Seven families navigated infant potty training through a technique called Elimination Communication for a year and share how it went.
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BY SHAWNA GAMACHE (Estimated reading time: 6 minutes) Like a lot of white people raised in the 80s and 90s, I grew up learning racism was bad. Racists were evil and would make themselves known through the blatantly terrible things they said and did. My job as a good white person would be to speak up when this happened. Besides…
Six families share about how their virtual PEPS group was a lifeline for connection and support.
Expectant parents are filled with anxiety and questions as an outcome of the coronavirus pandemic. Two doctors from the University of Washington School of Medicine share what they know and how expectant parents can keep themselves and their baby safe.
When it comes to playing in and around the water, there are two things families can do to keep children and adults safe and save lives.
Find answers to some of the common concerns that parents with newborns are bringing up to their doctor about pregnancy, infants, and COVID-19.
Children respond to a lack of sleep in wholly different ways than adults. Find out how sleep can impact a child’s memory, learning, and behavior – and what we can do about it.
Research has shown that the more words a baby hears, the better his or her vocabulary, communication, and social skills will be. Dr. Betsy Browder shares some helpful hints on how to make reading part of a daily routine – and fun!
By Sara Peterson (Estimated reading time: 6 minutes) My daughter’s first solid food—avocado—seems so long ago, probably because parenting years and dog years are essentially the same, time-wise. Back then, she was so interested in that slippery, squishy green wedge. She would bring a piece right up to her mouth with total trust and no hesitation. Nowadays, she looks at…