Transitioning to the new normal of parenthood can sometimes be quite the adjustment. Not a bad adjustment, but just different. If you feel like your baby spends a lot of time crying, things can seem even more complicated. The good news is that most healthy full-term babies spend several hours a day crying.
You may feel like you've tried everything you could think of, but the crying still seems to be never-ending. You've already ruled out all medical causes with your child's healthcare provide...
Understanding vaccines during your childbearing years can be a little confusing. What vaccines should you be getting, and when? What vaccines are recommended during your pregnancy? Will the vaccines you get cause harm to your unborn baby? Or what vaccines are safe if you’re lactating? Many of these questions may have crossed your mind.
Here are some vaccine facts:
The vaccines that you receive during your pregnancy are generally safe for you and your new baby.
If you get vaccinated during you...
As a parent, you will be responsible for making many decisions for your new baby, like how to decorate the nursery or infant feeding choices. Finally, you'll choose your baby's pediatrician.
Selecting a pediatrician is something that many parents give a lot of thought to. The best time to begin searching for your baby's pediatrician is during your third trimester of pregnancy. Deciding on a pediatrician before your baby is born can make the process less stressful.
No matter what your top prio...