Having a baby is a joyful experience, isn’t it? Yeah, but not for everyone at least, not right away. For many mothers, bringing home a new baby could mean stress and exhaustion, as well as coping with a serious set of raging postpartum hormones throwing all of your emotions into hyperdrive. In other words, it’s totally normal to forget why ...

You've probably known, however, most people surrounding you tend to focus on the physical aspects of your pregnancy. It’s normal because their primary concern is that you and your baby are healthy. And, the physical elements of pregnancy are more concrete and observed easily by others. But, many moms agree that the emotions and mood swings are just as challenging ...

Normally, brain development happens in the first 2 years of life. Therefore, it's very important for babies and toddlers to explore their environment and experience a variety of sounds, tastes, and textures. Interacting with others helps children learn about the world around them in these earliest years. That is also why the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) suggests limiting the ...