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Baby Shower Second Hand Gift Trend

New arrivals need a lot of stuff. But when it's your second infant – or bigger ticket stuff kids outgrow quickly – gently used presents could be a smart mom move.

2013 Mom Approved Docs Best Doctors in Southeast Michigan

Discover the best family health-care providers in Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties, here to help your kids – and voted by you

The Importance of Date Night for Parents

Forget the excuses. Forget the guilt. It's really good for your relationship and your kids. Here are some tips on scheduling this special time.

Tips for Detroit Parents on Picking a Kindergarten

This crucial grade is the foundation of elementary learning. Here are some tips and insights for picking your child's school and why it's so important.

Starting a Scrapbook for Baby

Who says you have to be crafty to document your little ones precious moments? Neverland Crafts contributor Katie Ehmann gives tips on creating this keepsake.

Millennials More Forgetful Than Senior Citizens, Poll Says

Young adults ages 18 to 34 are having a hard time remembering stuff, from what day it is to taking a shower. Could it affect their parenting and kids?

Newborn Baby Sleep Patterns: Tips for First-Time Parents

Puzzled by why your child sleeps a ton at times and then is awake all night? Get insight into some of the reasons and how to smooth the adjustment.

Choosing a Doctor for Your Newborn

Henry Ford doctor offers advice on picking the right health care expert for your baby.

The Promise of Cord Blood for Kids with Special Needs

Stem cells could offer a better life for some children, like a little girl with cerebral palsy here in southeast Michigan. Will more families explore the possibilities?

Exmobaby Smart Garments Onesies for Baby

Forget mood rings. This mood identifying onesie for infants claims to take the mystery out of why your baby is crying.

Classic Kids Camps: Getting Back in Touch with Nature

Overnight camps battle encroaching technology and overly-connected parents to offer experiences in nature - and building independence.
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