Canadian Family: Decoding Baby Body Language

Canadian Family: Decoding Baby Body Language

Canadian Family magazine recently underwent a design and editorial makeover. The "new" Canadian Family is really in touch with what Canadian parents want -- practical tips, fun-to-read articles, and non-bossy advice. I have had the opportunity to write a few articles for the magazine (e.g., this article on reading your baby's body language) and have been really impressed with the publication's new editorial direction. If you haven't looked at the magazine recently, you might want to check it out.

  • It's easy for "the bill chill" to set in between you and your partner when neither of you is getting enough sleep -- situation normal when there's a new baby in your life. Rather than keeping score about whose turn it is to get up... It's easy for "the bill chill" to set in between you and your partner when neither of you is getting enough sleep -- situation normal when there's a new baby in your life. Rather than keeping score about whose turn it is to get up in the night with the baby, "Think of your parental energy as a pooled asset. That way you'll see each other's naps and breaks as something that's good for you both. This fresh perspective should lead to less tossing and turning and, as the chill begins to leave the bedroom, some very good nights for you both." (Read more)

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