There is no one right way to be a “good” parent and regardless of how that looks across families on any given day, one thing is clear: good parents connect with their children. Naturally, connection varies depending on the age and abilities of the child. With an infant, it could just mean cuddling. For a …
One of the most common questions we get relates to what kind of a thermometer to use and how to use it properly. Here’s a link to some sound information on how best to take your child’s temperature: temp.
This is the time of year when kids have the sniffles and we all want advice to make our little ones more comfortable. In light of the recent removal of cough and cold medicines from store shelves (for children under 2 years) and an FDA panel recommendation against giving over-the-counter cough and cold medicines to children under 6 years, what’s a parent to do?