Monday, March 30, 2009
Thursday, March 26, 2009
Over the years, the benefits of omega-3 fatty acids, essential nutrients found in seafood have been touted. Study after study have been proving their contribution to infant brain development and more. One pediatrician began "prescribing" omega-3's to my patients in 2000 by encouraging their parents to offer them more fish. Since then, he has only grown more convinced that omega-3's are the head-to-toe nutrient because they're good for nearly every organ of a child's body, from the brain to the skin. Most parents, however, are unsure about feeding their babies fish, which is the richest source of DHA, the healthiest type of omega-3 fatty acid for infants.
Here's why -- and how -- to "go fish," for both your baby and you!
Sunday, March 22, 2009
One more perk of having a baby? Those incredibly generous gifts. But you know the rules: Once you unwrap that sweet receiving blanket, it's time to pen the proper thank you. And this is one instance when an e-mail won't do.
This article presents 16 of the most perfect thank-you cards, each one reflecting your fun, fashionable aesthetic. After all, they may be for baby gifts, but let's be honest -- these notes are really from you.
Saturday, March 21, 2009
Lets Go Fishing
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
For many of these women, unemployment has no doubt been terrifying. But for some -- particularly those who have the financial resources to ride out the storm -- it has been a precious opportunity to get to know their children a little better.
Read the full article!
Sunday, March 15, 2009
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
However, there's a lot to do before giving birth. This article presents how to pace yourself and prepare for baby.
Monday, March 09, 2009
iVillage spoke to Dr. Madelyn Fernstrom, the Today show's diet and nutrition editor, and picked up these simple guidelines -- they're easier than you think.
Friday, March 06, 2009
From elephants in nurseries to the Obama girls, Parents Magazine presents what people will be buzzing about in the year ahead.
Monday, March 02, 2009
You record all of your child's major (and minor) milestones on video, film, e-mail, and photo albums. But how should you keep track of their health care?
In an increasingly wired world, you might be shocked to learn that your doctor likely maintains your family's vital medical information on ... paper. What gives? This article gives you the lowdown on what you need to know about maintaining your family's health records online.