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Tips to Get Your Baby to Sleep through the Night

Getting your baby to sleep is a feat in itself. For all those who think we are exaggerating, wait till your little one comes along.  Fresh out of childbirth, you’re extremely exhausted. You’re dying to get a good night’s sleep, but you’re baby does not allow it. Not that he or she is doing it on purpose, only that they ... Read More »

Tips to Stop Weaning Your Baby

You’re maternity leave is coming to an end. Soon you will be returning to work and you have to think about additional options to keep your baby nourished and satiated at all times. Whether weaning is a personal decision or a result of another factor, you are going to have to do it one day or the other. But, the ... Read More »

Mastering the Diaper Change: A Guide

A newborn typically goes through 10-12 diapers a day including majority wet and a few solid ones. Changing diapers is a real test for new parents. No matter how much you plead, your little one won’t stand still. To add, he may continue with his business spraying a bit on you in the bargain.  All the mischief is forgiven!  What ... Read More »

5 Ways to Measure your Baby’s Body Temperature

Body temperature is an important indication of a baby’ overall health. Many mothers still use the palm of their hand to feel their baby’s body. They try to determine if the baby has a fever or not by feeling their forehead or the armpits. Though popularly used, these temperature-measuring techniques are not accurate enough. To get the accurate body temperature ... Read More »

Tips to Care for your Newborn’s Umbilical Cord

The umbilical cord plays a crucial role in the growth and development of the fetus in the womb. It supplies blood and nourishment to the baby while also facilitating the elimination of wastes. After birth, the mother fulfills the baby’s nourishment needs through breastfeeding. Therefore, it does not require the umbilical cord any longer. The umbilical cord is clamped soon ... Read More »

5 Mistakes Every New Parent Makes

No parent is perfect! Whether they are the parents of a teen or those of an infant, everyone makes a few mistakes. At least the others have some first hand knowledge in the art of parenting, but parents to newborn have only started taking their baby steps in this alien domain.  If you are a new parent, there is no ... Read More »

Survival Tips for a New Mom

You counted up to this day for the past nine months. You waited eagerly for the arrival of your bundle of joy. The innocent smile on his face as he sleeps by your side gives you a sense of satisfaction. But, deep inside you’re fighting a tough battle.  The crazy sleep schedules, the feeding difficulties, the diaper frenzy, the household ... Read More »

How Much Sleep Does Your Baby Need?

When a mother sees her newborn snoozing all day and up during most hours of the night, she wonders whether it is normal. She is concerned about her child getting the right amount of sleep and questions the erratic sleep patterns.  If you’re a new parent, there is no need to worry about the way your child sleeps. Babies are ... Read More »

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