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Parenting Talk Videos

Date: 16 June 2012, Saturday
Venue: Empire Hotel Subang
Hosted by Fisher-Price, The Power of "Interactive" Play workshop shared the benefits of play through the development stages and encouraged parents to spend more time with children. The workshop was conducted by Ms Carrie Lupoli, the founder of Live and Learn Pte Ltd, Singapore, who holds a Bachelor of Science in Special Education, a Masters of Art in Special Education and a Masters of Education in School Adminstration and Leadership.

Power of “Interactive” Play Workshop Part 1

Registration, Welcome Address & Introduction

Power of “Interactive” Play Workshop Part 2

Relationship building, self-esteem, communication & social skills

Power of “Interactive” Play Workshop Part 3

Play allows kids to discover who they want to be down the road.

Power of “Interactive” Play Workshop Part 4

Brainstorming - questions and answers

Trying to conceive

Gender Selection and Science

Did you ever wish that you could choose your baby's gender? With new fertility treatments, you can choose to conceive a baby boy or a little girl.
How Pregnancy Tests Work

To get the most accurate results on a home pregnancy test, it helps to know how the test works and when you should take it. Watch this video to know more.
The Facts on Miscarriages

Losing a baby is devastating. Here, we look at various reasons that a mother may be unable to carry to term.
Pregnancy Booster Clomid

Clomiphene can boost fertility in both women and men. It is less expensive and invasive than other treatments and can be a first line of attack against fertility. Learn more in this video.
Male Infertility

Understand the common causes of male infertility that can make it difficult for a couple to conceive.
Kenali Talasemia

5% of the population in Malaysia are carriers of thalassaemia. Find out why it is important to know if you are a carrier before marriage.
Prepare Your Body For A Healthy Pregnancy

There are many steps one can take before you become pregnant that will help prepare your body for a healthy pregnancy and baby. Preconception Health describes basic ways in this video.
Pregnancy Tips : How to Get Pregnant Fast

Getting pregnant fast requires knowing your ovulation cycle and having regular sexual intercourse during the most fertile times of the month. Conceive a child more quickly with tips from a gynecologist and obstetrician!
Getting Pregnant: When is Too Old?

It doesn't seem fair, but it's true: Having a baby just gets harder as a woman gets older. Here's why:
Can You Choose The Gender Of Your Baby?

Can you choose the gender of your baby? Does when, where, and how you have sex have anything to do with whether you conceive a boy or a girl?
Create an ovulation calendar

In order to create an ovulation calendar, use any calendar to note the days of a menstrual period, starting with the first day of the menstrual period. Discover how a normal menstrual cycle lasts between 25 and 35 days with help from an OB/GYN in this free video on women's health.
The best time to get pregnant

The best time to get pregnant is when a couple feels that they are ready to take on the responsibility of caring for a child.
Infertility solutions

Infertility is a challenge for many couples! Modern medicine offers many options to facilitate pregnancy.
Understanding infertility

Understand the common causes of female infertility that can make it difficult for a couple to conceive.

Healthy Pregnancy Videos

Prenatal Vitamins

You're pregnant! Time to start taking those pre-natal vitamins. Which do you chose? What do they do? And why is it so important to take them?
Preconception Primers

Do you know that taking care of your baby starts before you even conceive? Preconception care can make all the difference to your health and the health of your baby.
Prenatal Care: Early Pregnancy Visits

Prenatal care is essential and important for a healthy pregnancy. Here is what to expect in your early pregnancy visits.
Relaxing During Pregnancy

Planning a pregnancy spa trip? A safe pregnancy and a pregnant spa weekend aren't mutually exclusive, but you need to know what's off-limits.
Treating Swollen Feet During Pregnancy

All pregnant women to some degree will have some swelling in their lower extremities. How do you deal with swollen feet? Watch this video!
Eating Seafood While Pregnant

There's a lot more to consider when it comes seafood during pregnancy than just concerns about mercury.
Periodontal Disease and Pregnancy

Periodontal disease has been linked to pre-term birth and other birth-related problems. Gum disease, or periodontitis requires treatment to prevent harmful bacteria from travelling from the gums through the blood and harming the fetus.
Pregnancy Drinking Do’s & Don’t's

Is soda OK? Is herbal tea toxic? Can I drink tap water? The pregnancy drinking basics in this video can help! Learn more about Pregnancy Safety - watch this video!
Pregnancy Diet - For Mom

It's important for you to eat well and make sure you get all the nutrition that you need when you are pregnant. What food to eat and what food to avoid? View this video to find out.
Safe Sleep for Expecting Moms

If your biggest pregnancy craving is sleep, we've got tips to make your nap time safer for you and your little one.
Exercise and Pregnancy

Getting up and getting moving while pregnant (with doctor's approval) will help ensure your healthiest baby.
Over the Counter Drugs While Pregnant

You need an aspirin; or some Pepto-Bismol, or maybe some Robitussin. Can you take these OTC medications while you're pregnant?

