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Are You Spoiling Your Baby?

August 27th, 2012 | By: Sydney Loney
How to tell if you're setting yourself up for trouble down the road
Are You Spoiling Your Baby?

When you pick your baby up every time she cries, or buy your toddler a toy on every shopping trip, are you spoiling them rotten? We asked the experts to weigh in:

10 Easy Ways to Go Green

April 25th, 2012 | By: Maureen Dennis
Your guide to becoming a more eco-friendly family
10 Easy Ways to Go Green

Earth Day is right around the corner – what better time to get a little greener? With help from Earth Day Canada, parenting expert and mother-of-four Maureen Dennis shares her Top 10 Earth Day Canada Approved Sustainable Tips for Families to help you make fast, easy, eco-friendly changes in your home:

The Best Mom and Baby Classes

August 27th, 2011 | By: Nancy Ripton
How to meet cool new moms (like you) and spend quality time with your baby all at once
The Best Mom and Baby Classes

Anxious to get out of the house? Turns out, socialization (for both mom and baby) is just one of the benefits of doing classes with your infant. Here’s how to find the best class for you and your baby:

Sex After Baby

August 27th, 2011 | By: Dr. Cheryl Fraser
How to have pleasurable, pain-free sex after delivery
Sex After Baby

Let’s face it, when new moms get any time between the sheets, there’s only one thing they want to do – and that’s sleep. If you’re worried about your lagging libido (or are afraid sex after baby might involve more pain than pleasure), here’s how to get the lovemaking back, now that the baby-making is done.

Dealing with Anger

August 26th, 2010 | By: Elizabeth Pantley
No matter how much we love our children, they will make us angry at times. Here’s how to deal with your rising emotions.
Dealing with Anger

Our children bring us incredible joy. Yet, there are times they can bring out the anger in us. Regardless of how skilled you are at parenting, and no matter how wonderful your children are you cannot avoid all the unpleasant situations that can occur in all family life. But once you determine which situations trigger your anger, you can learn to modify the situation and learn ways to control your reactions so that anger can occupy a smaller place in your home.