Happy New Year! We'd like to welcome you back to our blog! We took some time off for the holidays, but now we are back. For those of you new to our blog, welcome! We would like to start the new year off with a little tutorial about how our blog works and where you can find "The Basics" of Baby Behavior, which is a great series of posts to start with if you are new, or if you haven't been around here in a while. You can begin with our overviews on your baby's cues
, and sleep patterns
Everything else we've posted is available to you and there are a few ways you can find what you are looking for.
- On the left side, in the section titled Blog Archive, you can find links to every blog we've posted (the titles of each blog are listed with the most recent at the top).
- If you have a specific topic you are interested in, you can use the keyword links, in the Labels section, to find related entries.
- If you just want to browse full entries, you can use the older posts link at the bottom right of the page. This link will take you through the posts, beginning with the most recent.
We hope that you find the information we've provided useful. If you don't find what you are looking for or if you have any questions, please send us a comment. We love to answer our readers' questions and are always accepting new ideas for future posts!
I have a five month old boy who has a pretty intense and active temperment. He has always been nervous around strangers, and doesn't like to be passed around. He just started daycare, and is having a hard time adjusting - he cried for much of the first day and ate about half as much as usual. I would LOVE to read a post on how to best help babies adapt to new settings they will need to learn to accept; is it good to spend time there with him so he sees it's "mom approved"? Or start with half days to lessen the stress? Or simply dive in? I've read the posts on temperment and would love to read more on the topic. Thanks!ReplyDelete