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  1. What is the 10 Month Sleep Regression?

    What is the 10 Month Sleep Regression? Just when you think you’ve conquered bed time routines and baby begins sleeping through the night, sleep regression may hit your house. This typically occurs around 10 months (but can begin months earlier) and is largely due to the major development baby is going through at this time. They are learning to do so many things, like crawl, babble, pull... Read more...
  2. Teaching by Talking to your Baby

    Teaching by Talking to your Baby Babies are like little sponges, absorbing everything they see and hear around them. The AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) “advises parents of young children that reading aloud and talking about pictures and words in age-appropriate books can strengthen language skills, literacy development, and parent-child relationships.” Read Books – Get into the habit now of reading regularly to your baby. But... Read more...
  3. 5 Ideas for Dealing With Separation Anxiety

    5 Ideas for Dealing With Separation Anxiety Goodbyes are tough! It can be distressing to watch your baby wailing and reaching for you as you say goodbye and head out the door, which is why separation anxiety is such a challenging stage for even the toughest parents. While separation anxiety typically flares up around 8 months, it can come sooner or later depending on the baby's personality. What is universal is that it can appear with no warning and can absolutely break a mom's heart. Knowing that, here are five little things you do can do to help Read more...
  4. How much TV can my baby safely watch?

    How much TV can my baby safely watch?

    The AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) has said: “Television and other entertainment media should be avoided for infants and children under age 2.

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  5. Connecting with Baby Through Music

    Connecting with Baby Through Music Here at Lansinoh, we believe in the power of music for babies, beginning as early as in utero. But music time becomes extra fun - and extra cute - when baby responds to songs. Read more...
  6. Getting Pregnant While You're Still Breastfeeding

    Getting Pregnant While You're Still Breastfeeding If you are currently breastfeeding and already dreaming about getting pregnant again, you are not alone! Many women think about adding to their family before they've finished breastfeeding. Read more...
  7. Breastfeeding an Easily-Distracted Baby

    Breastfeeding an Easily-Distracted Baby Some babies are easily distracted while nursing, especially as they get older and start moving. You may have been able to watch the TV while breastfeeding before, but now the voices and music cause baby to pull off and turn away. And nursing in public becomes a game of hide-and-seek! Read more...
  8. Breastfeeding Tips for Long Car Trips

    Breastfeeding Tips for Long Car Trips Breastfeeding and going on a family road trip? No problem! With some minimal planning, your baby is on her way to being a road warrior. Read more...
  9. Babyproofing the House

    Babyproofing the House Like most parenting decisions, deciding what - and how much - to baby proof is a family decision and there isn't a right or wrong answer. While some parents invest in hiring professional baby proofers, others do little to nothing and choose to depend on oversight. Read more...
  10. Breastfeeding Older Infants: Common Challenges and the Simple Solutions

    Breastfeeding Older Infants: Common Challenges and the Simple Solutions Just when you feel like you've got breastfeeding all figured out, your baby enters a new phase. Breastfeeding a growing and curious baby is a different experience than breastfeeding a newborn. Here are a few suggestions on dealing with some of the common challenges that come with breastfeeding older infants. Read more...

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