October 23, 2007 | Leave a Comment
It may not seem like that big of a deal - just a few inches off the top, a few snips here and there. But to a child, going to the hair salon can be a scary thing.
Think about it – so many people and funny looking instruments, then there’s the noise of the blow dryers […]
These days, anything goes at baby showers.
They’re not the traditional, conservative affairs they once were. We did some research and asked friends and relatives for some fun and creative baby shower tips.
Here are some of our favorites:
• Co-ed baby showers. That’s right, even though baby showers are traditionally an all-woman’s affair, there’s nothing wrong with bringing the […]
You have the baby and the website…now what?
If you’re going to buy a domain for your baby, you may as well use it. Technology changes quickly. You’d hate to spend years paying for a domain that’ll be obsolete by the time your baby hits the double digits. Don’t let that domain go unused.
Here are some […]
Add a New Category to that Birth Announcement!
We all know what a birth announcement looks like: It usually contains a cute picture of the baby, the baby’s name, parents’ and siblings’ names, weight, length, time and date of birth.
Well, that’s the old way.
You can now add the baby’s website address to the list. That’s right – […]
Should you tape or monitor your child’s caregiver without telling him or her?
Some people say absolutely not, and that surveillance devices shouldn’t be used to spy on anyone. Is it an invasion of privacy? Well, it depends on who you ask.
Lots of parents use in-home surveillance cameras, sometimes referred to as Nanny Cams, to keep […]
September 7, 2007 | Leave a Comment
Still trying to decide whether to pierce or not to pierce? Here are some ear-piercing facts you should know, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics in its book “Caring for Your Baby and Young Child:”
1. It’s a good idea to wait until the child is old enough to make the decision and care for her own […]
It’s common to see babies and preschool-aged children with their ears pierced.
While it’s definitely cute, there are health issues to consider. Infection sits at the very top of the concern list. A child shouldn’t have their ears pierced until after they’ve started immunization shots. The procedure should also be performed by a professional in a […]
Last week’s Independence Day holiday (in the U.S.) got us thinking: Just how independent do we want our little ones to be? When they are so young (or not even born yet), it is hard to imagine them older and aching for independence.
Maybe we want them just independent enough to enjoy some cool and super-nice shoes […]