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Facts About Baby’s Sleep That Will Surprise You

Facts About Baby’s Sleep That Will Surprise You 0

All new parents hope to get their little one sleeping peacefully through the night as soon as possible. But with so much advice available, it can be difficult to know whether you are helping or hindering your baby’s sleeping routine...

  • Agnes Yoon
A Guide To Feeding Your Infant

A Guide To Feeding Your Infant 0

One of the many things your baby will learn in his first year is to how to consume solid foods. Though there is no exact time your baby is ready to make the transition, the guide below will help you identify signs when your baby may be ready to start solid foods...
  • Agnes Yoon
How to Handle An Infant’s Cold

How to Handle An Infant’s Cold 0

With the arrival of the winter season, babies are even more susceptible to catching a cold this time of the year. Although looking after a sick child can be tough for parents, there are ways to identity when baby has a cold, and how they can help to alleviate discomfort.

  • Agnes Yoon
How To Measure Baby’s Temperature

How To Measure Baby’s Temperature 0

There are various ways to measure a baby’s body temperature when you suspect he or she may have a fever. Although obtaining a reading via the rectum is generally considered the most precise, other types of readings can also provide accurate results...

  • Agnes Yoon
How to Deal with Fever in Babies

How to Deal with Fever in Babies 0

A fever is not an illness, but an indication that the body’s immune system is fighting off an illness, and mostly only last a few days. Although it can be very worrisome when your baby is running a fever, it is rarely causes any harm...
  • Agnes Yoon
Sleep and Your Baby: Learn to Establish A Good Habit Early On

Sleep and Your Baby: Learn to Establish A Good Habit Early On 0

Newborns typically sleep around 16 hours per day, occurring around-the-clock in short bursts of about 2-3 hours, and usually in between feeds. Some even have their days and nights backward at first, sleeping more in the day and less at night...

  • Agnes Yoon
How To Deal With Your Baby’s Congested Nose

How To Deal With Your Baby’s Congested Nose 0

Nasal congestion in babies is very common especially within the first 6 months. The main causes range from a common cold, dry air, allergies or irritants, but could also be an indication of a more serious condition.
  • Agnes Yoon
How to Develop a Bond With Your New Baby

How to Develop a Bond With Your New Baby 1

‘Bonding’ refers to the special, long lasting attachment that forms between parents and their newborn. This bond is important as it is what compels parents to love their child unconditionally, and instinctively want to protect and nurture them.
  • Agnes Yoon
7 Common Mistakes New Parents Make and How to Avoid Them

7 Common Mistakes New Parents Make and How to Avoid Them 0

As a new parent you are bound to make mistakes along the way. After all, life is all about learning from them and moving on. But there are some mistakes that you might be making and are not even aware of...
  • Agnes Yoon
Learn to Interact with Your Baby

Learn to Interact with Your Baby 0

Even before your little one learns to speak, it is important to put time and effort into interacting with them. Doing so not only encourages the development of their communication and speech skills, but helps to foster an intimate bond between you and your child.
  • Agnes Yoon
The Amazing Benefits Breastfeeding Provides to Both You and Your Baby

The Amazing Benefits Breastfeeding Provides to Both You and Your Baby 0

One of the most important decisions expectant parents need to make is how they will feed their baby. Although there are many milk powder options in the market boasting of formulas filled with the necessary vitamins and supplements infants need, research has found that mother’s milk will give your baby the best possible start in life.
  • Agnes Yoon
Protect Your Baby from Germs and Bacteria with these Simple Steps

Protect Your Baby from Germs and Bacteria with these Simple Steps 0

First time parents are often taken by surprise at the intensity of feelings and emotions that hit them when seeing their newborn face to face for the very first time. Among this sense of overwhelming, unconditional love comes a strong parental instinct to make sure the little one is protected from any harmful thing they could possibly encounter in this world.

 

  • Agnes Yoon