As a parent, one thing you expect will be a part of your life for the next decade or two, are toys, lots and lots of toys. But what isn’t always as apparent is what toys to buy for your child. Which ones are just all hype, and which ones are crucial to aid in development? Published November 23 2011
Milwaukee's anti-bed-sharing posters are just as controversial as bed-sharing itself. The American Academy of Pediatrics says it's dangerous. Proponents say bed-sharing reduces SIDS. What's the truth? Published November 17 2011
The first holiday season with a new baby is a good time to establish what traditions you are going to pass on or leave behind. Published November 10 2011
Now that your little one is here, you may feel like your life has become full of three things, feedings, dirty diaper, and laundry. Babies create a lot of laundry. Published November 3 2011
Brighid is a freelance writer and first time mother. She holds an MA in Writing from Johns Hopkins University. Find her on Facebook @Brighid Moret
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