Adjusting to Parenthood: Suggestions that actually work

There are a little less than 4 million babies born per year, and many of them are born to first-time parents. The journey to becoming a parent can be an exhilarating one. Creating life is such a great experience but the transition to parenthood can sometimes be challenging. So today I’m going to share with... Continue Reading →

Child-Led Play: Explained

When I first started my undergrad program many years ago, one of the first things we learned about was child-led play. I honestly wasn’t quite sure what it was but like many of you have probably already done, I assumed that it meant allowing children to take the lead in their play. And basically, you’re... Continue Reading →

Cloth Diapering: the good, the bad, and the ugly

I’ve seen many mothers use cloth diapers and I’m intrigued. There is no doubt that I will be using cloth diapers, in the future, as opposed to disposable. There are many benefits associated with using cloth diapers, but you don’t hear a lot about the downsides. Which leads me to ask the question “Are there any downsides?” Simply put, it depends on how you look... Continue Reading →

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