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Babies & Toddlers

Best Baby Books 2012

These children’s books, published in 2011, were chosen as “best for babies” in 2012 by a panel of librarians, teachers, early childhood experts, and parents.

Tips for Easy Natural Childbirth

If you're determined to give birth naturally, keep these tips in mind as you prepare for the big day.

Seven Nifty Gifts for Baby

These nifty gifts are fun for the receiver—and the giver!

Diaper Bags that are Sensible and Stylish

These diaper bags aren't just pretty; they're practical, too!

Why Your Baby May Be Resistent to Nursing

A baby who resists or refuses nursing may be reacting to common, treatable conditions.

Top 10 Baby Names for Boys and Girls

Jacob and Sophia take top spot for most popular baby names of 2011.

Two Tips to Make Life with Your Preschooler More Pleasant

Try these simple things if asking your kid to go potty starts World War III

Ready to Transition from Crib to Bed?

Tips to saving money—and your sanity—when you make the move from crib to bed with your toddler.

Diapers to Undies

Two new board books celebrate toddlers graduating from diapers to underpants.

Babies Need a First-Year Eye Exam

InfantSEE provides professional eye care for infants at no cost, regardless of family income or insurance.

Dream on Me Bistro High Chair a "Don't Buy: Safety Risk"

Consumer Reports has deemed the Dream on Me Bistro high chair a “Don’t Buy: Safety Risk” because it lacks key safety features designed to prevent a small child from sliding out of the seat or possibly being caught and strangled during a fall.

5 Steps to Keeping the Romance Alive After Baby is Born

How do couples adjust to the new demands of having a baby and still find time to nurture their own bond—sans baby?

The Five-Minute Rule

When conflict arises over sharing a toy, try the five-minute rule.

Whoops! Get Vaccinated

Pertussis (whooping cough) is one of the most common vaccine-preventable diseases in this country.

Sleep-Deprived Toddlers More Than Just Cranky

A new study shows daytime naps for your toddlers may be more important than you think