Your Pregnancy

Fevers and How to Take a Temperature


Fevers are very common in children. How do you take your child's temperature and when should you seek medical help?

What can I do during pregnancy to make birth easier?


The fitter you are, the easier labour will be for you. Find out what you can do in this video.

What Can I Do About Haemorrhoids?


One of the not so nice things about pregnancy is haemorrhoids or piles. They can make everyday life uncomfortable. What can you do about haemorrhoids?

What is the best way to manage stress during pregnancy?


There are lots of things that may cause you stress when you are pregnant. What is the best way to manage it?

Medical Procedures and Pregnancy


Pregnancy Botox? Pregnancy Lasik? Certain medical procedures and cosmetic surgeries may not be the best idea while pregnant. Check out more in this video.

Parents TV Pregnancy Beauty Tips


If you are expecting, you may want to consider changing your beauty routine to keep your baby safe. What is safe and what should you avoid during pregnancy? Watch this video.

Everything Epidurals


Considering an epidural to reduce labour pain? Watch this video on everything you need to know about epidurals.

Hair Removal During Pregnancy


Facing a hairy situation? Here is what you can do without hurting your baby...

Pregnancy Tips : How to Avoid Heartburn While Pregnant


Pregnant and having that burning feeling in the middle of your chest? That is probably heartburn. Learn how to deal with it in this video.

Workouts To Avoid When Pregnant


Exercising during your pregnancy is great for you and your baby but there are exceptions to every rule. Check them out in this video.

Sick Mom During Pregnancy


During pregnancy, you're not immune to cold and fever. Does a sick mom mean a sick baby? Check out more in this video.

What’s Labor Like?


The idea of going into labor can be frightening. It can help to know more about what may happen.

Understanding Birth Defects


Birth defects occur in 1 in 33 babies. Whatever their cause, birth defects can be confusing, overwhelming, and devastating. Watch this.

Prenatal Testing: Nuchal Test


If you're pregnant, you may have heard about the nuchal test which can help determine if your baby is likely to have Down Syndrome. Check out more in this video.

Nail Care


Manicures and pedicures are fun indulgences. Do you have to give them up when you are pregnant?

Pregnancy Piercings (and Other Bad Ideas!)


Now that you're pregnant, its a good time to get that piercing you always wanted, right? Plus a tattoo?

Hair Care During Pregnancy


Does dyeing your hair during pregnancy harm your baby?

Dieting During Pregnancy


This is one time in your life when you're supposed to gain up to 30 pounds. Enjoy it, girl!

Is Your Baby a Boy or a Girl?


Blue or pink? Learn how you can find out in this video about second trimester sonograms!

Braxton Hicks Contractions - False Labor


What causes Braxton Hicks Contractions (False Labor)? Can you reduce the occurences? Find out in this video.

Signs and Symptoms of an Ectopic Pregnancy


An ectopic pregnancy can be life threatening so it is important to know what it is.

Cramps During Early Pregnancy


Cramps in early pregnancy is a source of worry. It helps to understand why and what is happening.

Breathing Techniques For Labour And Birth


A step by step guide to breathing techniques to assist you during labour.

How to Handle Vaginal Discharge During Pregnancy


How do you know if your vaginal discharge is normal? Watch this video on how to deal with vaginal discharge during pregnancy with tips from a gynecologist and obstetrician.

Varicose Veins and Pregnancy


Pregnancy is one of the most common causes of varicose veins in women. What are the factors that may contribute to this?

Flying During Pregnancy


Your little passenger is used to riding around, so it's usually OK to fly during pregnancy. Here's how to make the flight comfortable for both of you!

What is Preeclampsia?


Severe preeclampsia is dangerous for both mother and baby. What are the warning signs and treatment of Preeclampsia?

