New Parent Tips
It’s been a long journey as we’ve uncovered and discussed Richard Weissbourd’s “Ten Tips for Raising Kids Who Care” over the past nine weeks. Today, this segment comes to an end as Daddy Nickell gives his “five cents” on Weissbourd’s final tip.
Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve been delving into Joanna Lipari’s article “Raising Baby: What You Need to Know” published in Psychology Today. So far, we’ve learned about the importance of developing feelings and emotions before knowledge and the idea that even infants are individuals capable of understanding and appreciating events in unique ways. This week, it’s all about the love circle. Read More»
As promised, we are going to tackle Joanna Lipari’s article “Raising Baby: What You Need to Know” published in Psychology Today one piece at a time. Last week we learned about the importance of developing feelings and emotions before knowledge. This week, as Lipari says, we are working through the idea that babies between birth and two months are “not just screaming meatloafs,” as Lipari suggests. Read More»
Raising a baby takes a lot of effort as well as requiring a significant amount of transition and change. New parents are constantly bombarded with advice and it can be hard to know what to take and what to leave. Well, Mr. Daddy and Joanna Lipari are here to help. Over the next several weeks we will look into Lipari’s article, “Raising Baby: What You Need to Know” published in Psychology Today uncovering the things you need to know about raising your baby and the changing process of parental thinking.
Mr. Daddy and Donna Smith have helped us take a thorough look into tummy time over the past several weeks. We’ve learned it all – from the basics to coaxing the reluctant baby to the signs of early motor delay. The last stop on our tummy time tour is to figure out when to stop making time for this activity daily Read More»
Thanks to physical therapist, Donna Smith and her article, “Tummy Time for Babies” along with expert advice, tips and wisdom from Mr. Daddy, we have almost completed our segment on tummy time. Read More»
As promised, more information regarding tummy time is coming your way. We are taking a short break from Dona Smith’s article to look into Rae Pica’s article, “Tummy Time” published in Baby Today. Last week we learned the basics behind tummy time; today we will discuss tips to help coax your reluctant baby into spending time playing on his stomach while awake, and then Mr. Daddy will offer his personal experiences with this concept. Read More»
Mr. Daddy has raised six children throughout his life, and we at DaddyScrubs, deem him an expert on all matters “daddy.” Throughout this blog series, we will be looking into the significance of “tummy time,” and, true to form, Mr. Daddy will be discussing his personal experiences with this phenomenon. Read More»
Being an expectant daddy isn’t always easy. Thanks to the research and writings of Romi Lassally as well as Mr. Daddy’s own experience, anecdotes, wisdom and advice, we have learned a great deal about what to expect when you’re an expectant daddy. Read More»
As we’ve learned in weeks’ past, expectant daddies go through a lot. With the help of Romi Lassally and Mr. Daddy we have looked into the things you can expect from yourself when your wife’s expecting combined with personal daddy experiences and advice for coping with the rollercoaster you may find yourself on. Read More»