Parenting & Kids

Your baby will master many milestones during their first year of life, including sitting up on their own. But many parents often wonder, “When can baby sit up?”

In this article, you’ll discover when your baby might be ready to sit up, the signs and stages of sitting up, and 10 ways to help your little one master this fun and important milestone!

It's 10:30 p.m., and your toddler is bouncing off the walls. Usually, they are asleep long before now. But they’ve been staying up later than normal the last few days and then waking up at night. Is it the dreaded toddler sleep regression you've heard so much about?

When do babies start talking? It’s a process, and it depends on your child’s unique development.

Simply put, before learning to speak a language, babies experiment with sound by babbling and cooing. After that, they learn to say words like “mama” and “dada,” start putting together two or three-word sentences, and, before you know it, they’re having a whole conversation with you.

Rocking bassinets are grabbing the attention of many parents. This twist on a traditional bassinet takes inspiration from rocking cradles to help you soothe your fussy baby to sleep with less work on your part.

If you’re considering buying a rocking, moving, or “smart” bassinet, there’s an increasing number of options available. Here’s what you need to know before you shop.

You want your precious baby to have a safe, comfortable bed wherever life takes you. That’s why you’ve been thinking about buying a travel bassinet. But you still have a few questions about this type of bed, and you’re not sure if it’s a good fit for your little one.

To help you decide, we’ve put together this travel bassinet buying guide. We’ll walk you through different portable bed options, talk about key features to look for and provide tips to help keep your baby safe all night long.

Do you sleep better with the sound of a fan or the rain pitter-pattering outside? Your little one may feel the same way. White noise for baby can be a helpful tool to lull them to sleep and keep them sleeping soundly.

Your baby spent nine months getting accustomed to the beating of your heart, the air going through your lungs, and many other ambient sounds. It’s no wonder that white noise would be a welcomed addition to their sleep outside of the womb.

Developmental milestones can be exciting for you and your little one. The first roll onto their back, the first crawl, those first words, and their first steps. But when it comes to skills, such as when to start potty training, it can be challenging to know when your child is ready.

So when do you start potty training? This article will help you know the signs your toddler’s ready and share some tips on how to tackle this important milestone in your child’s development.

New parents have a lot of things to worry about. One thing you definitely don’t need is anxiety about your child’s safety when you finally get your little one to go to sleep. So what do you need to know about bassinet safety?

Curious about the Montessori bed? You’re probably not alone. For many parents, this may be the first time they’ve heard those words together in the same sentence. What’s more, the Montessori concept itself may be completely new.

That’s OK. Newton Baby is here to help!

Babies grow so fast! Before you know it, your little one will be ready for a big kid bed. At that point, you get to decide which type of bed you want them to sleep on. One option is a toddler floor bed.

To help you determine if this type of bed is the right choice, let's look at its specs and explore some of its pros and cons.