Author Archives: Karen Barski

6 Reasons Your Baby or Child Absolutely Needs Sleep

Other than eating, sleep is the most important part of your baby’s development. When it comes to sleep, there’s no such thing as “too much.” If your baby dozes off, let him, even if it’s not his usual time. Look … Continue reading

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6 Tips to Transition Back to Work after Being a Stay at Home Mom

If you decided to stay home with the kids, there will probably be a time when you decide to go back to work. This happens to a lot of moms. Once the kids are school, you look around an empty … Continue reading

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Treating Infant Torticollis

Does my baby have Torticollis? Torticollis is a common condition among infants. Don’t worry, there are many different ways to prevent and correct this issue. Torticollis can basically cause an infant to hold her head tilted and/or turned to one … Continue reading

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Different Sleeping Positions Benefits for Pregnant Moms

Motherhood reinvents a woman. It opens up a whole new chapter of her life where her world is no longer hers alone. This life journey is not without hardships and challenges. American actress and mother Ricki Lake sums up motherhood … Continue reading

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5 Signs That Your Toddler Can Handle a Big Kid Bed

Moving your child into their own bed is a big step for every family. Even the best transitions involve a couple sleepless nights of walking your child back to bed. It’s inevitable. However, it can be tough to judge when … Continue reading

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6 Newborn Care Tips for New Parents

Bringing home a newborn baby can be a very hectic, exciting, and confusing time for parents. There is so much information that you will learn on your own throughout the parenting process, but it never hurts to read up and … Continue reading

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How to Make Vegetables Fun to Eat for Kids

Very few kids love to eat their vegetables. Even the tastiest vegetable isn’t palatable to most children, who prefer sweeter flavors (honestly, who doesn’t?). So in many homes, getting kids to eat their vegetables is a chore. But it doesn’t … Continue reading

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How to Sanitize Your Baby Products: 3 Steps to Keep All That Gear Clean

Where you and I have an experienced immune system that defeats bacteria, disease and infection every day, our little ones’ don’t. Your child is most vulnerable to disease and infection during the first two years of their life. Their bodies … Continue reading

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The Pros and Cons of Using a Pacifier for Your Baby

You’ve met all of your child’s needs, but he/she is still crying. What’s a parent to do? If you find yourself in this position, you’re probably desperate for a way to calm your baby down. Many parents rely on a … Continue reading

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3 Tips to Ease the Daylight Savings Transition

March 13th starts Daylight Savings Time, meaning we’re going to push our clocks ahead an hour. That leaves us each with one hour of less sleep that day. While you and I can tough it out for a day and … Continue reading

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