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Every parent needs to know how to swaddle their baby. It's an essential skill to have if you want your baby to get sound, restful sleep. It's also important for your family's sanity. When your baby is in the womb, she feels safe and secure because that's all she knows, so you want to simulate that environment for her by wrapping her tightly before she falls asleep. A good swaddle will also prevent her from startling herself awake at night. Here's how to swaddle your baby. 1. Lay a receiving...

Introducing solid foods is an important step in your baby’s development. You get to watch your baby’s reactions as he or she experiences all new types of textures and tastes, which can be a lot of fun! Studies show that children who are fed nutritious, healthy diets at a young age carry those habits with them throughout the rest of their life and enjoy healthier lives. Making baby food at home is simple process. Using fresh foods, a blender, and ice cube trays, you can quickly puree regular food items...

Newborns all have one thing in common: they wake their parents up at night. After several months of sleepless nights and interrupted sleep, you might start to feel stressed and anxious. Around four or five months old, however, your baby's sleep patterns should be normalizing into longer stretches of slumber. With a bit of encouragement and sleep training, your baby will be sleeping through the night in no time. Here are some tips. 1. Soothe her to sleepiness Another way to get your baby to sleep through the night is to...

It isn’t necessary to consult with your doctor over every little matter. If your baby has a cold, or gas, or struggles with teething pain, there’s likely nothing wrong – she’s just growing up. In our medication-happy society, we often turn to pharmaceuticals to solve our problems, but several natural remedies to common baby problems are available around the home. Here are a few: 1. Decongest your baby with an onion. If your little one is congested or has a cold, slice an onion into several pieces (you want to...

Babies need a bit of quiet time during the day so they can feel relaxed and get used to playing on their own. It's also helpful to calm things down before putting her to bed. While it's important to give your baby lots of attention so stimulate his learning, everyone has their limit. Sometimes you just need to take a step back and let baby explore on her own and learn to focus on one thing at a time. Use these four methods to spend some quiet time with your infant. ...

It's an exciting time when your playful little one is sitting up confidently. You can tell he's about to crawl and you can't wait to tell your family and friends. If your baby looks like he's ready, but hasn't made the attempt yet, don't fear. Use these five tips to encourage your baby to crawl. 1. Give him space. You want to make sure that your baby has plenty of room to explore and potentially crawl. If you’re trying to get your baby to crawl in your living room, and...

Once the fear of having a new infant has finally ebbed, your family may be wondering, what do we do now? Babies, while adorable, aren't always fountains of fun and excitement. Rather than indulging in hours of baby talk, there are some activities that will not only strengthen your bond with your child but also help them improve cognitive skills. Play these games with your baby today. 1. Have a Dance Party Having a baby dance party is a great way to enhance your baby’s development.  Hold your child and...

As a new mom, there will be tons of products and pieces of equipment you’ll need for your little bundle of joy. Even after you have picked up clothes, diapers, and wipes, you’ll find reasons to buy more items. Below are my six picks for some of the best products that new moms will love. 1. Eco-Teether Organic Crib Rail Cover ($49.99) Teething babies find anything to chew on – their toes, their toys, mom, and the furniture, including their crib. The Eco-Teether crib rail was created a well-informed, eco-chic mom...

While babies are a wonderful part of life, they can be expensive. Between baby supplies, doctor visits, and special equipment/furniture, you may spend more than you expect. Hopefully you have budgeted for the additional costs, but you’ll still want to find ways to save money during the first few years of your child’s life. Here are some tips.   1. Breastfeed Aside from a variety of health benefits, breastfeeding will save a lot of money. Formula can cost $100 per month or more. With consistency and practice, you can easily...

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