Separation anxiety in babies and young children is normal, but if severe, can be a disorder. Find causes, signs, and how to help your child feel more secure.
Recent articles by Paula
All about Halloween with a toddler, including trick-or-treating, crafts, treats, activities, costumes, and what to do if your todder is scared of Halloween.
All about normal and abnormal primary teeth development, early and late tooth eruption, malformed or discolored teeth. Guidance on baby and toddler teeth care.
My baby screams if a stranger looks at him, even family members. It doesn’t seem normal! Learn about stranger anxiety, incl. age, definition, signs, coping.
Dining out with a toddler doesn’t have to mean flying food or nasty glares. Here’s how to succeed through planning, food tips, engaging activities and much more
It is common for breastfed babies to refuse bottlefeeding, but you can win the battle without tears, Here’s how to get your breastfed baby to take the bottle.
Jet lag in babies and toddlers does occur but can be prevented and mitigated with smart planning and actions upon arrival. Here’s what to do!
When baby wants to eat all the time it’s called cluster feeding. Normal, but exhausting! How to cope with cluster feeding? Here’s how to take care of YOU, mom!
What if your baby suddenly wants to eat all the time? This is called cluster feeding. Let’s go through what this is, why and when it happens, pros and cons.
Using a potty is a skill your child need to learn. When is the best time to start potty training? Is is even needed, or will the child learn as they grow?