If a bottle is part of the mealtime equation, keep these magic numbers in mind.
2.5 ounces The amount of formula per pound of body weight that baby will consume daily. So, if your nugget weighs in at 8 pounds, you’re looking at 20 ounces. 4 hours The typical time between meals for a formula-fed … Continue reading →
There’s no reason to break up with sushi just because you’re growing a baby.
A pregnant woman walks into a sushi bar … and if you’re thinking she can’t eat there, then the joke’s on you. If the craving strikes, it’s safe for moms-to-be to indulge as long as they abide by these rules. … Continue reading →
On your first foray into parenthood you usually get a lot of stuff. And while all of those bodysuits and carriers and diapers—and even those tiny newborn washcloths—are useful, sometimes what a new mama needs most can’t be gift-wrapped. So, … Continue reading →
Twice-as-nice strollers that offer double the fun.
BY YOUR SIDE Cosatto Supa Dupa, $500 “The incredibly cute Supa Dupa delivers in the practicality department. The seats recline almost flat, so they can accommodate newborns, and a ‘multimedia gadget pocket’ in each canopy (plus speakers!) makes it easy … Continue reading →
Wondering what to do with all those Thanksgiving leftovers? You’ll be grateful for these tasty turkey transformations when you’re feeling peckish.
1. Turkey potpie Why should chicken get all the attention? 2. Turkey gumbo A Cajun kick promises to spice up your surplus. 3. Turkey spring rolls Asian flavors give the old bird new life. 4. Turkey pasties An all-in-one wonder that’ll use up potatoes … Continue reading →
0+ months In most cases, infants can be worn from birth—just check with your pediatrician to get the green light. Keep your wee one close with a wrap, which allows for a custom fit every time, so even the tiniest … Continue reading →
Join us for a trip down memory lane since our launch in October 2006.
Our Inaugural issue! Can you believe the wee one in that model’s belly is now in fourth grade? Back then our now editor in chief (a senior editor at the time), Lacey Major, was practically a baby herself. Yes, they’re really … Continue reading →
Once your budding babe is regularly on the move, keep tabs on his kick count to boost bonding and help doc monitor his well-being. 1. Pick a time when your little gymnast is most active (like after a meal), and … Continue reading →
Little ones are highly attuned to repetition. The familiarity is comforting in this big new world, and that includes getting ready to catch some Zs. Following a bedtime routine will help your babe wind down and let her know that … Continue reading →
Figure painting An inspired ensemble made for a muse. Alexandra Koumba cuffs, $160 each; Seraphine dress, $325 In residence A colorful combination for expressive endeavors. Elizabeth Gillett scarf (as headwrap), $75; Lili Claspe choker, $220; Rosena Sammi earrings, $290; cuff, $99; Alexandra … Continue reading →