Living life to the fullest is about engaging the senses and taking in all the beauty the world has to offer! For your child, that means experiencing new flavors, listening to the birds singing, feeling the soft fur of an animal, or seeing a story unfold on the pages of their new favorite picture book.
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Oh no, your sweet little one’s tushy is looking a little splotchy! But don’t be alarmed, babies' soft sensitive skin can get irritated very easily, and sometimes the day-to-day necessities can cause these angry red or pink spots to show up.
A baby’s giggle is a precious sound, not to mention those long awaited first words. But in the meantime, communicating with your baby is a crucial skill that must be learned by parent and child alike.
As the summer starts winding down and fall approaches, it’s time to start getting kids ready for school. As children rejoin their fellow classmates on the playground and in the classroom, they will need to be in good health to hit the ground running!
Have you ever been told to stop and smell the roses, to see things with fresh eyes, or to touch wood? All of these quirky sayings serve as reminders of how valuable our senses are. But sometimes we forget how much they need taking care of.
Things are heating up! That means it's even more important this time of year to watch out for signs of dehydration in your kids. While this is commonly believed to be a summer issue, (which is true!), it’s still a risk year round.
One of life’s most important milestones is learning how to use the toilet. We know as adults, this is a deeply ingrained part of our confidence and independence, and it's no different for your child!
Feeding your newborn can be an unforgettable experience — watching them discover different flavors and textures for the first time, and finding their favorite dishes — but for every bit wonderful, it can also be worrisome too.
As pediatricians, and parents ourselves, we know how scary it can be when your child is not feeling well. Depending on the severity of the concern, it can be difficult to decide what the appropriate response should be to best help your child.