Happy Parenting – Happy Baby

Rebecca Michi on April 22, 2015

Sleep Tips from our Resident Expert

Ergobaby Swaddler Baby Sleep

Each month on the second Tuesday, we will be doing an”Ask the Expert” series, where you can ask our resident experts about a variety of baby-related topics. We were so happy our resident sleep expert, Rebecca Michi was able to answer your family’s questions about sleep. Here are the questions you asked and answers below. How…Continue reading

Danielle Hampton on March 23, 2015

Benefits of Babywearing

Teal Baby Carrier

We carry our babies for almost a year while pregnant. And while in utero they’re warm and safe, our breaths and heartbeat their constant companions. But when baby is born, it’s a whole new world for them (and us too!). Luckily, we can babywear, which brings our little ones right back to us. Babywearing gives…Continue reading

Christina Soletti on March 10, 2015


Sleep chat Rebecca Michi

We know that parenting is at 24/7 job requiring some sleepless nights.  However, some little ones need some help establishing rhythms to help them rest.  Our resident sleep expert Rebecca Michi can help families establish some gentle rhythms to help your family get some rest. Sleep enables us to function properly and live happy and…Continue reading

Erica Chidi Cohen on March 02, 2015

Nurturing the New Mama

ergobaby baby wrap carrier

Becoming a mother is an incredible shift. Filled with beautiful moments, it’s also accompanied by a swift adjustment period. Finding a new flow between you, your babe and your partner takes patience and little support. Here are a few helpful tips that will ease the transition.   Go Lightly & Follow Your Babe Take it…Continue reading

Christina Soletti on February 05, 2015

Five Ways to Help Baby Through Separation Anxiety | Daily Mom

Cuddles in the baby carrier

As a new mom it can be stressful when baby demonstrates separation anxiety, even though it’s a developmental milestone most babies experience.  Our friends over at Daily Mom posted some great ways to help baby through separation anxiety, including wearing a baby in a baby carrier.  Read the tips here and hang in there, mama, this…Continue reading

Xza Higgins on December 02, 2014

Babywearing and Special Needs

safe shopping with baby

Nothing can prepare you for being a parent to a child with special needs. Our journey together didn’t start off in the way many families do. For the first year we conducted a fairly “normal” life, you know, whatever that means. There was the first roll over, the first tooth, the first time he sat…Continue reading

Abby Burd on November 17, 2014

12 Tips for Preventing Holiday Stress and Depression for New Parents

Preventing Holiday stress

The good things about holidays include extended family, lots of rich food/drinks, and a break from the routine. The bad news is that they also include extended family, lots of rich food/drinks, and a break from the routine. With a lot of everything going on, many of us, especially new parents, may be more vulnerable…Continue reading

Tanya Altman, MD, FAAP on November 10, 2014

Life With Your Newborn—What Nobody Tells You

sleep is awesome, baby!

In the hospital you have lots of help—nurses, lactation consultants and doctors—all at your beck and call. Then comes the time to take your little one home. You’ve read the “must-have” books, subscribed to on-line baby websites and parenting blogs and spent many evenings on the phone with your own mom. Think you’re prepared? Think…Continue reading

Ashley Wright on November 07, 2014

Breastfeed all the babies! Wear all the babies!

Wear all the babies!  Zen organic baby carrier

International Babywearing Week was October 5-11, 2014 and we definitely kicked it off with a bang; Shannon and I.  The sun was blazing, it was super hot inside my house, you know the one that my dad refuses to turn on the central air in? (yeah that one), and I couldn’t have been any more…Continue reading

Barbara Nicholson on October 13, 2014

Mindfulness with Loving Touch

Beauty of Touch

I love teaching Infant Massage. It’s such a wonderful way to introduce new parents to the concept of mindfulness, being fully present with your baby and learning their uniqueness. Many parents don’t realize until they are learning the strokes, that their infants (some as young as 4-6 weeks) have been communicating their personalities and preferences…Continue reading

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