Baby care

Going Homemade: Fresh First Foods for Baby

Going Homemade: Fresh First Foods for Baby

09:16, 28 July 2017

Fresh Foods for Baby   Early No-cook Foods   Bananas Avocados Mango Peel, mash and serve.   First Purees   Apples or Pears   Peel, core and dice. Cook in saucepan (add 1 tbsp of water per apple,...

How to Keep Your Baby Healthy

How to Keep Your Baby Healthy

09:15, 28 July 2017

Having a baby is a life-changing experience. As a new mom, you will have many questions about how to keep the baby healthy. Regular checkups are important to make sure your baby is healthy and growing well. Here are a few common questions that new mothers have about their baby’s health:...

Early Signs of Autism

Early Signs of Autism

09:14, 28 July 2017

Having a child diagnosed with autism can be a difficult time. As a parent or caregiver, one of the most important things to do is to educate yourself and become familiar with the developmental milestones of your little ones’ life. As we know, there currently is not a cure for autism but...

Loving Hands – The Art of Baby Massage

Loving Hands – The Art of Baby Massage

09:13, 28 July 2017

The Traditional Art of Baby Massage   There has been a recent explosion in popularity of infant massage among today’s mothers because of the physical and emotional benefits massage offers to a developing baby. But as with most natural healing techniques it is by no means a...

Infant Balding

Infant Balding

09:17, 28 July 2017

Causes of Infant Balding   During the early stages of life, infants spend 16 to 18 hours sleeping on their back. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends placing infants on their back to minimize the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). However, continually placing...

Caring for Your Infant

Caring for Your Infant

09:11, 28 July 2017

Babies are fascinating individuals; no two are alike. Their ability to adapt to the strange new world outside the womb is astonishing. So too will be your ability to adapt to the needs of your infant. Before long you will know baby better than anyone else. Trust your instincts.  ...

Managing Colic

Managing Colic

08:49, 28 July 2017

After having read many baby books before your first baby will be born, you will most likely be well prepared for taking care of your sweet bundle of joy. You know that babies are supposed to sleep for three hours, and then nurse on both breasts with a nice burp in between or drink their...

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