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Newborn Essentials for Mealtime

Last update on March 1, 2017.

Newborn Essentials for Mealtime

Mealtime essentials for a newborn can be easy, especially if you breastfeed. You just need yourself and a hungry baby. Check! Check! And thank goodness for that.

As a new mom recovering from a c-section with a tiny baby fresh out of the NICU, I was overwhelmed with all things motherhood.  My brain was in ...

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Crying It Out: What Moms Think

Last update on March 1, 2017.

Crying It Out: What Moms Think

As a mom, you quickly figure out lots of ways to soothe a crying baby. Whether it’s cuddling her close and rocking together in a quiet room or singing a lullaby while walking around the house, you can usually find a technique that works.

But what happens when it doesn’t? Once in a ...

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Safe Baby Bath Temperature

Last update on March 1, 2017.

Safe Baby Bath Temperature

Most babies love (I mean really love!) bath time. But even though bath time can be fun, there are serious safety tips to follow to avoid accidents. In this article, part of our National Bath Safety Month series, we’ll cover the importance of safe bath temperatures for your baby.

Since babies can be scalded ...

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National Bath Safety Month: Safe Bathing for Baby

Last update on March 1, 2017.

National Bath Safety Month: Safe Bathing for Baby

  • January is National Bath Safety Month, and was established to help spread awareness about possible risks associated with bath time. While baths can be relaxing and fun for your little one, there are plenty of hazards in the bathroom which can make it one of the most dangerous rooms in your house. That’s why ...

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6 Tips for Soothing a Fussy Baby

Last update on March 1, 2017.

6 Tips for Soothing a Fussy Baby

Babies cry a lot. They’re notoriously famous for it. And despite our best efforts to handle a crying baby calmly and matter-of-factly, a crying baby can unnerve even the coolest, most experienced parents.

Studies have shown that we all react to a baby’s cry, even adults who aren’t parents. Researchers believe that ...

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Newborn Essentials for Mealtime

Last update on March 1, 2017.

Newborn Essentials for Mealtime

Mealtime essentials for a newborn can be easy, especially if you breastfeed. You just need yourself and a hungry baby. Check! Check! And thank goodness for that.

As a new mom recovering from a c-section with a tiny baby fresh out of the NICU, I was overwhelmed with all things motherhood.My brain was in ...

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Soothing Your Baby with Sound

Last update on March 1, 2017.

Soothing Your Baby with Sound

As a mom, you are equipped with all sorts of awesome instinctive tools for soothing a fussy baby.  Did you know your voice alone is extremely comforting for your baby? If you think about it, your little peanut has been listening to your voice long before she arrived. She started hearing your voice from the ...

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5 Reasons Why Your Baby is Cranky

Last update on March 1, 2017.

5 Reasons Why Your Baby is Cranky

The first few weeks with a newborn may be overwhelming since your life now includes understanding an adorable yet helpless little human. But during those initial weeks, newborns tend to cry for good reasons. They cry to let you know they’re hungry or they have a messy diaper. It makes sense. At some point ...

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Baby Development Series: 0-3 Months

Last update on Aug. 17, 2016.

Baby Development Series: 0-3 Months

Your sweet bundle of joy has finally arrived and she is the apple of your eye. She keeps everyone on their toes with her constant feedings, diaper changes, naps and the occasional crying fits that tend to jolt you out of your partial sleep at 2 a.m. What you might not realize is she ...

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The Best Ways to Ease a Fussy Baby

Last update on Aug. 17, 2016.

The Best Ways to Ease a Fussy Baby

When your baby isn’t eating, sleeping or being absolutely adorable, chances are she’s crying. If your newborn is already a few weeks old, you can probably decipher some of her cries and you’re in tune with what she needs. However, if you’re a brand new parent with a brand new baby ...

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