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Surviving Air Travel with Kids

December 21st, 2010 | By: Elizabeth Pantley
If you're planning a trip for the holidays, here's how to stay sane on the plane
Surviving Air Travel with Kids

If you're afraid of turning into "one of those families" we've all seen aboard planes with squalling, unruly children, don't worry–with a little forethought and preparation you can get to your destination with minimal stress and a happy family. Here's how:

Great Gifts for Moms

May 18th, 2010 | By: Sydney Loney
Treat the moms in your life to a gift designed just for them this Mother's Day.
Great Gifts for Moms

Desperately searching for the perfect gift for Mother's Day? Look no further, we've got six gifts guaranteed to make her day perfect.

Would you ever drug test your child?

April 30th, 2010 | By: Nancy Ripton
Many parents are testing their kids for drug use. Is it a great way to keep them safe, or a serious breach of trust?
Would you ever drug test your child?

And you thought your toddler was trouble–just wait ’til he’s a teen. The latest parenting trend is taking a page from the Olympics as worried parents submit their teens to random drug testing. Is this an unforgivable betrayal of trust, or a justifiable way to protect your child from harm?

Dealing with Unwanted Parenting Advice

April 27th, 2010 | By: Elizabeth Pantley
How to stop the steady stream of baby advice without creating a war with your family and friends.
Dealing with Unwanted Parenting Advice

While an occasional, well-meaning comment may be okay, too much unsolicited parenting advice can be annoying and put a strain on relationships. Here are 10 ways to respond to unwanted baby advice: 

Gift Ideas for Moms, Babies and Moms-to-be

December 22nd, 2009 | By: Sydney Loney
Our annual gift guide will help you find cool stuff for all the moms and kids on your shopping list.
Gift Ideas for Moms, Babies and Moms-to-be

At Just the Facts, Baby we've compiled some of our favorite products from companies created by parents because, let's face it, they're the pros when it comes to what moms and babies want most. Here are some great gift ideas, whether you're shopping for new moms, moms-to-be, or the toddler who has everything.