Small Space Living

Shopping during pregnancy can be so fun, but do you hear yourself thinking “so much stuff, so little space!” every time you walk down the gear aisle? Don’t worry; you’re not alone. One of the challenges we often see while we are providing Washington, D.C. newborn care...

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Disposable Vs. Cloth Diapers

Anyone who has ever cared for a newborn or infant knows that one thing you can count on is the need for a fresh diaper. As such, diapers are a topic worthy of serious consideration as you will be using them from the moment your child is born until they are potty...

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Common Preemie Issues

When preparing for twins, it is easy to find advice on what types of gear to buy or how to feed multiples efficiently. However, there are plenty of things that new parents of multiples are not being prepared for such as the fact that their babies are likely to be born...

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Reading to Your Baby

While most would agree that reading is a fundamental skill that every child needs to reach their full potential, in today’s world, many adults don’t carve out dedicated time to read each day. With the time demands that come along with being a parent, it can be even...

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Baby Proofing Basics

As newborns turn into infants and become mobile, everything changes when it comes to caring for them. With mobility comes additional dangers for your baby and the need for persistent supervision of their activities. With the achievement of each developmental milestone...

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How to Barbecue with Baby

The joys of parenthood are undeniable, but it is also uncontested that the arrival a little one has a tendency to disrupt or upend your ability to host or attend social functions. In part, this lack of socialization can contribute to feelings of isolation that many...

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The Truth About Baby Talk

There is no denying that communication is an integral part of the human experience. But what about talking to your newborn or infant? Dr. Betty Vohr, professor of pediatrics at Alpert Medical School at Brown University has been quoted as saying, “It seems to me that...

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Infant Music Classes

For many parents, it is never too early to start getting your child involved in extracurricular activities. One of the more popular options for parents and their kids is taking a music class together. Having small children involved with music has been shown to have a...

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