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When you are new to parenting, it can be tough to know what to do with each new “first time” challenge. It can also be a little embarrassing to find yourself asking things like...
Breastfeeding. There are few words in the entire realm of parenthood that are likely to garner the same kind of reaction as this simple little word. Some people are all in, do or die, unapologetic, no-cover nursing mamas. Others love nursing, but like to cover for a little more modestly.
While babies all have different behaviors, one trait they all share is crying. New parents and pregnant couples should be sure they are well-aware of the many reasons babies cry so they know how to prepare themselves accordingly to soothe their babies as quickly as possible with a minimum of muss and fuss.
In the world of parenting, there is a magical object that can shush even the angriest baby, allow sore nipples the chance to heal, and give parents an extra few minutes of calm before their baby wakes for the day. This object, full of wonder and glory, is the pacifier.
While you were probably warned about the lack of sleep that comes with parenthood, there is no way to understand just how it feels until you are waking up multiple times a night with a crying baby.
If you are new to the whole parenting gig, one of the first things you may ask yourself is, “How on earth do I keep this little screaming ball of cuteness alive?” The answer, of course, is never as easy as you would like it to be, nor as difficult as it would seem.
When it comes to diapering, there are a couple of solutions you can use, and mastering the one you decide to stick with is not going to be difficult if you take the time to practice.
Most doctors and psychological professionals agree that there is a window during which potty training is most appropriate, but since every child develops a little differently, it can be hard to tell what the best timing will be for each of your kids.
Having a little one moving about can bring many new dangers and concerns, but with careful baby-proofing you can be sure that your child will be protected from harm. Follow these steps to ensure that everywhere in your home is ready so that your little mover can explore safe and sound and you’ll be free from worry.
Choosing to breastfeed your child is one of the best decisions you can make during the early years of infancy. While there are no real lessons to show you how to breastfeed, you can check out these helpful tips.
Whether your baby wails all day, all night or every time in between, there are things you can do to reduce and even stop the crying. Here is your guide to surviving your baby’s crying.
We’ve assembled the top tips for any type of kid’s birthday party, whether you’re looking for time-saving shortcuts, ideas for handling big crowds or secrets for throwing an epic blast without breaking the bank.
Healthy eating does not have to be difficult or intimidating for your kids. If you want your kids to eat healthier, you need to set a good example, create better food habits and look for smart ways to get them involved in meal planning and preparation.
Here are six surefire ways to deal with whining kids. With some patience and understanding, you can learn how to get kids to stop crying.
Like any other part of culture, parenting styles flow and change in accordance with trends. Some parenting choices in the past are now seen as outdated while others are making a comeback.
At the KAMO office, we often joke about the nitty gritty of parenthood, here are a few of our daily parenting conversations but in COMIC FORM!
Travelling with babies is very much like having one of your best dreams and nightmares at the same time.
It’s no secret that kids love animals. It seems puzzling yet magical how a child can be so fascinated with any animal they come across. Children are so intrigued by other living creatures that almost all of them will ask you at some point if they can take one home.
We can snap away whenever and store our favorite moments with our kids with ease, but it always seem difficult finding that right angle.
Getting your kids to eat that broccoli might not be as hard as you think. Here are some ideas to help you and your kids eat healthy and fun!
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