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Our parenting team writes about several topics like pregnancy, breastfeeding, parenting tips, and more. They also feature comprehensive product and service reviews. Not sure where to start? Check out our posts on postpartum warning signslatching tips, and teenage driving. If you like our posts, subscribe to our newsletter!

Breast Engorgement - How To Prevent (& Survive) This Painful Condition
Breastfeeding, although a miraculous journey for you and baby, can be a real challenge. Whether you are a new mom or a mom of many, delivering a baby is emotionally and physically exhausting! Now that your baby is here, your worries may have shifted to if they’re going to easily latch or if your breasts will become engorged. As...
a2 Milk Review
You may have noticed a new brand of milk while doing your grocery shopping called a2 Milk. If you are wondering how this product is different than other milk products on the shelf, look no further! In this review, I will discuss what makes a2 Milk unique, who may benefit from this product, and other important things to consider. How is a2...

A Parent’s Guide To Safe Teenage Driving

A Parent's Guide To Safe Teenage Driving
As a parent, you may have mixed feelings about the thought of your child driving. Having your child drive themselves to sports practices and run errands can definitely free up your time. On the other hand, the roadways are a dangerous place for teens. In fact, car crashes are the #1 killer of teens. This is especially true during...
Baby's First Dentist Appointment - What You Need To Know
Feeding? Check. Diaper changed? Check. Sleepless nights? Check. Perhaps you were wondering about your baby's dental care as you were brushing and flossing your own teeth before hitting the sack. In this article, I will provide you with answers to frequently asked questions about pediatric dental care.  When should you take your baby to the dentist? Your child should visit...
7 Signs Your Adolescent Daughter Needs Residential Treatment
Although your child may not want to admit it, she may be struggling with a problem much bigger than she can handle on her own. Worrying your daughter has a problem with drug or alcohol addiction is nerve wrecking, but it’s important to remember that you aren’t alone. According to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, nearly...
Kids & Contact Lenses - 4 Expert Recommendations
Contact lenses are a great way to for people of all ages to have clear, comfortable vision. Therefore, it’s no surprise that parents with children who want contact lenses have a lot of questions! Here are a few of the most common questions I'm asked about kids and contact lenses. In the video below, Dr. Rachael Wruble discusses what parent's need...
Regular milk at the grocery store.
Does your baby get sick after feeding? Are they having a hard time tolerating your breast milk or formula? If so, they may have a cow’s milk allergy. In the video below, Amanda Haney goes over what you need to know about babies that develop cow's milk allergy. https://youtu.be/uzzzmqGz5jU If you don’t like the video or want more information, continue reading. What is...
5 Questions You Must Ask Your OBGYN During Pregnancy
You’ve received the big news – you’re going to have a baby! In addition to preparing for the baby to come home, chances are you’ve got a lot of nagging medical or personal questions that you want to ask your doctor. Be sure to take a notebook or a list of questions when you go to your first (or...
Multivitamins for Children - Exactly What You Need To Know
Multivitamins are supplements that can be purchased over the counter. To our benefit, they mimic specific vitamins and minerals found naturally in whole foods. In my experience, many parents want to know if a daily multivitamin is necessary for their children. My answer to them depends on a few factors.  In the video below, Amanda Haney unveils what you need...
6 Postpartum Warning Signs For Moms To Look Out For
Giving birth is one of the most physically transforming events most women will go through in their lifetime. Some compare it to running a marathon. While it’s exciting to meet and care for your new baby, it’s important to pay attention to what’s going on with your own health. While most mothers leave the hospital without any problems, here...