Is Your Baby Safe When Sleeping?

Gina Potts, M.D., Pediatrician 8 ways to reduce a baby's risk of SIDS All parents worry about their baby’s safety and the risk of [...]

It’s Hot in Houston – Keep Baby Cool!

Infants and toddlers can easily dehydrate in the summer heat. Since they cannot tell their parents or caregivers they are hot or thirsty, it is [...]

It’s So Good to See You!

By: Stephanie Duhon “Hello everybody, it’s so good to see you …” I can’t get this song out of my head because Nicole has requested [...]

Baby Safety Month: Why You Should Take an Infant, Child and Adult CPR Class

By: Stephanie Duhon Having or taking care of a child means you are responsible for that child’s welfare. Do you know what to do if [...]

I’ve Got Rhythm … How About You?

By: Stephanie Duhon Nicole was a bit crabby as we arrived for our Prelude Music class Friday morning. I’m not sure why, but she was [...]

Baby Safety Month: Baby proofing Your Home

By: Stephanie Duhon Babies are naturally curious. They learn through all the senses: touch, smell, taste, sight and sound. That’s why baby proofing is crucial. [...]

To Thine Own Self Be True

by: Kimberly Bowman The definition of selfish is: “concerned chiefly or only with oneself, without regard for the well-being of others.” Think about the last [...]

It’s Time to Sing and Dance!

By: Stephanie Duhon “It’s “bah-bah” time!” exclaimed my 2-year-old daughter, Nicole, as we drove up to The Motherhood Center for our first Prelude Music class [...]

Preparing Big Brother or Sister for a New Sibling

by: Angie Graumenz Parents often take classes to prepare for the arrival of a new baby, but what about siblings? In TMC's sibling class, children [...]

Ringing with Joyful Music!

  by: Ana Trevino-Godfrey When I'm asked why music is important to me, Plato's wisdom comes to mind.  He eloquently said "Music gives a soul [...]

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