Monday, December 27, 2010

Kissy Kissy Honk Honk! Line Now Available at

Your little car enthusiast will love the new Honk Honk Collection from Kissy Kissy! This adorable line features buses, police cars, parking signs, traffic lights, construction vehicles and much more. This would make a great gift for any little boy. Made with 100% soft Pima cotton.

View the Honk Honk collection, as well as nearly 100 lines from Kissy Kissy at

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Before parenthood, couples head to 'babymoons'

Babymoons have been a travel trend for several years, according to Frommer's, the vacation guide publisher, even though the term is unfamiliar to many. It is generally defined as a last chance for parents-to-be to relax, rejuvenate and reconnect before life is overrun with diaper bags and sippy cups. A babymoon can also be taken after the baby is born as a time to bond with the infant.

Monday, December 20, 2010

When Is My Baby Ready To...

There may be very clear guidelines for much of newborn care, but once my baby was out of the first stages of infancy, things became a lot murkier. Suddenly I had a million new questions, and the answers weren't exactly obvious. "So, is it okay... now?" I found myself wondering every few weeks. Will it be safe when she reaches a certain age? Weight? Developmental stage?

In this article, pediatricians -- experienced moms themselves -- share what you need to know about safe sleeping, eating, playing, and more.

Thursday, December 16, 2010

How much sleep do kids need?

Bedtime routines are important for children. Regardless of age, regular schedules and bedtime rituals greatly impact our ability to obtain sound sleep and function at our best. When it comes to children, this is especially true. Establishing and maintaining good sleep habits helps your child fall asleep, stay asleep, and awake rested and refreshed. It may also prevent future sleep problems. Good sleep habits can not only take the stress out of bedtime, but can help make it the special time it should be for you and your child.

There are no hard-and-fast rules for bedtime, and as always, there is individual variation. Your child is unique. If your routine is working, then it is probably best for you. That said, some approaches work better than others, and the following guidelines have been shown to be effective.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Kissy Kissy Jungle Pals Collection Now Available at

Lions, monkeys, giraffes, elephants - on my! Kissy Kissy's adorable Jungle Pals collections features all these animals and more.

Combining the softest 100% Pima Cotton with signature prints, Kissy Kissy Baby Clothes the Sweetest Basics around. is proud to offer the largest selection of Kissy Kissy Basic and Premier lines.

Check out the Jungle Pals line today!

Thursday, December 09, 2010

American Baby Cover Contest

Enter photos of your baby in the American Baby Cover Contest by December 18, 2010. Five finalists will each receive $1,000 and an all-expense-paid trip to New York City to be photographed for an upcoming issue of American Baby Magazine. One child will appear on the cover. To enter, your child must be between 3 months and 2 years of age.

Monday, December 06, 2010

MommyPR Review

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Now available: Wes and Willy - I'm so Board LS Tee

Now available at, the Wes and Willy - I'm so Board long-sleeve t-shirt would make a great Christmas gift for any boy in your life. Made with 100% cotton, this brown t-shirt features colorful surf boards on the front. Wes and Willy features stylish activewear for boys 6 months to 14 years.

Check out the Wes and Willy collection today!

Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Get the white out of baby's first foods, pediatrician says

Concerned about increasing childhood obesity and growing rates of diabetes, some pediatricians want to change how babies eat.

Pediatrician Alan Greene is encouraging parents to abandon white rice cereal in favor of more nutritious brown rice cereals or even a homemade brown rice mash or vegetable purée. He is concerned that babies are getting hooked on the taste of highly processed white rice and flour, which could set them up for a lifetime of bad habits, such as a weakness for cakes and cookies.

Read the full article.