Your baby's skin is so soft and smooth and just delightful to touch. However, this also means that the skin is very sensitive and prone to bouts of the occasional irritating skin problem and when baby is irritated, chances are, so are you. Huggies® can help you along by identifying and offering treatments for specific skin conditions as well as general baby skin health care tips and advice.
Here are some useful tips to make sure you and your baby go through a smooth transition into the world of breastfeeding: Feed your baby as soon as you can - straight after the birth is ideal if you and your baby are well. Get…
Changing diapers can be a challenging, especially for a new mother. It is as important to know, as it is to know which is the right diaper for your baby. In this section we will try to help you understand important things like diaper rashes, how many times to change diapers and how to make sure your baby is comfortable in diapers.
Learning and Development
It’s a phase to test and learn. That’s what all babies do. It is important however to understand how your baby thinks and what is important to keep in mind. Here are some cues.
Newborn things to know
Talking to your partner and discussing what both of your expectations are for when your baby comes home will help to relieve some of the stress you may experience. You may find that your partner has a different idea of his role than you…
"Is she a good sleeper" is probably one of the most often asked questions when you have a baby. Advice offered within this section has been kindly supplied by the It's Time to Sleep program as a guide to all parents. This information in no way replaces any recommendation or guidelines made by your family doctor or health practitioner which specifically relates to your child.
Childhood immunisation was implemented to reduce the spread of certain harmful diseases amongst local communities. It has proven to be a very successful tool in keeping our kids healthy.
Infantile Eczema: All you need to know
Eczema is caused by skin inflammation and results in itchy and dry skin. Surprisingly, babies too may suffer from eczema, starting as early as when they are two months old. Eczema can be effectively treated and so, most children get completely cured. But some of the children with eczema, carry it to their adulthood or may develop other atopic illnesses like allergy and asthma.
Baby Skin Care Regime – Myths Busted!
Babies have very soft and delicate skin and along with other things, mothers take utmost care of it. But there are some myths about the skin care regime which we want to explain to all the beautiful mothers. So here we go!
6 Fun And Kulit Ways To Boost Baby's Physical Development
The first years of baby's life are the most important – this is when major brain and body development happens.
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Things To Keep In Mind While Bathing Your Baby
Never leave a child unattended in the bath. Don't plan a bath when your baby is tired due to over exertion. Bath water should be approximately 37-39°C
Everything You Need To Know Once You Come Home After Childbirth
Talking to your partner and discussing what both of your expectations are for when your baby comes home will help to relieve some of the stress you may experience.
Some not so common diapering tips
Did you know that your baby can go through over 2,000 diaper changes on their first year? While that number makes changing diapers sound like a chore, with enough practice, the right techniques, and proper support it will eventually be a breeze....
A step-by-step guide to diapering
It's important to choose a safe place to change your little one. Even belted onto the changing table, they can squirm right off, so always keep a hand on your baby. You could put a stim-mobile above the changing table to keep the little one occupied during changing time.
A diaper rash is a mild form of skin irritation associated with diaper-wearing. It results in reddish patches limited to the diaper area and is common amongst babies and infants, whether they wear diapers or cloth nappies. Symptoms of a diaper rash are usually mild and should clear up by practicing good hygiene.
Get the dirt on diapering
Tips and tricks to make diaper changes quick, easy and mess-free.