Cries

Understanding your crying baby

Understanding your crying baby

When your baby is screaming their lungs out, you don’t always know what to do. Is it pain, fatigue, discomfort, colics? Here are few tips to help you understand.

May 11, 2020
The extensive guide to little crises

The extensive guide to little crises

Any occasion is a good excuse to throw a good crisis: changing the diaper, dressing, undressing… Sometimes it is best to laugh about it, just like some mothers did on our forum.

February 17, 2020
Preventing Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS)

Preventing Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS)

New evidence suggests that crying is indeed what triggers some parents to shake their babies. Equipping them with coping strategies may help reduce the incidence of Shaken Baby Syndrome.

March 25, 2019
Wake up Mom, I'm Hungry!

Wake up Mom, I'm Hungry!

Do you ever wonder what your baby is trying to tell you in between cries and giggles? This is a letter from your baby... we hope it clears things up for you!

December 17, 2018
Why do babies cry?

Why do babies cry?

For parents of newborns, the increased and often inconsolable crying of their infants during the first few months of life can be a frustrating and stressful experience.

March 6, 2017
Crying: Listen, they're talking to you!

Crying: Listen, they're talking to you!

Crying is the main way of communicating for babies less than 3 months old. When your baby “communicates” a lot, are you trying to figure out what he’s trying to tell you?

November 6, 2011
Caring for crying

Caring for crying

Parents are often given conflicting advice about whether to apply a “scheduled” approach to baby care, or follow their infants’ demands. A recent study looked at the impact of different parenting approaches on infant crying and sleeping.

May 22, 2011

This week
COVID-19 - Parents are heroes too!

Being a parent during this pandemic is not easy. You are all living different situations and you all have your own challenges and fears. But you also all have something in common: you are your children’s heroes!

Pregnancy a trimester at a time

It was previously believed that musculoskeletal pain associated with pregnancy was an integral part of the changes that women face. We now know that these discomforts can be prevented and mitigated.

Last time my breastfeeding experience went poorly - this time I want it to be different

Unfortunately, we still read and hear about moms who had a really difficult time breastfeeding with their first baby. This could involve anything from not mastering breastfeeding in the first few days to ongoing breastfeeding problems or worries about low milk supply.

Learning to ride a bicycle

You can imagine your hand leaving his bicycle in slow motion and sending him to… a fall? Of course not! You are offering him freedom… it is indeed a big day!