Problems with Delivery


Your baby is ready to be born - but there can still be problems with delivery. Check out more in this video!

Gestational Diabetes


Gestational diabetes is a pregnancy complications that results from having low blood sugar while you're expecting. If left untreated, it can harm your baby. Learn more in this video!

Signs Of Labor


Dr. Siobhan Dolan shares with moms-to-be some key signs of labor that could mean its time to head to the hospital.

Your Pre-Labor Checklist


What do you need to do before your baby is born? Car seat installed? Check. Baby nail clippers? Check. What else should be on your list? Watch this video!

Amniocentesis: Pre-Baby Care


Amniocentesis is a prenatal screening test that can help your doctor determine if your baby is likely to have severe birth defects. Do you need one? Watch this video.

Watch the Baby Grow! Ultrasounds Week by Week During Pregnancy


Watch the baby grow, week by week during pregnancy, as seen on ultrasound.

Understanding Cord Blood


During pregnancy, you'll need to decide what you want to do with your baby's cord blood. So what exactly is cord blood? Learn More About Cord Blood:

Breech Birth


Delivery can be tough on a mother's body. Here are some common problems, like breech babies, that women experience during labor.

Giving Birth - Cesarean Section


About 30% of babies are born via cesarean section. Let's explore what to expect during a c-section.

Vaginal Childbirth


Do you want to know how natural childbirth really looks like? Watch this video!

Pregnancy & Sex - For Mom


Are you concerned about having sex during pregnancy? Dr Erika Schwartz answers all the questions you have but were afraid to ask!

Stretch Marks 101


During pregnancy your belly will stretch - and so will your skin. If you want to prevent stretch marks or make them fade away post-partum, then watch this pregnancy video.

Common Pregnancy Symptoms


Learn about the pregnancy symptoms you'll experience at the beginning, middle, and end of when you're pregnant.

Morning Sickness Cures!


Tired of morning sickness? Then these cures for pregnancy nausea may be just what the doctor ordered!

Female Anatomy - Changes Post-Partum


Your nipples are leaking. You can feel your uterus with your fingers. Your body is sore. What's going on and when will it stop?

Hospital Tips for Having a Baby


90% of pregnant women deliver their baby in a hospital. These tips can make your hospital delivery a bit easier.

Inducing Labor


If you're considering inducing labor, you may have wondered: how is labor induced?

Why Is Labour Induced?


Sometimes in pregnancy, you're ready for delivery, and your body won't cooperate. In the U.S, labor is induced 20% of the time!

Pain Management During Delivery


Childbirth pain is part of labor, but delivery discomfort can be reduced!

Pregnancy: The 9th month


Your not-so-little one is probably up to 6 lbs! Find out what's going on during the final weeks of pregnancy.

Pregnancy: The 8th month


Morning sickness (and all those other first trimester symptoms) have probably re-appeared during month eight.

Pregnancy: The 7th month


Start talking to your tummy! Your baby is probably able to hear and recognize your voice by month seven!

Pregnancy: The 6th month


Your baby's a bruiser: He or she will probably reach the 1 lb mark by week 25. What else is going on?

Pregnancy: The 5th month


Your truck-driver's appetite is a normal, healthy pregnancy symptom during month five. What else is?

Pregnancy: The 4th month


Your baby is about the size of an orange this month, and growing! See what's happening during weeks 13 to 16.

Pregnancy: The 3rd month


During month 3, your little one transitions from embryo to fetus! What else is going on in your tummy?

Pregnancy: The 2nd month


Morning sickness? Unfortunately! This video shows you what to expect during month two of your pregnancy.

Pregnancy: The 1st month


Understanding the changes in your body month by month.

Motherhood and beyond

Fevers and How to Take a Temperature


Fevers are very common in children. How do you take your child's temperature and when should you seek medical help?

Healing After Baby


After nine long months, you have given birth and your pregnancy is over. But while you are over the moon for your new baby, childbirth takes a toll! Here are some tips on how to heal after baby.

What’s the Best Way to Hold a Newborn Baby?


There are many ways to hold a baby. What is the best way?

Where Should My Baby Sleep?


When you take your baby home, where he is going to sleep is always a big question for most parents. What is the safest place for baby to sleep?

Tummy time exercises for your baby: How to do it and when


Tummy time exercises is very important for your baby. Here is how to do it.

