle in your torso that expands and contracts when you breathe. Every so often this muscle receives some usual stimulation and can spasm rhythmically.