When you are 28 weeks pregnant, or sometimes earlier if you have a high-risk pregnancy, your doctor may want you to start counting your baby's kick. Saving counts is exactly what it sounds like: count the number of kicks you feel from your child. To start, select the same timeRead More →

The daily schedule, predictability, and "me time" records that you held so dear are gone, and your new normal is … challenging. But we want you to know that you are not flying solo. There is a whole community of mamas all over this country (and the world!) Navigating theseRead More →

Owlet's Head of Marketing shares tips on how to succeed at home "Caring for children while working at home is very difficult," Kady Srinivasan says during a conference call while watching her 7-year-old son demonstrate yoga exercises for his PE class online. “I am a full-time mom, a full-time professional,Read More →

Jill Spivack and Jennifer Waldburger, founder of Sleepy Planet Parenting and our residents Dream Lab sleep training experts, sharing advice on spending extra time at home. Hi parents, We have no doubt that you are making some pretty big life adjustments at the moment – working at a distance, kidsRead More →

To protect yourself and your family (and enough) during the coronavirus pandemic When we get used to changes in our daily routine, it can feel overwhelming. The kids, work, everyone is home – like! Thankfully, there are many small steps you can take to protect yourself and your children duringRead More →

It is a safe bet that friends and family are happy to shower you as you wait to welcome your bundle of joy. There is a lot to prepare for and building a solid baby registry is a great way for loved ones to help you get ready. Where toRead More →

It is a safe bet that friends and family are happy to shower you as you wait to welcome your bundle of joy. There is a lot to prepare for and building a solid baby registry is a great way for loved ones to help you get ready. Where toRead More →

Right now you are in the fog of sleep deprivation, and it may feel like you will never sleep again. But good sleep for you and your child is possible. Preparing for sleep training is as important as the exercise itself. Think about these questions before you start sleep training:Read More →