How to Help with Hiccups


Sometimes babies get hiccups and it can be frightening. How can you help?

How Much Sleep Does Your Baby Need?


All babies need plenty of sleep hours, but how much sleep is enough? Watch this!

Preparation For The First Day At School


Say 'goodbye' to first day nerves and 'hello' to happy school days! Practical tips for preparing your child for their first day of school.

Childcare Choices for Your Baby


Even before your newborn arrives, you'll have childcare on your mind. How do you find the infant care that works for your baby? Watch this video.

Parenting Tips - How to Discipline Children at Different Ages


When do you start disciplining your child? How do you approach your baby, infant, toddler and preschooler?

Parenting: Older Kid, New Baby


When you bring a newborn home, your older child may experience sibling rivalry. Help him accept his new baby brother or sister!

Baby Urinary Tract Infections


About 8% of girls and 2% of boys will have a urinary tract infection during their childhood. If you're concerned that your baby may have a urinary tract infection, or bladder infection, here are some basic facts that may help!

Baby Schedule Basics


Many parents find getting into a regular routine with their babies make life much more easier. Learn some "reprogramming" tricks here.

Your Diet and Your Breast Milk


Here's everything you need to know about how the things you consume affect your breast milk!

Infant Medication Basics


A spoonful of sugar may work for Mary Poppins but there are better ways to make the medicine go down for your baby...

Tummy Time!


Lying on his tummy may not feel natural to your infant, but he needs to spend time on that tummy every single day!

Baby Poop Basics


What goes in must come out, so expect frequent bowel movements from your constantly eating newborn!

Make Road Trips With Children Fun


Does the thought of traveling by car with young children make you feel tense? Learn how you can turn every family road trip into a joy ride.

Attachment: Why is Bonding with Baby Important?


Attachment experts discuss why bonding with baby in the first few years of life is so important to a child's cognitive and emotional development.

Patricia Kuhl: The Linguistic Genius of Babies


Patricia Kuhl shares astonishing findings about how babies learn one language over another -- by listening to the humans around them and "taking statistics" on the sounds they need to know.

Pumping and expressing breast milk


If you need to leave your baby with other people even if that situation seems far into the future, it is definitely worth getting used to expressing breast milk. This means that you will be able to leave your baby for a longer period than just a few hours.

Baby Acne


If you assumed your child wouldn't experience acne for AT LEAST another decade, then you might be surprised if pimples appear on your newborn's skin!

Tips to Treat and Prevent Cradle Cap


Cradle cap is nearly as common as diaper rash, but do you know what causes it and how to treat it? Learn the most effective treatments for cradle cap and how to prevent future outbreaks.

How To Get Kids To Eat Healthy Snacks


Kids are gonna snack--but snacks don't have to be junk food. Author and dietitian Elizabeth Somer has great ideas to help you get your kids to eat healthy snacks

Tongue-Tied: Helping Babies Breastfeed


Tongue tie, a simple yet often untreated problem can sabotage breastfeeding efforts. Find out more in this video.

“House Rules” That Really Work!


Are you constantly battling with your kids to follow your house rules? Here is how to establish rules that really stick.

How Can We Stop Over-parenting


Helicopter parenting vs free range parenting - what is the balance between legitimate safety concerns that parents have and the things we need to let go off?

How do I know if my baby is properly latched?


Midwife Kate Taylor talks about how to check if your baby is latched on properly.

Car Seat Safety By Age


Children 2 years or older, or those younger than 2 who have outgrown their rear-facing safety seat must be restrained in a forward-facing safety seat. Learn how to properly install a forward-facing car seat and restrain your child

Signs of Bullying and Tips for Parents


Dr. Natalie Abramson, pediatric psychologist at Children's Hospital Colorado, gives tips for parents about bullying.
• Signs for parents: what to look for
• Three tips for parents on how to deal with bullying

What Are The Different Positions For Breastfeeding?


Midwife Kate Taylor describes the different positions in which to breastfeed your baby.

Burping your baby


There are a couple of different ways of burping babies. What is the best position?

Is my baby getting enough milk?


Health visitor Penny Lazell talks about how to find out if your baby is getting enough milk.

Benefit of Circumcision: To Cut or Not


Parents considering circumcision for their sons often have similar questions about this procedure. Check them out in this video.

How to Identify and Treat Eczema in Children


A baby's rosy cheeks is a sign of good health but when rosy cheeks translated to red irritated skin, it can be a sign of something serious.

