A quick roundup of the latest research every parent should see.
Introducing a few hand signs can encourage babies to communicate, as well as improve parents’ ability to understand what they're trying to say. Plus, baby sign language can cut back on frustration-related crying, which is good for everybody.
The early days of motherhood can seem thankless, but look for these little cues that your baby is falling totally in love with you too.
Baby language development is so fun and fascinating to watch. Here's what's going on in your baby's brain as she's learning to speak her first words.
Rolling, babbling, grasping and giggling, your 5-month-old can do it all. And if you’re lucky, they’re also getting the hang of that sleeping thing.