For some lucky women, labor is a breeze. For others, it can be very uncomfortable and painful-but it doesn't have to be. There are lots of ways to make yourself more comfortable during labor. You can learn and practice natural pain-relief techniques prior to labor, and you can try others as your labor progresses. Drugs and medical procedures are also available as needed. Read Comfort Measures for Labor
Did you know that our babies have different cries for hunger, pain, and mild discomfort? And even one for boredom? Luckily, there are some clues that may help you figure out what your baby needs. Learn more about decoding baby cries. Read Identifying Your Baby's Cries
Setting the stage for reading can be a lot of fun with a toddler. There are many things you can do together, like going to the library, learning rhymes and songs, and telling bedtime stories. Get more ready to read tips. Read Ready to Read: Literacy Tips for Toddlers
First, some perspective for frazzled parents: Every healthy child is successfully potty trained. In the long run, the age at which she masters these particular skills doesn't matter. It's not a reflection of your skills as a parent or your love for her. Doing it earlier doesn't mean she's smarter or more coordinated or will get into an Ivy League school. Read Potty Training: Signs of Readiness
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