It can be hard to become an older brother or sister! These evidence-based tips on parenting will help you big kid adjust to the new baby.

infant, pregnancy

December 4, 2020

Hello, baby

Everybody has an opinion on sleep training. Learn what the research really says.

infant, pregnancy

August 7, 2020

Sleep Training

How active your baby is in the womb is a good indicator of how active they will be in childhood. Future sports star? Maybe so…

pregnancy

June 5, 2020

Understanding Baby Kicks and Movements

In the first few months of pregnancy, the fetus develops a schedule of sleep and wake. This schedule has implications for sleep once your baby is born.

infant, pregnancy

May 22, 2020

Sleep and Wake During Pregnancy

In the first weeks of life, we can get a sense of an infant’s temperament – the precursor of their personality for life.

infant, pregnancy

April 24, 2020

Temperament aka Baby Personality

A frequent scene in sitcoms or movies involves a romantic sex scene with a man and a pregnant woman. The man suddenly becomes concerned that he will poke the baby with his penis during sex. So….Does the baby feel a poke?

infant, pregnancy

January 17, 2020

The 5 Senses in Utero

Physical movement by a newborn is jerky and uncoordinated, yet by the end of the first year of life, an child can walk. There are many important steps in the process.

infant, pregnancy

January 3, 2020

First Steps

Hi, I'm Dr. Kate

I am an award-winning scientist, educator, author, and a mom. I help parents accomplish their goals for themselves and their families.

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Developmental Psychologist and a Certified Family Life Educator