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Colic in newborn, Infant and Baby

Colic in newborn, Infant and Baby

What are causes of Colic and its treatment? Colic is defined as well as identified by excessive crying or baby is fussier. As general rule of thumb and very commonly persist, baby goes through a Colic period when they abnormally cry or become fussy and it looks something is irritating baby. It is comparative and […]

Baby Crying, how to make her comfortable

Baby Crying, how to make her comfortable

Young baby crying is powerful tool of communication It is normally common baby cries and in this way baby is communicating something is worrying her and she needs help. As parent you are awake in the midnight because your baby is crying and you fail understand the cause. At this time your objective is to […]

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My Baby Cries all the Time. How can I cheer up?

My Baby Cries all the Time. How can I cheer up?

Crying is your baby’s main means of communication. As she can’t talk, it’s the only way she can let you know that she needs something. It could be a feed, a nappy change, or just some attention from you. Seeing to your baby’s needs will help to comfort her.  Some babies, though, tend to cry […]

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Nursing guide for new mothers

Nursing guide for new mothers

Another wonder of being a mother is when you nurse your child yourself. Have you ever realized the bond between yourself and your baby? And how important it is for your baby to have you around? It is true that a mother’s love is irreplaceable. No matter how many instructions you get from your doctor, […]

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Lead exposure: Tips to protect your child

Lead exposure: Tips to protect your child

Young parents who have just had their first child become extra cautious about their baby’s health. Every sign, no matter how big or small it may be, is observed by parents. They protect their child from every possible hazard that may come their way. However, at times there are certain things that new parents may […]

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How to take your baby’s temperature?

How to take your baby’s temperature?

So your child is feeling under the weather and you’re probably clueless about what to do and where to start from. It’s okay. Babies run high on fever very often specially for the first three months following birth. This is because their body is trying to adjust to the atmosphere around it as well as […]

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Get your sleep – New Parent.

Get your sleep – New Parent.

Your normal routine before becoming a parent involved a good 8-9 hours sleep every night to be fresh and ready for the new day. But things changed drastically the moment your first child arrived. And this is nothing to worry about. As long as you take your parenting journey as an adventure and learn to […]

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Baby: Potty problems and toilet training tips

Baby: Potty problems and toilet training tips

When should we start potty training? (18 to 30 months) Children are able to control their bladder and bowels when they’re physically ready and when they want to be dry and clean. Every child is different, so it’s best not to compare your child with others. Bear in mind the following: most children can control […]

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Child & Parent Relationship, 10 Commandments of Good Parenting

Child & Parent Relationship, 10 Commandments of Good Parenting

Your relationship with your child likely needs attention. Does your child have behavior problems? Take 3-year-old child wants this toy, this candy, this something — and she wants it NOOOW! The crying starts, escalating into a full-blown tantrum. In his book, The Ten Basic Principles of Good Parenting, Laurence Steinberg, PhD, provides guidelines based on […]

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The Arrival of a New Sibling in home

The Arrival of a New Sibling in home

Your precious toddler the apple of your eye has likely enjoyed getting all of your attention until this point in his life. But with the imminent arrival of a new sibling, things are about to change. In order to soften the blow, it’s crucial to take steps to prepare your first baby for your second […]

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