#babies

Family & Parenting | Parenting

The Science of "Mom Brain" | Psychology Today

Has parenting made you more forgetful? Emotional? Ever blame it on "mom brain"? Here's the science behind how our brains might change after becoming a parent.

Family & Parenting | Parenting

The Best Baby Wipes: The Brands With The Safest Ingredients | The Gentle Nursery ™

Overwhelmed by the number of baby wipes on the market? The best baby wipes are the ones that work well and also reduce your baby’s exposure to harsh chemicals and fragrances. There are actually very few brands that meet these criteria. Here’s

Family & Parenting | Parenting

AAP: Most Moms Don’t Put Babies To Sleep On Their Backs

Find out how many moms are putting babies to sleep on their backs, and why so many moms are ignoring AAP guidelines to do so.

Family & Parenting | Parenting

Study: Babies Introduced To Solid Foods Earlier Sleep Longer, Wake Less Frequently At Night - Study Finds

If getting your infant to wake up less frequently overnight and log more hours of shuteye overall, then this research is for you. A new study finds that babies transitioned to solid food earlier sleep longer and woke less frequently overnight compared to

Family & Parenting | Parenting

Study: Babies' Brainwaves Sync with Their Moms' Brains During Play

Check out a new study which says babies’ brainwaves’ sync with their moms’ brains when they are learning from them.

Family & Parenting | Parenting

Parents don't get enough sleep for 6 years after a child is born, researchers say

New parents are sometimes shocked to discover how little sleep they get in the first six months after a baby is born.

Family & Parenting | Parenting

11 Benefits of Breastfeeding for Both Mom and Baby

Breastfeeding has many benefits for both babies and their mothers. It can protect against illness and disease while promoting a healthy weight.

Advice & Self-Help | Tips & Tricks

Oh, baby! Walmart to offer big discounts on Feb. 23 for 'Baby Savings Day'

Cribs, car seats, clothes, sippy cups, diaper bags, pacifiers. There is a lot that goes into having a baby, and Walmart&

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Air Pollution May Increase Risk Of Autism In Children By 78 Percent - Study Finds

As scientists begin to delve more deeply into the effects of air pollution on very young children, they've unearthed an alarming statistic: exposure to fine pollution particles may increase the risk of children developing autism spectrum disorder (ASD) by

Psychology | Parenting and Kids

Is It Sleep Deprivation or Postpartum Depression? - National Sleep Foundation

Are you sleep-deprived—or is it more serious? Here’s what separates sleep deprivation and postpartum depression.

Psychology | Parenting and Kids

Baby Talk May Sound Silly, But It's Crucial For Building Language Skills - Study Finds

When Mommy and Daddy use baby talk, it is more than child's play. That repetitive, cute speech pattern that seems to come so naturally to most parents, grandparents and caregivers also speeds up vocabulary development and language skills, a recent study f

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Are Birth Rates Set For A Rebound?

The current stubbornly low birth rates could be on the verge of a rise, away from the economically and culturally divided low-birth-rate society described in Charles Murray's "Coming Apart," and toward something suggested by Donald Trump's "

Science & Technology | Technology

Get To Know The Crucial Fourth Trimester – Mommy Underground

News | Interesting Links

Weekly Blood Donor for 60 Years Saved the Lives of 2.4 Million Babies | Breitbart

An 81-year-old man who donated blood almost every week for 60 years saved the lives of more than 2.4 million babies, the Australian Red Cross Blood Service announced Friday.

Miscellaneous | Products

Childs Farm baby moisturiser, cocoa & shea butter 250ml

Description Ingredients Directions Childs Farm award-winning, mildly fragranced, baby moisturiser contains some of nature’s finest ingredients. It’s been specially formulated to help protect and hydrate baby’s delicate skin. With gorgeous shea and

Psychology | Psychology & Psychological Research

Positive Parenting and the Brain

You're never going to look back on your life and say, "I wish hadn't been so kind to my children!"

Family & Parenting | Kids

The secret world of babies

This lab is revealing the hidden workings of babies’ brains… and could prove key in getting earlier support to children who have neurological differences like autism.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli researchers find cybersecurity flaws in baby monitors, web cameras

Ben-Gurion University team was able to blast music through a baby monitor, turn off a thermostat and turn on a camera remotely

News | News

The embryo that is just a year younger than the mother who birthed her - CNN

The longest-cryopreserved human embryo to result in a successful birth was conceived and frozen in 1992 and born last month.

Family & Parenting | Family & Parenting

What the First Year of Life Looks Like Through the Eyes of a Baby | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Put Your Baby in a Box? Experts Advise Caution

The free cardboard boxes, which double as a baby’s first bed, aren’t regulated and have not been proven to reduce infant mortality.

Psychology | Parenting and Kids

Don’t Hate Your Husband: Advice for New Mothers

The first years of parenthood are tough on couples. A few survival tips.

Psychology | Parenting and Kids

When Do Children Start Making Long-Term Memories?

Dima Amso, an associate professor in the department of cognitive, linguistic and psychological sciences at Brown University, answers

Psychology | Parenting and Kids

Fish oil pills for pregnant moms may cut asthma risk in kids

Children whose moms took high doses of fish oil during their last three months of pregnancy were less likely to develop chronic wheezing problems or asthma by age 5, finds a study that suggests a possible way to help prevent this growing problem.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Babies Watching People Eat

Even 1-year-olds know that our food choices depend on our social or cultural group.

Family & Parenting | Family and Parenting

How Babies Quickly Learn to Judge Adults

Even if toddlers can’t tell us, they are making hard and fast judgments about adults, Susan Pinker says about new research.

Family & Parenting | Family and Parenting

When three threatens two: Sex and the transition to parenthood

The transition from two to three is one of the most profound challenges a couple will ever face. It takes...

News | Good News

Cruise ship nurses use a makeshift incubator to save one-and-a-half pound baby born three MONTHS premature

Utah mom Emily Morgan said doctors didn't expect her son Haiden to live, but thanks to a makeshift incubator onboard the Royal Caribbean and an early arrival in Puerto Rico, he did.

Family & Parenting | Kids

Darth Vader's breathing soothes crying baby to sleep

Parents will try anything to get their kid to stop crying and go to bed — even the Dark Side.

Pets & Animals | Animals

Thieving rabbit steals cracker right out of a baby's hand

A cute baby learns that rabbits like crackers -- the hard way.

Family & Parenting | Kids

9 Remarkable Ultrasound Images | Mental Floss

It has become commonplace for pregnant women to undergo ultrasonography, or medical sonography, to check the physical health and progress of their unborn baby...

Family & Parenting | Kids

Sculptor makes terrifyingly cute 'Jaws' crib

Sculptor Joseph Reginella created a baby crib for his friend's newborn inspired by the 'Jaws'.

Pets & Animals | Animals & Pets

Buddy's Baby Crawling School

For licensing/usage please contact: licensing(at)jukinmediadotcom Bear Bear hasn't gotten the hang of crawling so Buddy decided to show her how it's done.

Family & Parenting | Kids

Drawing brows on babies is now a thing - Lost At E Minor: For creative people

It must be said that we are always finding new ways of amusing ourselves. The latest thing to have taken the Internet by storm, apparently, is that of draw