Recognizing and Treating Jaundice


Jaundice is a common condition in newborn infants that usually shows up shortly after birth. In most cases, it goes away on its own. If not, it can be treated easily.

Diaper Rash: What to Look For


One thing babies seem to have in common is the occasional return of diaper rash. So, is there any way to prevent diaper rash? Watch this video.

How to Make Homemade Baby Food


University of Maine Cooperative Extension demonstrates how to make & store your own baby food using fruits or vegetables.

Introducing Your Baby to Solid Foods with Dr. Bob Sears


Is your baby about to reach 6 months of age? Are you concerned about introducing solid food to your child? Is your 7 month old rejecting everything you give her? Dr. Bob Sears shares some advice as well as a list of do's and don'ts for parents.

How to Make Traveling with Infants Easier


You have a new baby, and you cant wait to show him off. But your loved ones are thousands of miles away and you don't have the time to drive. So, you decide to take a plane. Here's what you need to know to make flying those skies just a little more user-friendly.

Postnatal Depression


Mums who have had postnatal depression talk about the feelings they faced, and perinatal psychiatrist Dr Margaret Oates explains how it can be treated quickly with the right help

Emotional Intelligence Education


The key to success in life is more strongly linked to emotional intelligence than it is to intellectual intelligence. How do you help your child learn the basic building blocks of emotional intelligence in their first few years of life?

Recognizing an Asthma Attack in Your Child


Unfortunately, the most dangerous cases of asthma can occur in infants too little to describe the severity of their symptoms. That is why new mothers should be aware of the warning signs and symptoms of asthma

Children Birthday Party Planning


Kids party is supposed to be fun, but organizing it can turn to be a stressful and challenging process, especially when you just don't know where to start.

Night Terrors: How to Identify and What to Do


You're awakened by a blood-curdling scream. You race to your child's room to find her sitting upright in bed, with her eyes wide opened filled with terror. You call her name but she stares right through you, as if you are'nt there. But then as just suddenly as it began, the spell is over and shes back to sleep. If this sounds familiar, your child could be experiencing a common condition known as night terrors

Thumb and Finger Sucking: What You Need to Know


Does your baby suck his thumb or use a pacifier? Don't worry, these habits are very common and have a soothing and calming effect. The need to suck is present in all infants. Some infants suck their thumbs even before they are born, and some will do it right after being born. Some children don't suck their thumbs, instead they rely on a pacifier. Pacifiers usually elicit strong responses from parents and caregivers. Some oppose their use because of the way they look.

Nocturnal Enuresis: BedWetting, What to Know


Nocturnal enuresis may sound like a serious diagnosis, but its not.  Its actually the medical term for bed-wetting, a common condition affecting millions of kids.  While there's no quick cure for children who wet their beds, there are ways you can help your child deal with this nighttime nuisance.

Spanking and Other Discipline Methods


Behaviour even among the best children is not the most predictable. Are there any clear-cut solutions for childhood behavior problems?

Potty Training


Learn how to recognize the signs of a toddler's readiness to start potty training and how to make learning to use the potty easier for your child.

How To Deal With Toddler Tantrums


Learn how to deal with toddler tantrums

Terrible Twos, Surviving the Power Struggles


Babies hit many milestones before they turn into toddlers first steps, first foods, first words. Helping your infant through these stages can be a lot of fun, and sometimes a challenge, especially during one notorious stage in life the terrible twos.

Developmental Milestones Age 2 Years


Dr. Siobhan Dolan talks with a mom about her baby's developmental milestones at 2 years old.

Developmental Milestones Age 1 Year


Dr. Siobhan Dolan talks with a new dad about his baby's developmental milestones at 1 year old.

How to Choose A Preschool


Choosing the right daycare begins with asking the right questions. In this video, WatchMojo.com speaks with Evelyn Wajcer and Kathy Collins from K.I.D.S. to learn what to look for and what to ask when choosing a preschool for your little one.

Starting To Sit


It's a small thing for you, but for your sitting infant, the accomplishment is huge! Here's how to help with this stage of baby development!

Baby Ear Infections


Listen up! Ear infections are LITERALLY a pain, and they're also the most common illness among infants. Watch this for more!

Childproofing Checklist For Crawling Babies


Baby safety is EXTREMELY important, and you can help ensure that your home is as baby-proof as possible by watching this video!

