This little guy is rocking out to “Dog Days are Over” by Florence and the Machine. The hilarity and cuteness starts 30 seconds in.
Posts Tagged: babies
How import is sleep for babies? A new report says that children under the age of 4 who don’t get enough sleep are at a higher risk for obesity later in life. Lack of sleep has long been associated with obesity in adults (it decreases metabolism), but now it looks like children who don’t sleep… Read more »
Though clothing sales are slow because of the upset economy, sales of children’s apparel is up 5.3% over the same time last year (that’s a lot!). Instead of spending money on themselves, parents are dressing their kids up. So what exactly is en vogue for babies and young children? Skinny jeans. For real. It’s hard… Read more »
San Diego’s Comic Con is the largest comic book convention in the country. Here are the five nerdiest babies at Comic Con. More nerdy babies after the jump!
When your youngest child finally leaves toddlerhood behind and can no longer be considered a baby, it can bring about a range of emotions. The emotions can range from absolute excitement and joy to a very real sense of loss and grief. But whatever side of the spectrum our feelings fall on, the question will… Read more »
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Future Gordon Gecko right there. From MomLogic.
Over at the wonderful Parent Hacks, reader Alison has a great tip for an age-old question: how do you keep shampoo out of your child’s eyes when you’re giving them a bath? Whenever I rinsed the shampoo out of my 4 year-old’s hair he would curl his chin down to his chest making all the… Read more »
With summer coming and pools opening, parents of young children may wonder, “How do you know if your baby is old enough to enjoy the pool?” According to Elizabeth Pantley at Parents Ask, babies are pretty much always ready to go! “As long as the water and weather are warm enough, you can take any… Read more »
So there’s that song from Mary Poppins that goes “a spoonful of sugar makes the medicine go down.” Turns out that’s completely true! At least according to a new analysis published by the Archives of Disease in Childhood. 14 studies compared the analgesic effects of sugar and water in infants who received shots. In 13… Read more »