Category Archives: Commentary

I Don’t Regret Attachment Parenting

Attachment parenting is also known as crunchy parenting, and it involves parenting practices such as natural birth, breastfeeding, and co-sleeping. Many moms find themselves in a pool of regret when it comes to their previous attempts at attachment parenting, but this doesn’t have to be the case. Attachment parenting derives off of our natural instincts as parents, and there is

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Tips to Weaning Baby from Breastfeeding

Weaning a child from breastfeeding can be a difficult process for a mother. Most babies stop breastfeeding between four and seven months, but each family is different. The process is more about when the both the baby and mother are ready. This includes the introduction of solid foods and timing feedings properly. Some more tips include distracting the child, having

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DIY Baby Toys for Newborns

You don’t have to spend an extensive amount of cash to own newborn toys that will stimulate your infant’s senses while keeping them safe. One great DIY toy that you can create right in your home is a discovery jug. All you need is a large container, some scissors, and small items that are safe for your infant to play

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No proof that a mother’s intake of fluoride in pregnancy affects their child’s IQ

A recent study that was preformed by researchers at York University in both Toronto and Vancouver has shown that the consumption of fluoride during pregnancy has no direct link to a lower IQ. This study was a part of a series of research labeled the Maternal-Infant Research on Environmental Chemicals (MIREC for short), which dissects the myths surrounding which chemicals

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