A brief primer for new and soon-to-be parents on your beautiful baby with Down syndrome, including what to expect in the first year.
I'd read all the books and articles, and did everything they advised, to make sure my son wouldn't be jealous of his new sibling. But only one thing worked.
Parents say it works miracles for babies who are struggling to breastfeed, but some experts are worried that tongue tie surgery is being done too often.
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Colleen Fisher Tully
Indigenous children are, to put it mildly, overrepresented in Canada’s child-welfare system. So parents and activists are going to great lengths to protect their kids.
Kyle Edwards, Maclean's