Early vision issues can cause developmental delays, so it’s important to keep an eye on your little one’s optical health.
“Although only 1 in 9 infants have vision problems, parents who take their child for an eye exam will have a new peace of mind that their infant’s vision is developing properly,” says Andrea Thau, OD, president of the American … Continue reading →
Pick up the pace with jogging strollers that can tackle any terrain.
TWICE AS NICE Thule Urban Glide 2, $650 “After giving the Urban Glide 2 a few laps around the block, it screams mobility and is perfect for an active, urban lifestyle. Plus, I’m tall, so I really appreciate the adjustable … Continue reading →
Clean your bean with a tub that won’t burst your bubble.
MINI MARVEL Boon Soak, $50 “If you want a sturdy, uncomplicated (but well-designed) bath, then the Soak is the one for you! The small holes in the seat allow water to flow around baby, and the drain plug changes colors … Continue reading →
Seven parent-approved strollers to suit your needs and style.
BEST FOR EARTH LOVERS Greentom Upp Reversible, $359 “The Upp Reversible is about as green as baby gear can get, thanks to a frame and fabric made from 100 percent recycled materials. It also has a simultaneously vintage and futuristic … Continue reading →
It’s wise to be ready for anything should a natural or man-made disaster strike, and it’s especially important when a baby is involved. Check these items off your list as you create your family’s emergency supply kit, and learn more about … Continue reading →
Let the games begin with entertainers for babes of all ages.
SWAY AWAY Ingenuity InLighten Cradling Swing, $140 “We use the InLighten Cradling Swing every day, multiple times a day. There are two recline options, which are nice depending on whether our little one is sleepy or alert, and three swing … Continue reading →
You don’t need to give up caffeine altogether, but cutting back is in baby’s best interest.
There’s still a lot experts don’t know about the effects of caffeine during pregnancy, which is why the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists calls for more research before it can draw any conclusions about a link between caffeine and … Continue reading →
Your partner might not be able to nurse your baby, but that doesn’t mean he can’t pitch in.
It can be hard for a co-parent to know how to help when mom’s exclusively breastfeeding, but there are plenty of ways to get involved. Amy O’Malley, RN, MSN, director of education and clinical services at Medela, Inc., and David … Continue reading →
Worries about poor latches and nipple pain top the list of expectant moms’ breastfeeding concerns, according to a Lansinoh survey of over 13,000 women. The good news is that pain is not an inevitable part of breastfeeding.“Pain is not normal,” … Continue reading →
More vitamin D now could be beneficial for baby later.
Upping your intake of foods high in vitamin D during pregnancy could reduce your budding babe’s risk of developing seasonal allergies (aka hay fever) later in life, according to a recent study from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. … Continue reading →