Healthy Baby

During our 40 years of parenting eight kids and our 35 years of caring for new families in my pediatric practice, my wife, Martha, and I have learned a lot about what it takes to raise a happy, healthy child -- and how to enjoy the ride yourself.

Happy Baby Secrets

In our early years of pediatric practice (Martha worked as an office nurse), we noticed that some moms seemed more tuned in to their babies and felt happier in general about being parents. We coined a name for their babycare style.

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Moms Eating Tips

Moms Eating Well

After Baby arrives, it’s only natural to turn all your attention to her needs and well-being. But new moms mustn’t forget their own nutritional needs. Good nutrition will help with your recovery after childbirth, and will also help your mood, level of fatigue and overall health.

  • All natural granola or cereal bars.peanut or sunflower seed butter and jelly sandwich on whole grain bread
  • Low-fat cheese and whole grain crackers.hummus with whole wheat pita and sliced vegetables
  • Whole fruit like apples, pears, bananas, etc.handheld snacks like Happy Tot™ Plus or Happy Squeeze™ pouches (or make your own smoothie with yogurt and fresh or frozen fruit)

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Babys Tips

Cold Comfort

The fall and winter months are Sicky City. We've got expert advice on helping her through the illnesses that bother babies most.

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Babies Antibiotics

When your little one is sick, it's natural to want your pediatrician to give her something that will make her feel better fast, like an antibiotic.

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G as Breastfed

Is your diet causing gas in your baby? Find out how what you eat may affect your breastfeeding little one.Breastfed babies receive many benefits of life.

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Newborn Babies

You don't have to be quiet while the baby is sleeping. The womb is loud, and newborns are used to the noise. When ours first came home.wash dishes and talk she slept.

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