8 Helpful Tips for “Reading” Your Baby

Posted by Cindy Perry on 5/29/2015
Babies communicate long before they learn their first words. They can feel a range of emotions from birth and even express them. In fact, if you watch closely, you can notice patterns in their facial expressions, sound and behaviors that are as good as language to parents.

13 Weird Things Most Kids Do

Posted by Cindy Perry on 5/27/2015
Children can be weird!  Their little minds are still learning about the world, which means they can exhibit some unusual behaviors. They’re harmless and usually very cute!  Here are some of the funnies that I’m sure you’re familiar with.

6 Easy Strollercise Activities

Posted by Cindy Perry on 5/26/2015
Busy moms struggle to find time to exercise. One solution is to do both together! Next time you’re taking the little one for a stroll, wear some comfortable shows and try out these exercises.

Using Your pello Safely

Posted by Cindy Perry on 5/25/2015
June is Childhood Safety Month!  So, to gear up for June, we thought it would be a good time to go over some pello safety tips.  These tips can also be found on our warning page.

13 Simple Ways to Boost Your Baby’s Development

Posted by Cindy Perry on 5/16/2015
We all want the best for our children. We work so they can have better lives than ourselves. We want them to be smart, successful people who can make a comfortable place in the world for themselves. That means we have to give them the best tools we can, including a strong brain and confident disposition. Here are some ways you can boost your baby’s development.

16 Easy Ways to Make Your Baby Smart

Posted by Administrator on 5/14/2015
We all want our kids to have the best in life. That includes making them as smart as possible. Smarter people tend to have easier, less laborious lives. The first years are an important time in their development, so we have to do all we can to stimulate them. Here are some ways you can make your baby smart.

5 Ways to Calm a Cranky Baby

Posted by Cindy Perry on 5/13/2015
A fussy baby is a challenge for all parents. You’re never quite sure what’s wrong. It awful and exhausting, especially when it happens in public. If your baby has colic, it’s even worse, leaving parents frazzled and unhinged. Be sure to look out for sleeping cues – rubbing the eyes, yawning, or starring off into nothing. Then, use these five tips to soothe your baby.

5 Must Haves For Your Baby Registry

Posted by Administrator on 5/12/2015
If you’re fretting over the overwhelming responsibility of creating a baby registry, we’ve made a list of things you should add to your list to make it a lot easier. We populated this list with selections you didn’t know you need and you will grow to be unable to live without. You’re welcome!

Tracking Baby’s Developmental Milestones

Posted by Administrator on 5/11/2015
Seeing your baby develop and grow into a curious and bright child is one of the most rewarding aspects of parenthood. Everything you do with your child influences their development, from silly games to reading to dancing along to music. You can keep track of your baby’s big milestones through photographs, a journal, online app, etc. If you have any questions about your child’s development, make sure to bring them up at your next doctor’s appointment.

5 Controversial Parenting Methods

Posted by Administrator on 5/7/2015
The minute you have a baby, you’ll be bombarded with helpful advice from everyone you know about raising children. Some of it might come off as quite forceful. If you’ve ever ventured into a parenting forum or Facebook page, people can be rather… insistent about their opinions.

The Benefits of Puppet Play

Posted by Administrator on 5/4/2015
Dolls and action figures are some of the most popular toys for kids, and parents will be sure to appreciate this easy go-to gift idea on birthdays and other special occasions, but have you ever thought about just what our kids are getting out of playing make-believe with dolls and action figures?