Postpartum Weight Loss


You've had your baby and now you're ready to lose that baby weight. Postpartum weight loss needs to be done safely. Here's one tip: breastfeeding can burn 500 calories a day!

How Tall Will My Baby Grow Up To Be?


He's still a baby, yet already you wonder how tall he'll grow to be! Watch this!

The Science of Early Childhood Development


How much experience from birth and even before birth gets into our bodies and shapes our learning capacities, behaviour and physical and mental health? Jack P. Shonkoff, M.D., professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, the Harvard School of Public Health, and Harvard Medical School tells us in this video.

Toddler Moral Development


When teaching toddlers about morals, or rights and wrongs, the first step should be teaching toddlers not to hurt other people. Discover ways to teach toddlers how to share with help from a pediatrician.

How To Swaddle A Baby


Swaddling is a technique used to soothe, comfort, and protect an infant who is sleeping (or trying to sleep). Learn how!

How To Raise A Happy Baby


You already know the basics of baby care, but what do you know about your infants emotional development? Watch this!

How To Soothe Your Baby


A constantly crying little one is enough to send even the most patient parent over the edge! Here, how to calm YOUR baby quickly!

Diagnosing Autism


Statistics show that one in every 150 children born today has a typical autism. Watch this to learn more:

Early Recognition Of Child Development Problems / Educational Video


From birth to 5 years, your child should reach milestones in how he plays, learns, speaks and acts. A delay in any of these areas could be a sign of a developmental problem, even autism. The good news is, the earlier its recognized the more you can do to help your child reach her full potential.

How To Help Your Baby Learn To Walk


Before your baby walks, he'll need about 1,000 hours of practice! Here's how to encourage those first baby steps!

Delayed Speech Development


A developmental delay in language may mean that your infant has a hearing impairment -- or, maybe he's just learning his first words at his own pace! Watch this:

Teaching Your Baby How To Speak


When do babies talk, and how can you encourage baby language? Watch this!

Encouraging Infant Development


How can you help raise your newborn's IQ, stimulate his brain and keep him in top health? Watch this!

Everything You Need To know About Pacifiers


Is it OK to comfort a fussy baby with pacifiers? Watch this!

Tooth Care For Babies


It's as important to know how to care for his new chompers as it is to be able to provide pain and fever relief!

Baby Teething Basics


Most babies sprout their first tooth between four and seven months of age. Here's what you can expect!

Getting Your Baby To Sleep


Is your newborn sleeping through the night? If not, there are a few things you can do to help your baby sleep!

Crash Course In Classic Baby Games


Stimulate your baby's mental development and physical development with the help of silly baby games. Throw in a tickle and use a sing song voice to make play extra fun!

Baby Sign Language


Does your baby wave bye-bye or blow kisses? Then your little one is already well on the way to expressing thoughts with signs!

Imitation Development Games


Imitation games help build social skills and encourage mental development. Watch this to learn more!

Bollywood Workout


Tired of the gym or simply fancy an alternative excersise? Try Bollywood dancing. Learn the easy steps and burn off some excess calories at the same time.

Newborn Development Month 11


During month eleven, your baby may take his first steps! Your infant will also continue experimenting with speech!

Newborn Development Month 10


Your baby may have a limited grasp of speech, but "mama" and "dad" are two words he might know now that he's reached month ten!

Newborn Development Month 9


In month nine, your baby's personality growth and mental development will continue at rapid speed! Watch this to learn more!

Newborn Development Month 8


Your eight month old infant is creeping, or even crawling around. So, it's time to babyproof your house yet again!

Newborn Development Month 7


During the seventh month, prepare for changes like standing up to bedtime rituals! Baby may also express some separation anxiety.

Newborn Development Month 6


Your six month old is getting ready for big changes like crawling, transitioning to solid foods and teething!

Newborn Development Month 5


Your five month old may start to respond to the sound of his name, and that recognition and awareness might extend to your baby's toys or bottle, too.

Newborn Development Month 4


Your four month old is probably cooing away, though you might not be able to understand what hes saying. Those sounds will eventually develop into language!

Newborn Development Month 3


At three months (9 weeks) of age, your infant may start to learn what, and who, she likes, responding differently to different people. Watch this to learn more!

Newborn Development Week 8


At eight weeks, your baby's brain is developing and your infant is interacting with the world around him. Watch this to learn more about your baby's development!

