Learning to pour liquids is much easier if you give your child small pitchers with handles that are the right size for her small hands. They should also be lightweight and not too heavy for your child to control when they are full.
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Barack Obama isn’t the only famous left-hander. Four of the last five U.S. presidents have been left-handed. (The righty was George W. Bush.) In fact, a large percentage of the world’s creative geniuses, ranging from Leonardo da Vinci to Jimi Hendrix, are left-handers. While being a leftie has some advantages, it also comes with it’s own set of drawbacks. Here’s what you need to know to help your leftie get ahead.
In the past decade baby food has under gone a health makeover. It’s not that parents haven’t always been concerned with what was going into their baby’s mouths, it’s just that the research wasn’t always steering them in the right direction.
When it comes to buying baby products, there’s a lot to choose from–and there’s a lot of stuff you can live without. Here’s how to get high-quality, safe baby gear without spending a bundle.
When it comes to early feeding methods, the focus has long been on the breastfeeding versus formula debate. Supermodels like Gisele Bundchen and Miranda Kerr have gone so far as to make the belfie (breastfeeding selfie) popular, while other celebrities including J.Lo and Brooke Shields have been proud to speak out about formula and doing what works for you.