It might be hard to believe, but your baby is actually old enough to drive. He or she has a learner’s permit and is more than ready to head out with you for some driving lessons. The following tips and advice can help prepare both you and your fledging driver on how to stay safe on the road!
Along with the first little flutters of movement from your baby come a string of physical annoyances. While the hemorrhoids and heat burn will likely disappear after the birth, back pain is a pregnancy side effect that can linger well after baby arrives. To ensure that your back is as healthy as possible, give it some extra attention before, during and after your pregnancy.
There are plenty of studies showing how much time the average American spends in front the television, but there are remarkably fewer that pin down how much time families spend together. The more time you carve out to spend together as a family, the higher quality the experiences you share.
You’ve spent the last nine months reading pregnancy and parenting books, perusing nursery decorating sites, registering for coordinated nursery linens and filling a closet full of tiny ruffled frocks. As your baby’s arrival creeps closer you think you know what to expect, but there are surprises ahead.
Real parenting involves more snot than tears of joy and more white onesies than precious outfits. You’ll never be able to anticipate every surprise your little one will bring you, but you can get ahead of the game with a few baby essentials that you won’t find on any registry checklist.