Newborn Childcare Related Articles & Blog Posts
What a First-Time Mom Should Know About Hiring a Babysitter
In a perfect world, hiring a babysitter would be a piece of cake. However, in reality, finding the right babysitter rarely proves to be easy. Finding someone you trust to care for your child in your absence requires a bit of legwork, so before you hire someone take these six factors into account: 1. Experience […]Read full story
Babysitter, Nanny or Daycare – What’s Best For You?
The time has come and you’ll be returning to work. Of course one of the most important considerations that accompany this decision is childcare. Yes, it can be a stress even thinking about how it’s going to work and who you’ll trust to take care of your precious child. Will it be a nanny? […]Read full story
New Parent Tips on How to Reduce Stress After Having a Baby
Becoming a new parent as you bring a baby into the world is incredibly overwhelming and hard work. It will challenge you in ways you’ve never been challenged before. Taking care of a new baby can be so all-encompassing that you have very little time to take care of yourself.Read full story
How to Find a Great Babysitter or Nanny
Who said going out with your sweetie on a date night would never happen after having a baby? Well, I believe going out on a date night is a must to keep your relationship strong and friends are bound to invite you out to a special event. So, it’s definitely in your best interest to […]Read full story
What’s Going On?
Separation anxiety and stranger anxiety both coincide with a new intellectual skill called object permanence. Your baby now remembers objects and specific people who are not present. He will search for toys that have dropped out of sight. He is able to call up a mental image of what (or who) he is missing. He […]Read full story
The Dangers of Car Seats?!?
Have you ever noticed newborns in car seats with their heads all the way over to one side? Have you ever wondered what it was doing to their necks? An important study in the September 2001 issue of Pediatrics measured how well newborns breathe in car seats. The researchers compared 50 healthy, slightly preterm babies […]Read full story