A new study suggests that men are just as capable as women in detecting their baby's cry.
In theory, you’d love to spend all day every day with your kids, cuddling them, loving them, playing with them, challenging them, watching and helping them learn and grow, and just generally appreciating their adorableness 24/7. But life doesn’t usually work that way. Most parents have to go out and earn a living, or go to school, or even just zip over to the gym or meet a friend for coffee or enjoy a movie with their spouse. What makes that possible? Childcare. Babble’s complete Childcare Guide offers pretty much everything you need to know about hiring someone to look after your child – be it a full-time nanny, an occasional babysitter, a day care facility or some other arrangement. You can also find articles helping you weigh which of those options might be best for you, hear from parents who’ve made one choice or another, and get tips for picking the best sitter or day care facility.
Left your full-time job to stay home with the baby? These seven rules might just help you save your sanity...or at the very least, keep you from smelling bad.
A 2007 study suggested kids in daycare have behavior problems later on. Now a new study finds that the quality of the daycare affects outcomes for kids.
In a celebrity obsessed culture, we are surrounded with celebrity moms that are back to their pre-pregnancy weight in a matter of days. Finally a celebrity mom is speaking out on how we should set realistic expectations for ourselves rather than what we see in the magazines.
My weekly video blogging series where I share tips for moms. This week's mom tip: "How To Wear Your Pajamas In Public". Well...sort of.
Parents know well that to love another person is to see the face of God. Les Mis is, essentially, a story about parenting. Here are a few parenting dos and don'ts from Les Miserables.
I realized today, one day before our last day of childcare for the year, that I need to get our babysitter a Christmas gift, and thanks to the internet, I have these 10 to choose between and make before tomorrow!
Finding my dream job as a work at home mom.
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