Baby Care: 2 Month Old Baby
If you feel as if you’re investing a lot of energy with very little return, this month may turn the tide a little.
Baby Care: 3 Month Old Baby
The magic 3 month period has arrived and with it a whole new range of developmental changes for your baby.
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.
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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What Is A Diaper Rash?
Babies have a very delicate and sensitive skin that’s prone to rashes and inflammations. The diaper that your baby wears can also cause irritation and might result in diaper rash.
How to set up an efficient changing station
Newborn babies can easily go through 10 diapers a day, so before your baby arrives, it’s a good idea to make sure you’ve got all the supplies you need and a safe, functional, baby-friendly area set up for diaper duty.
What every diaper bag needs to have
Ensure your diaper bag is equipped for any emergency with our packing guide. So you’ve got your routine in place and you’re pretty confident about seeing to your baby’s needs at home.
"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.
Bonding with Your Newborn
The first few weeks of your little one’s life helps set the for your relationship.
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.