I was sorting through photos the other day and found a bunch I either laughed at or said, “aww”.
August 6, 2011: Babies are not conducive to exercise. Mila wouldn’t calm down and sleep until she was in my arms…guess it’s another episode of True Blood…
I can’t believe it. In a matter of only 2 short months, I have watched the entire series of True Blood and Dexter (except for the last since I don’t have Showtime). Yep, all the way from season 1 to seasons 4 & 5.
Let’s break up these “lessons” a bit with a little article posted today on Yahoo’s Shine.
Much of yesterday’s baby wisdom has been proven untrue today. We checked in with Parents advisor Ari Brown, M.D., author of Baby 411, to get the scoop on why these old-school parenting facts have become fiction.
By Amanda First
Myth: Infants need to be bathed every day.
The truth: Babies don’t get stinky from sweat the way adults do, so they only need a bath every two or three days (except following a major diaper explosion!). If it’s part of your wind-down routine, a daily bath is perfectly okay too–just moisturize afterwards.