By Tracy Liebmann
Belief is usually defined as a conviction of the truth of a proposition without its verification; therefore a belief is a subjective mental interpretation derived from perceptions, contemplation or communication. What we believe is basically who we are. It drives just about everything we do, but what are . . . → Read More: Our Beliefs, Our Behavior
If you have been reading Mommy News Blog in the past months, you know that one of our favorite guest writers is Elizabeth Pantley. Elizabeth is a raved author, educator, speaker and most importantly a mother of four. She understands the frustration that parents go through- including the daily fights to get your . . . → Read More: The No-Cry Nap Solution
The benefits of breastfeeding just keep growing! Not only do our breastfed children have better health, but better behavior. In a recent article from The Washington Post titled Breast-Fed Baby May Mean Better Behaved Child they discuss the results of a new study on breastfeeding.
The study reviewed over 100,000 interviews of parents . . . → Read More: Breastfeeding May Mean A Better Behaved Child