One of the most prevalent neurological disorders in the world is also among the most puzzling: there’s no known cause, no known test, and no known cure for autism. In fact, the condition can’t even be pinned down as a … Continue reading →
Good news, mamas! We’ve collaborated with AbesMarket.com, purveyor of natural products for baby, home and more, to create a specially curated box of earth-conscious goods just for you and your babes. The package features sample-sized products so you can make … Continue reading →
Last month was Read Aloud Month but it’s never too late to pick up a good habit. By reading to your child for 15 minutes every day, you encourage more than love of the written word, you can boost your … Continue reading →
This spring, clean up your cardiovascular system as well as your house!
Every year on April 7, the World Health Organization (WHO) celebrates it anniversary with World Health Day. The day highlights a priority area of public concern in the world by outlining the causes of the problem and promoting healthy solutions. … Continue reading →
Some of the world’s most famous models have traded in their stilettos for strollers and the catwalk for the playground. From Heidi Klum who has four children, to Cindy Crawford who is proud mom to two, to Brazilian beauty Gisele Bündchen who has two of her … Continue reading →
“I can hardly count the ways that being a mother has broadened my writing, deepened my connection to all other women, and galvanized my commitment to the Earth and its fate. As difficult as it is, sometimes, to find a … Continue reading →
Groundbreaking evidence shows that babies can communicate from the womb via Morse code.
Every expectant mama wants to connect with her baby as early as possible. Many choose to talk, sing or read to their developing bumps, hoping that their baby will be able to hear them. But for Georgia native Ellie Sue … Continue reading →
If there’s one thing we love at P&N, it’s a reason to eat! Luckily, the folks at the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (formerly the American Dietetics Association) agree, and have officially named March National Nutrition Month. Now, we know … Continue reading →
1. Diaper responsibly. Even if you can’t commit to cloth full time, covering baby’s bottom with reusable diapers at home or on weekends can make an impact (and cut costs). 2. Dish it out. Turn off the heated dry setting … Continue reading →
Pat it, prick it, mark it with a “B”—and put it in the oven for baby’s first party!
If you’ve limited your baby’s sugar consumption during her first year, you may want to consider baking her cake at home (instead of picking it up at the local bakery) so you can better control the ingredients used. For a not-too-sweet—yet still … Continue reading →