Sleep

Sleeping with your children

Sleeping with your children

When they’re babies, co-sleeping facilitates breastfeeding and relationship building. But what happens when your 2, 4 or even 8-year-old child still sleeps with you? A psychologist explains below.

November 1, 2020
My child is a sleepwalker

My child is a sleepwalker

Have you already found your child standing up, asleep, while they should have been in bed? Are they sleepwalking? Why? Is it dangerous? 

June 1, 2020
From crib to bed

From crib to bed

“My baby's leg was already on the other side! One minute later, he really would've hurt himself!” Do you think it's time to move from a crib to a bed?

April 20, 2020
Bedtime doesn't have to be a chore!

Bedtime doesn't have to be a chore!

Behavioural strategies have been proven to be the most effective way to help infants and children who are resistant at bedtime or wake during the night.

April 22, 2019
Snoring

Snoring

Does your child sounds like a little buzzing engine when he sleeps? We can laugh about it a little but his snoring could also be the first symptom of sleep apnea.

February 17, 2012
Crib safety

Crib safety

For your children’s safety, only use cribs that were made after September 1986.

June 19, 2011

This week
6 activities to encourage your children to play outside during winter!

When it is cold, we tend to want to stay inside!  As parents, when winter comes around, we’d rather wait for the sun and the milder weather to come back then venture out with the kids. With some tricks and imagination, we can help children enjoy playing outdoors in all weather conditions.

How long should I breastfeed my baby?

The breastfeeding journey is different for every mother. Many things affect how long a mother should breastfeed her baby. What's important is to do what you think is right for yourself and your child.

Keeping active during pregnancy

Exercising is good for your body and soul, at all times. It is even more important if you are pregnant and want to be in tip-top shape during your pregnancy.

Placental retention: when the placenta does not come out

Usually, a few minutes after the expulsion of the baby, the placenta comes out spontaneously. Sometimes, the placenta or a piece of it stays inside the uterus. This is called placental retention. How can you recognize this and fix it?