Consumer Reports advises moving your child from in infant carseat to a convertible as soon as possible.
Hilarious, but also worth thinking about. This is how we talk to our kids?
How much data is too much? Would you feel comforted by having so much information on your baby's heart rate, sleep position, breathing rate, etc., or would you prefer to monitor the old fashioned way?
And the Internet keeps on getting creepier.
Check any bean bags your children are using!
Important lessons here for parents! It's natural to put your kids' needs first, but if you cater to their every whim (even with the best of intentions), we'll raise a generation of self-centered adults who are incapable of dealing with discomfort or delay.
Vaccinate your kids: this article links to the resources explaining the science behind vaccination.
Great post on forming lots of little connections with your children.
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It started out with the fairly reasonable