In years past, parents would often quiet a crying child by giving him a toy or popping a pacifier in his mouth. But these days, it’s more likely that fussy kid will wind up with mom’s cell phone instead.
In its latest guidelines for doctors, the American Academy of Pediatrics is advising against the usage of bumper pads in cribs, saying they may increase the risk of sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS.
Facebook has quietly launched a new feature allowing you announce and document your pregnancy. There's a new "expected child" field, in which users can announce their due date and chosen name without creating a separate page for the unborn child...
It’s okay for a parent and a toddler to sleep in the same bed, according to a new study. Bed sharing has always been a topic of disagreement among parenting experts: some endorse the practice, while others say it’s a bad idea.