October 17, 2017 October 17, 2017

Parenting

When to Call Your Baby's Doctor

Work From Home One of the toughest and most nerve-racking things for new parent is figuring out when to call the doctor. As a general rule of thumb, trust your instincts. If you suspect something is not right, you should always call the doctor. Even small changes in eating, sleeping, and crying can...

Did I Cause my Baby's Separation Anxiety?

Did I cause my baby's separation anxiety?   My baby is only happy when I'm within arm's reach. If I dare to leave the room, she cries as if I've left the country! I can't even so much as take a shower these days, let alone leave the house without...

Eight Baby-friendly Thanksgiving Dishes

By Parents, DivineCaroline Make baby’s first Thanksgiving one his or her taste buds will never forget. Here’s a baby-friendly spin on eight traditional holiday foods, many of which are probably already on your grocery list. Pick a few of your favorites for the big day or make them all and freeze...

From Deadlines to Diapers: Confessions of a Former Mommy Snob

Diaper Bag By Jamie Reeves, DivineCaroline Before I became a mother, I was a world-class planner. I poured my mental energy into networking and career building. Parenting, I thought, could be approached in much the same fashion. I had pregnancy and motherhood planned out in my typical anal retentive fashion, after all,...

How to Think and Act Like a Co-Parent

Upon your divorce or separation, you and the other parent don't suddenly just magically become co-parents (parents who work together as a team for their child's best interest). It takes a lot of hard work and many ups and downs to craft a relationship that allows you to cooperate...