Thursday, April 15, 2021

Did You Know?

Breast milk or formula is the only food your newborn needs, and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends exclusive breast-feeding for the first six months after birth. But by ages 4 months to 6 months, most babies are ready to begin eating solid foods as a complement to breast-feeding or formula-feeding. Always consult your pediatrician before starting solid foods or...

Diapering

DIAPER CHANGE This is something you’ll be doing a lot!  This section will guide you step by step on getting to grips with diaper change, and also advice you on protection against diaper rash and it’s causes. Changing your baby’s diaper is a very important skill that you would want to learn straight away. It’s part of your daily routine...

Sun Protection

Sun Safety Babies and young children can’t cool themselves as well as adults so they’re more at risk of overheating and developing a heat-related illness. The tips below will help keep your child happy and healthy in the heat: TIPS FOR LITTLE BABIES DIRECT SUNLIGHT Babies less than six months...
There are three basic ways to burp a baby, It’s best to try all three to see which one gets the job done best for your baby. 1.On your shoulder: Hold your baby firmly against your shoulder. Support her bottom with one hand, gently pat or rub her back with...
Instant noodles and all the instant store-bought food items are not a healthy choice for your children. These noodles have got no nutritional value and the studies have indicated that they are leading to the problems linked to obesity in developing nations. These items are cheaper and easily available and cook...
To begin with you may find it easier to use a baby bath seat, with a rubber mat or a sponge bath base. Just place your baby bath seat as it is, in the sink or place it on the rubber or sponge mat over your bathroom counter. Never leave your baby alone in the bath, not even for a...

Well being

DID U KNOW: Breastfeeding reduces mama’s risk of ovarian and breast cancer, heart disease, and osteoporosis.  The longer you breastfeed, the higher the benefit. Happy feeding!

Colic

Understanding Colic: Treatment Colic should go away by the time your baby is 4 months old. Until then, try these tips. These may soothe your colic baby and give you some relief too. 1.Feeding Tips It’s a good idea to keep a check on your baby’s formula milk or what you eat if you’re breastfeeding. Generally it’s not...

Crawling

Crawling is your baby's first routine of getting around efficiently on his own. In the standard crawl, he'll start by learning to balance on his hands and knees. Then he'll figure out how to move forward and backward by pushing off with his knees. This will help strengthening his muscles that will soon enable him to walk.

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