When To Stop Using White Noise For Baby

When To Stop Using White Noise For Baby

A white noise machine is a device that allows your infant to sleep better as it creates a comfortable, blissful environment.  The environment provided to infants by white noise machines encourages infants to stop crying. Calming anxious infants, and making them sleep faster. Well, getting the best baby white noise machine is proven highly beneficial for parents for making calming down their...
How Long Do Stool Softeners Take to Work?

How Long Do Stool Softeners Take to Work?

Stool softeners are over-the-counter (OTC) by-products utilised to relax hard stools or to avoid constipation. Afore you determine to use the best stool softener for postpartum. It's a great idea to understand how they function in your body and how secure they are. You will also see it helpful to recognize when you would prefer to use them rather than taking medicine. Why is stool softener...
FAQ: How To Survive A Three-year-old

FAQ: How To Survive A Three-year-old

“This is the best age,” said an elderly woman at the park, smiling at my three-year-old son. I exchanged a polite smile. But what I really wanted to say is “Are you kidding me? This creature is a monster.” When my son turned three, bad behavior escalated to a miserable level. I was caught off guard because I bought into the myth of the “terrible twos” and thought I was doing well...
A Beach Guide for the Pale Family

A Beach Guide for the Pale Family

Pasty people visiting the Florida panhandle is a recipe for a roasted epidermis. My pale family burns when we cross the state line. So why do we go? We want to swim in the ocean, play on the beach, and sleep in sand-filled hotel beds like any other family. We wanna make memories by dressing in all white for family photos so we look like creepy cult members. If pale families are gonna survive the...
Thanks For The Unsolicited Parenting Advice, Seriously

Thanks For The Unsolicited Parenting Advice, Seriously

Thank you for the advice. You have obviously picked me out as a parent in need of caregiving tips. I appreciate you taking the time out of your busy, demanding cashier job to offer me parenting wisdom. I know you didn’t have to do this. I expected to pass unnoticed throughout the 15 items or less line but you took the time to inquire about my parenting abilities. Thank you. Your questioning...
Here Is What This Dad Learned Marching with His Son Last Saturday

Here Is What This Dad Learned Marching with His Son Last Saturday

Last Saturday, resisting the urge to remain in my warm bed, I attended the Women’s March in Nashville. Along with my wife, toddler, and mother-in-law, I gathered with thousands of Nashvillians marching through the streets, waving signs, chanting, cheering. I marched not because I am a model citizen; rather, a tiny voice inside me said either get your ass out of bed or stop complaining about...
CDC Instructs Parents To Set Diseased Grocery Carts On Fire

CDC Instructs Parents To Set Diseased Grocery Carts On Fire

Atlanta, Georgia–The news has swept the internet today after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported children’s grocery carts are cesspools containing deadly disease. “We’ve found disease in the carts ranging from E. coli to Ebola. I recommend you avoid placing your children in them at all times,” says CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden. The report comes as a shock to parents...
5 Reasons You Should Be Thankful For Your Toddler

5 Reasons You Should Be Thankful For Your Toddler

I don’t remember the last time I slept past 6:30 a.m. I don’t remember the last time I went to a movie theater. I don’t remember the last time I ate a meal at my own pace. I don’t remember the last time I went an entire day without changing a poop diaper. I don’t remember the last time my toddler ate what I prepared him for dinner. Yet, I cannot think of anyone I want to spend more time...
Helicopter Parents, Tiger Moms, and Free Range Dads, Oh My!

Helicopter Parents, Tiger Moms, and Free Range Dads, Oh My!

Last weekend, my wife and I took my son to the playground. As we arrived, an older girl was climbing a curved, metal ladder that extended to a platform about five feet high. After studying her, I could tell my son was eager to climb. He shuffled his hands on the metal rails and lifted his feet to the first rung. His two-year-old motor skills were developed just enough to maintain balance. I kept...
An Open Letter To Pumpkin Spice Cheerios

An Open Letter To Pumpkin Spice Cheerios

I swore to myself I would not be manipulated by you. I’m not that kind of guy. I’m loyal. A man committed to regular Cheerios. Sure, sometimes I try apple cinnamon and honey nut, but I always come back to my steady. My plain pulverized oats. I rolled my cart past you, but the next week I saw you again and gazed at your burnt orange box. On your cover, the miniature pumpkin and bundled...