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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kirsten Hawkins 
 
 Article Title :: Sugar And Spice - Dressing Up Little Girls
 
I admit it - I'm a total sucker for sugar and spice baby girl clothing. Give me lace and roses, hand-crocheted pinafores, add hand-smocked bodices and I'm in heaven. I've raised two little girls and had a hand in half a dozen nieces, and I'm here to warn you, ladies. If you love dressing up your little girl in ribbons and lace, indulge yourself as much as you can when she's a baby - because it won't be long before she's choosing her own clothes. And honestly, the frilly styles I love just don't suit the average active toddler. So -- get it out of your system when she's a baby - and take lots and lots of pictures. Just for mothers like me, here are five classic looks for smartly   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kirsten Hawkins 
 
 Article Title :: Mommy & Baby: Styles Of Parenting
 
As a parent, you have the opportunity to set the tone in your home based on the style of parenting you choose. You can choose child-centered parenting or family-centered parenting—the differences will be discussed here.  Child-centered Parenting o Intensely pursue the childÂ’s happiness, taking great strains to avoid discomfort or emotional stress for the child. o The child receives what she wants when she wants it: no delay, no waiting. These concepts might not sound too bad, but what happens when Mom is sick? Or when Mom & Dad want to leave the baby with a sitter? There is little-to-no freedom in this parenting plan—and the baby will  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kirsten Hawkins 
 
 Article Title :: The Basics Of Baby Laundry
 
Ah, the sweet smell of a clean baby! You may be tempted to enhance that clean, fresh smell by running baby diapers and onesies through a final rinse with fabric softener - but don't! The perfumes in fabric softener can irritate a baby's sensitive skin, or spark allergies that cause uncomfortable rashes. With all those adorable babies and teddy bears on fabric softener packages, who would have guessed? Here's another handful of tips for taking care of baby's clothes during the first year, focusing on laundering and stain removal. Choose a detergent that's free of dyes and perfumes. There are a number of brands of laundry detergent that are specially formulated for ba  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kirsten Hawkins 
 
 Article Title :: Mommy & Baby: Teething & Weaning
 
These are two topics that strike fear in the hearts of all parents: what will happen when my baby starts teething? How will he respond when itÂ’s time to wean him (from the breast)? Teething Teething is not a disease, but a condition of growth. It shouldnÂ’t be dreaded, but simply seen as an accomplishment of a healthy, growing child. Most babies begin teething between 6-8 months of age, but as in all children, it may vary wildly. Some babies are known to teethe as early as 2 months or as late as 14 months. Pediatric dentists agree that the longer it takes a baby to teethe, the stronger and healthier the teeth are. Additionally, the later the teeth take to arr  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kirsten Hawkins 
 
 Article Title :: The Great Diaper Debate
 
Way back when in the days of Home Ec, one favorite class was 'how to diaper baby'. Turning a flat piece of absorbent cotton into a comfortable, well-fitting nappy was a trick that seemed to require the dexterity and legerdemain of a trained magician. Worse, diapering the baby clumsily came with the very real fear of jabbing a squirming infant with a diaper pin. Generations of mommies suffered pinpricked fingers rather than risk a scratch to baby's delicate skin. All that changed with the advent of disposable diapers. Even the unfitted, flat, uncomfortable first generation disposables were worlds above typical cloth diapers for convenience and ease of use. Just unfold the back, p  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Tony Fiore 
 
 Article Title :: 5 Steps To Raising Optimistic Children
 
I had just completed a session with 17-year old Julie who suffered from severe depression. Julie believed she was a total failure and would never be able to change anything in her life. Julie also felt all her shortcomings were her own fault. Where, I ask myself, did such a young person acquire this negative and fatalistic thinking? The answer soon became apparent when I invited her parents into the session. They began discussing numerous life events and explaining them in ways that their children were learning. The car, for example, got dented because you canÂ’t trust anybody these days; Mom yelled at brother because she was in a bad mood; you canÂ’t get ahead in th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kirsten Hawkins 
 
 Article Title :: The First Pair Of Baby Shoes
 
NEVER JUDGE A BABY UNTIL YOUÂ’VE WOBBLED A MILE IN HER WEEBOKÂ’S Any parent will tell you that there is nothing quite like watching as your child takes her first steps. When little Tom or Katie start to teeter around upright for the first time there are a few messages that should flash through your mind in order of importance. Somewhere after “please donÂ’t fall, oh please donÂ’t fall” and “hmmmÂ… the ‘out of baby reachÂ’ shelves need to be a bit higher now” should be “time to get the little one some shoes.” And so the hunt for baby shoes begins. WHEN IS IT TIME TO BUY BABY SHOES? Once your baby starts takin  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kirsten Hawkins 
 
 Article Title :: Mommy & Baby: More Parenting Tidbits
 
Diapers: as a rule, most PDF babies will need a diaper change that corresponds with their feeding times. This will total 6-8 diapers per day, or more if you manage to change your baby prior to her pooping. Most new parents learn to “time” the diaper change to correspond with the after-meal expulsion of solid waste, but if you miss it, youÂ’ll have a few more diapers to go through in the course of the day. Diaper rash: some babies have sensitive skin and will get a rash due to food allergies, teething, yeast infections, or sitting too long in a messy diaper. If this occurs, talk to your pediatrician about an over-the-counter remedy or a prescription product for a more   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kirsten Hawkins 
 
 Article Title :: Mommy & Baby: Weight Gain & Failure To Thrive
 
A guide to appropriate weight-gain and what to look for if you suspect failure-to-thrive: Weight Gain: Birth – 2 weeks of age  Regain birth weight plus some 2 weeks – 3 months of age  Two pounds per month or one ounce per day 4 – 6 months of age  One pound per month or one-half ounce per day (should double birth weight by 6 months) One year of age  2.5 to 3 times her birth weight Failure to Thrive: There is a difference between slow weight gain and failure to thrive. With slow weight gain, the gain is consistent. With failure to thrive, you will see a baby  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jared Winston 
 
 Article Title :: Popular Bed Wetting Solutions You Can Use
 
A huge number of children are affected by nocturnal enuresis, or sleep wetting, as it is often called. Although there is no specific treatment for this condition, parents can still find some good bed wetting solutions that work. This sort of problem is most common with children under the age of five – any extreme measures against it are simply not justified. However, sleep wetting is a problem and it may become an annoying issue to deal with, both for parents and for the child. While children under five do not have obvious psychological issues related to this phenomenon, after a certain age they become conscious about it. This is when finding appropriate bed wetting solutions becomes imp  (read full article)
 
 
 
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