Slow Walkers

While babies begin to walk at all different ages, ranging from 9 to 18 months, there are some fun ways to help your baby develop movement skills, strength, and an interest in walking. Even if your baby doesn’t want to play with a push toy,…

Eating Out with a baby

My husband and I used to love going out to eat, but now we don’t know what to expect when taking our baby out. I’m so tired of staying at home—any tips on how to get out? The good news is that you can still enjoy going out to eat with your…

Exercising with Baby

Working out with your baby is a great way to combine playtime and exercise. Exercise is important during the postpartum period as you reintegrate your core, and these moves can be a fun way to get baby smiling. You can always count as you…

Developmental Play

The prospect of beginning playtime with your baby is exciting, but it can be hard to know where to start. When it comes to young developmental play, aim to expose your baby to a variety of textures, sounds, and colors.

Understanding Depression

Depression is a common but serious disorder that affects not just your mood, but also how you sleep, eat, and socialize. A person affected by depression may experience feelings of sadness, loneliness, anxiety, tiredness or decreased energy,…

Your Guide to Healthy Skin

With healthy skin month upon us, we want to share some tips about how to keep your skin healthy and happy, even when the winter weather leaves us feeling drab! There are many easy routines that make your skin brighter, more glowing, and all…

Yoga For You

Yoga is a form of exercise that combines movement, building strength, and stretching through an ancient system of poses developed in India thousands of years ago. Traditionally, yoga is made up of asana (meaning poses), pranayama (meaning…

The Fight Against Beast Cancer

We’ve all heard of breast cancer. That’s probably because about one in eight, or twelve percent, of women in the United States will develop invasive breast cancer in her life. In 2016, this amounts to a predicted 246,600 new diagnoses of…