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When baby is ready to have something other than milk, most parents are overjoyed. Their baby can now sit at the table and eat with everyone else. Here are ten ideas to get you started on the road to food self-sufficiency.
You may have heard the term colic applied to any baby who cries a great deal. Not all crying babies have colic, but all colicky babies cry ? and they cry hard. They may stiffen their little bodies, or curl up as if in pain. They may cry so hard that they don’t seem like they even know you are there. When babies cry like this, they take in a lot of air, which creates gas and more pain, which makes them cry even more.
Here’s something that may really surprise you: As much as we may want our babies to sleep through the night, our own subconscious emotions sometimes hold us back from encouraging change in our babies’ sleeping habits. You yourself may be the very obstacle preventing a change in a routine that disrupts your life. So let’s figure out if anything is standing in your way.
Babies start learning the day they are born. Babies learn while they are in the womb. Yet, once they are born, learning to take a bottle is learning a new task and each day the learning progress goes on. It is never too early to teach a baby new tricks. What better to than helping […]
“Help your baby reach her potential,” . . . “Put your baby in front of his peers,”. . . “Create a baby genius,”. . . The claims are spread across the pages of parenting magazines and television screens alarming parents that all the other babies have already started the race. But can we take these […]
The wallpaper mural is dry, the newborn diapers are stacked neatly in the closet, and the days seem to pass by excruciatingly slowly in anticipation of baby’s arrival. It’s an exciting time, not just because of the baby, but the exquisite feeling of taking a full breath again without an elbow jabbing at your kidney. […]
Newborns don’t come with instruction manuals. Therefore new parents are often afraid they don’t know everything they need to know in regard to their bundle of joy. While you may not know everything about babies, you can learn. And one thing you’ll want to learn is cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Here’s why every parent should know […]
Recently a popular mode of carrying infants is with a sling. Over 1 million baby slings have been sold by Infantino and there had been 3 cases of infant deaths associated with them. The government agency Consumer Product Safety Commission recommends that parents stop using the sling for infants under 4 months of age. It […]