Entries by BabyPost from 04/2014

Preparing Your Older Child for a New Sibling

| Posted 04.04.2014 | Canada Living

Baby number two is on the way! You and your partner are probably excited, but your first child may be not quite so sure. How you help them get ready for the arrival of a sibling will depend on their age, of course, but here are some general "dos and don'ts" to ease them into the role of big brother or big sister.

The Decision to Circumcise Isn't As Clear Cut As it Used to Be

| Posted 04.09.2014 | Canada Living

An important decision needs to be made if you are expecting a boy, or if you have recently welcomed a little man to the world: whether to circumcise him. For some families, cultural and religious beliefs make the decision an easy one. But for others, the choice may not seem as clear cut... no pun intended.

Will An Unusual Baby Name Affect Your Child's Chances In Life?

| Posted 04.15.2014 | Canada Living

There have been numerous studies that have tried to examine the effect an unusual name has on an individual throughout their life. It is believed that an individual's identity is partly formed by the way we are treated by other people and that a name may influence our interactions with the world around us.

10 Cute Spring-Inspired Baby Names

| Posted 04.16.2014 | Canada Living

If your baby's due this spring, you may want to welcome him or her with a name that rings true to the season. Below we've rounded up some of our faves.

10 Everyday Romantic Gestures For Busy Couples

| Posted 04.25.2014 | Canada Living

Thankfully for busy parents, romance isn't just about grand gestures, bold statements, dozens of red roses and nights on the town. Sometimes the most meaningful romantic gestures are the smallest details. Here are 10 simple ways to show your partner they're on your mind this week.

A New Fate for Breech Babies

| Posted 04.26.2014 | Canada Living

In Canada, a solid 25 per cent of babies are born via C-section. While in the states women can simply opt for a C-section delivery if they so choose, in Canada, C-sections are almost always medically indicated for one reason or another. The reality that 25 per cent of Canadian women require a C-section is a startling number, and that number is about to change.