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Help For Working Moms

December 9th, 2014 | By: Sydney Loney
How to find balance as a working mom both at home and on the job
Help For Working Moms

Some women start worrying about whether to return to work long before their babies are born – and many change their minds several times along the way. "Sometimes you just don't know how you're going to feel until after your baby is born," says Dr. Marjorie Greenfield, author of The Working Woman's Pregnancy Book.

Does Your Toddler Listen to You?

December 9th, 2014 | By: Annye Rothenberg
If you're tired of hearing the word "NO," you're not alone. Here's how to handle stubborn toddlers
Does Your Toddler Listen to You?

Preschoolers are amazing little people, but they can also be oppositional, impulsive, self-centered, inflexible and illogical – especially when upset. If you feel as though you and your toddler are speaking different languages, here's how to communicate on their level:

Surviving Air Travel with Children

December 9th, 2014 | By: Elizabeth Pantley
Vacation time shouldn’t be stressful. Follow our tips so you can sit back and enjoy your flight–kids included.
Surviving Air Travel with Children

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:

Coping with Invasive In-laws

December 9th, 2014 | By: Armin Brott
How to keep the peace and establish a strong bond between your child and his grandparents.
Coping with Invasive In-laws

Much as you may not want to hear this, in the minds of your in-laws, their opinion does matter more than yours. They've done this all before and, when it comes to their grandchild, they consider themselves to be the best authority on everything from feeding and sleeping to discipline and toilet training. That's a tough mindset to change, but you can do it and keep the peace at the same time. Here's how to cope with interfering inlaws:

New Mom Survival Guide

December 9th, 2014 | By: Alison Dunn
Giving birth is tough on your body and your baby. Here are some surprising things you can do to help you both feel better.
New Mom Survival Guide

Giving birth is one of the most physically challenging experiences a woman can go through. And, with the excitement of preparing for the baby’s arrival, new moms sometimes forget that they’re going to need a little TLC too.