Newborn Development Week 7


In week 7, your newborn's senses develop and she'll start reacting in new and different ways to sounds, sights, and even smells. Watch this video to learn more.

Newborn Development Week 6


Week 6 is crucial to help establish a sleep routine. Your baby is starting to grab everything, and tummy time routine is paying off as your baby may now be able to lift up his head.

Newborn Development Week 5


After a month with your newborn, hopefully the pains of pregnancy and childbirth are just a memory. By week 5 he or she will smile, laugh, and coo at you regularly.

Newborn Development Week 4


Your newborn baby is probably still sleeping a lot, but week 4 may bring a treat - your baby's first smile. That ought to help ease your fatigue and bring a smile to your own face.

Newborn Development Week 3


Feeding and changing remain the top activities for your newborn in week 3. Crying is her only way to communicate and cuddling your crying baby can help.

Newborn Development Week 2


A newborn should sleep on his back, but let him play on his stomach to work his neck muscles. Also, get a lot of face time, he can't see very far yet, but your baby wants to see you!

Caring for your newborn - Bathing your baby


Dr. Siobhan Dolan visits a new mom to give her tips on how to give her newborn a bath.

Newborn Development Week 1


Your newborn will keep you busy as you will be feeding, and changing, your baby pretty much constantly. However, most newborns sleep up to 18 hours a day.

Parenting Talk Videos

Date: 16 April 2011, Saturday
Venue: Empire Hotel Subang
Hosted by Mattel Fisher-Price, The Power of Play workshop helped parents to understand the importance of brain development from birth to three years of a child, and to know how powerful play can be in all aspects of a child's development. The workshop was conducted by Ms Carrie Lupoli, the founder of Live and Learn Pte Ltd, Singapore, who holds a Bachelor of Science in Special Education, a Masters of Art in Special Education and a Masters of Education in School Adminstration and Leadership.

Power of Play Workshop Part 1

Registration, giving out of goodies bag & Introduction

Power of Play Workshop Part 2

Do we teach children to read at an earlier time?

Power of Play Workshop Part 3

Development of relationships in play.

Power of Play Workshop Part 4

Development at 9-11 months.

Power of Play Workshop Part 5

Questions & Answers session and Lucky Draw

Parenting Talk Videos

Date: 16 October 2010, Saturday
Venue: Armada Hotel
We hosted our second parenting talk for 2010 featuring two new topics for new mothers... Your Growing Baby - Understanding Infant and Toddler Development by Dr. Raja Juanita Raja Lope, Department of Paediatrics, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Benefits of InFant Massage And How To do it by Mrs Yam Phak Hong, a UK-trained State Registered Nurse with more than 30 years experience in the care of mothers and babies.

Parenting Talk Photo Slideshow

Parenting Talk Photo Slideshow - 16 Oct 2010, Armada Hotel.

Your Growing Baby - Part 1

Your Growing Baby - Understanding Infant and Toddler Development

Your Growing Baby - Part 2

Your Growing Baby - Understanding Infant and Toddler Development

Benefits of Infant Massage - Part 1

Benefits of infant massage and how to do it

Benefits of Infant Massage - Part 2

Benefits of infant massage and how to do it

Parenting Talk Videos

Date: 17 April 2010, Saturday
Venue: Armada Hotel
We hosted our first parenting talk for 2010, featuring two favourite topics for new mothers:
- Weaning Basics and Beyond by Mary Easaw - John, consultant dietition.
- Playing to Learn by Jennifer Hor, UK-trained nurse and midwife.

Weaning Basics and Beyond - Part 1

Right timing to wean, Practical weaning tips for parents, Cultivating good eating habits, How to get your child to eat, Benefits of probiotics for digestive health & immunity.

Weaning Basics and Beyond - Part 2

Right timing to wean, Practical weaning tips for parents, Cultivating good eating habits, How to get your child to eat, Benefits of probiotics for digestive health & immunity.

Weaning Basics and Beyond - Part 3

Right timing to wean, Practical weaning tips for parents, Cultivating good eating habits, How to get your child to eat, Benefits of probiotics for digestive health & immunity.

Weaning Basics and Beyond - Part 4

Right timing to wean, Practical weaning tips for parents, Cultivating good eating habits, How to get your child to eat, Benefits of probiotics for digestive health & immunity.

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