Tips for How to Soothe a Teething Baby

How to Soothe a Teething Baby

For many parents, teething can be one of the most difficult stages of their baby’s development. Just when you feel like you’ve hit your groove and are on somewhat of a schedule, here come the baby teeth. Teething can cause all sorts of undesirable symptoms for your little one, like sore gums, constant drooling and difficulty sleeping. It’s enough to make even the most even-tempered baby cranky and irritable.

No parent likes to see their baby uncomfortable, and worse, feel helpless as to how to provide relief. While there is no magic cure for how to soothe a teething baby, there are some tried and true teething tips for soothing baby’s sore gums. Keep in mind, no two babies are exactly alike, so what works for a friend’s baby, may not work for yours. You may need to try different things to see what works best for you.

April 15, 2022 — Amanda Horner
Pilates for Postpartum Wellness

Pilates for Postpartum Wellness

Like most mamas out there, we're always on the hunt for the next best thing in the fitness world. With that said, right now, we can't get enough of Pilates for postpartum wellness. It's not only helped us (and our other mama friends!) get into serious shape after baby, but it's also great for staying long, lean, and toned. We reached out to Heather Dorak, owner of LA-based studio, Pilates Platinum for some of her favorite tips on getting back into shape postpartum. Read on and get to work!
May 09, 2016 — Staci Pearlman
Tags: Parenting
Music for the Delivery Room

Music for the Delivery Room

When prepping for your baby's arrival, there are a million things to get ready. While creating your birth plan and packing your hospital bag, it seems the list of important details to consider is never ending.

Music for the delivery room is a detail that is easily overlooked but has the potential to keep you sane during labor and even delivery. We suggest compiling a playlist ahead of time and purchasing a wireless or Bluetooth speaker dock to pack in your hospital bag.

Make a dreary delivery room more comfortable through the sense of sound.

July 21, 2014 — Jen Turner
Tags: Parenting