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You’ve probably heard the expression don’t cry over spilled milk. Whoever said that has never met a working mom who pumps breast milk at the office to keep her baby fed when she cannot be home. You work so hard for every ounce of nutrition for your baby that any tears shed over the loss […]
If you’re finding some nourishing foods that will help your baby grow strong, but you are stuck with the fear of gaining weight, or you just want to do something new to relieve stress during your pregnancy. Learn how to make a vegan cake is a great idea. In fact, there are many recipes for […]
Having a new baby is a beautiful experience. It is also an exhausting experience. Are you feeling frustrated because your adorable little baby isn’t sleeping through the night yet, despite your best efforts at baby sleep training? Don’t worry, you’re not alone! When I first became a new mom, I was so worried that I […]
Imagine a loud, crying baby who refuses to leave your arms and wants to be rocked (not even just held!) all the time! Imagine doing this day in and day out! Your arms would seem as if they are falling out and your hands would be just paining so much!
The formula aisle can be a confusing place to shop. There are multiple brands and types! It seems as if each brand has multiple types, making the choice even harder. If you use Enfamil, you may notice formula labeled “Newborn” and “Infant”. Naturally, you will wonder what the difference between Enfamil Newborn and Infant are, […]
A colicky baby can put a damper on the joy that a new child brings. You love your child to pieces, but he just won’t stop crying. Colic can cause babies to cry for hours on end for no apparent reasons. Or, your child may think that sleeping isn’t a good idea – ever!
As parents, we do tend to stress about many things. Whether it is stress during pregnancy or stress after the baby is born, we all worry about our babies. And one of the biggest worries for many mothers, after their babies are 8 to 10 months is that, when do babies stop drinking formula milk. […]