Parents spend thousands of dollars to keep their kids safe, but new information shows one big expense may not be worth it. Those helmets that are supposed to prevent babies from getting flat heads may not be working
Whether you’re looking for a traditional brunch or to satisfy the bride’s sweet tooth, we’ve done the work for you to reduce some of your party planning anxiety. These restaurants and bake shops are the best for bridal and baby showers in NYC.
If you’re ever around babies, you have probably heard adults adopt that sing-songy voice and begin using “baby talk.”
A company called baby-bangs.com makes that happen with wigs for infants. They come in an array of colors and styles to suit all different bald babies.
Construction has been booming in Williamsburg, Brooklyn for some time, but it has meant for a big headache for some mothers in the neighborhood.
Lori Richmond, editor of TheBump.com, shows us a hot new trend in debuting your newborn. It’s called a “Sip & See,” a post-birth bash hosted by the parents where friends and family stop by the house, sip some drinks and see the newborn.
Police said they found the body of 39-year-old Alice M. Jackson dead on her bed in her Plainfield apartment. Her 3-month-old twins were found responsive but dehydrated.
Baby gear expert, Jame Grayson of TheBabyGuyNYC, stopped by The Couch to show us some awesome products for Dad.
Experts say just because your baby seems to be interested in what you are eating does not mean it is time to fix him a plate.
What are the best baby products to make moms’ lives a little easier this year? The Couch got the scoop on the hottest baby products on the market from Lori Richmond, editor of TheBump.com.
Miguel Chan lost his wife in a fire two years ago in their Bensonhurst, Brooklyn home, and he lives to this day with memories of the horrifying experience of having to drop his two young children out of a window to safety as the blaze raged.
Here is some stress-relieving, helpful advice and tips to get your new nursery baby ready.
In some parts of the city, 1 in 3 expectant mothers are considered obese and Dr. Adam Buckley, an OB/GYN and patient safety expert at Beth Israel Medical Center, calls it a “significant problem.”
Imagine delivering a baby prematurely and then having to leave her behind for treatment in the hospital ICU.
A malpractice insurance company has threatened not to renew coverage for eight Bronx obstetricians who treat poor, high-risk patients.