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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.While […]
Your baby is sick, and you are desperate for a way to help him hold down some liquids. Every mother knows this feeling. Watching your child vomit and feel horrible tears a mother’s heart apart.
Is it Safe to Give Distilled Water for Babies? If you want to give your baby some water, you may realize there are different types of water. Some are not recommended for kids.
Babies tend to have sensitive skin, and chemical-laden laundry detergents can harm their skin or cause an adverse reaction. Parents need to research the best laundry detergent for babies so they can avoid any rashes or allergic reactions.
Babies are known for experiencing upset stomachs and acid reflux frequently throughout their first few months of life. Their tummies are so gentle and sensitive; anything can cause them to feel a bit crummy.
Sleep regressions are one of the many nightmares that parents face during the first year of a child’s life. Once you are past a growth spurt or a sleep regression
As a new mother, one of the biggest challenges we face is breastfeeding. Does your baby seem to feed very frequently and for long times? Do you feel your baby is breastfeeding ALL the time?
A lot of mothers have this question – How do I get rid of my breastmilk, if I am not breastfeeding? Many of us suffer from engorged breasts, milk leakage