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Is Your Child Afraid of the Water?

August 27th, 2011 | By: Alyson Schafer
Why some children are afraid of water and how parents can help
Is Your Child Afraid of the Water?

You’ve planned a fun day at the pool; unfortunately, your child won’t go near the water. Here’s why children become fearful and how to help them enjoy splashing around.

Does your Baby have Colic?

August 27th, 2011 | By: Elizabeth Pantley
Your guide to coping with a colicky baby
Does your Baby have Colic?

Few things are more stressful than an inconsolable baby. If your baby cries for hours on end and you’re ready to tear out your hair, it could be colic. Here’s what you can do.

Plan the Perfect Nursery

August 27th, 2011 | By: Robin Thering
From shopping to safety, here's how to design your baby's first bedroom
Plan the Perfect Nursery

Is there anything cuter than baby décor? We think not. But before you head out on a baby bedroom shopping spree, check out our time-saving tips for planning the perfect nursery.

Introducing New Foods

August 27th, 2011 | By: Sydney Loney
Getting your kids to eat more than pasta and cheese
Introducing New Foods

Toddlers often turn up their noses at unfamiliar foods, but it’s important not to give up, says Lianne Phillipson-Webb, founder of Sprout Right Nutrition in Toronto. Here’s how to get your children eating new foods that are both fun and nutritious.

Learn to Read your Baby's Sleep Signals

August 27th, 2011 | By: Elizabeth Pantley
How to tell when your child is tired and tips for getting her to sleep on time
Learn to Read your Baby's Sleep Signals

A baby who stays awake when her body craves sleep is often an unhappy, fussy baby. Over time, the pattern develops into sleep deprivation, which further complicates and interferes with her developing sleep maturity.