13 Tips For Breastfeeding Your Baby
Feed your baby as soon as you can - straight after the birth is ideal if you and your baby are well.
How To Breast Feed Correctly?
Breast-feeding is new to your baby as well as to you, and you may both need enough practice before you feel you've got it right.
10 Things You Didn’t Know About Breast Milk + Feeding
Breastfeeding is completely natural, and gives your baby the very best start in life by providing antibodies via the colostrum produced in the early days after birth.
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!
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.
Toddler - Speech Development
Here are some simple but effective ways to keep your child talking:
ARTICLE WITH TOPIC
One of the most exciting aspects of having a new baby will be welcoming it home and into your family. But, even if you subscribe to the most pared down and simplistic of home making philosophies, there are some essentials you won’t be able to do without.
Sleeping Requirements of baby - The Routine
Sleep is plays a crucial role in the growth and development of babies. Generally, a new-born will sleep for 16 to 18 hours, at regular intervals both during the day, as well as at night.
Baby Care: 1 Month Old Baby
Welcoming your baby into your family has probably changed your life. Each day is passing in a blur and it will be a challenge to find time to do anything other than attend to your baby’s needs.
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
Diapering 101 - because change is good
Here you'll learn how to master the delicate art of diaper changing. When diapering is not a chore, you'll find that both you and your baby can enjoy the time you spend together in this daily routine. Over the years, we've learned plenty about diapering babies — and have gathered some of the best suggestions right here.
In the first year your bub will spend most of its time in the cot, so it’s important to choose a suitable quality item. See the following checklist as a guide when choosing a cot: A sparse cot is safest – nothing to smother or overheat your baby, nothing to climb on or tangle with.