Preparation Guide for your Newborn
Mummies to-be, are you hearing not-so-great stories about breaking rest and a million diaper changes? It really isn’t that bad – if you are well prepared! So read up – here’s everything you need to know about preparing for junior.
10 Unexpected Ways to Soothe a Crying Baby
You’ve fed, changed, burped, cuddled, swaddled. You’re pretty sure your baby isn’t too hot or too cold, under stimulated or overstimulated. They’re not sick, uncomfortable or teething.
Coping with New Baby
There can be a whole range of challenges that parents face in first weeks of becoming a parent. Some examples include recovering from birth, breastfeeding, and settling your baby.
The concept of immunising children was implemented to reduce the spread of disease. Since its implementation, it has been proven to be successful with several diseases.
Every sleep deprived parent’s holy grail is getting their baby to sleep through the night.
Why do toddlers cry? Well that’s a very good question. When your baby becomes a toddler, different things will make her cry depending on how much sleep she has had, whether she is hungry, is she in a grumpy mood, in fact just about anything may set off the crying.
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How to Set Up an Efficient Changing Station
Newborn babies can easily go through 10 diapers a day, so before your baby arrives, it’s a good idea to make sure you’ve got all the supplies you need and a safe, functional, baby-friendly area set up for diaper duty.
The Benefits of Breastfeeding
Like every mother, we’re sure you’ll always make your decisions based on what’s best for your baby, even if it means having to face challenges.
Care for Your Newborn Sensitive Skin
There’s nothing you like more than cuddling your baby’s super soft skin. So it’s a good thing your baby’s skin is so sensitive that your touch is soothing, nurturing and vital to their development
Tips for Breastfeeding Success
Your baby is born with a suckling instinct that’s strongest in the first hour of birth. If you’re both well, take advantage of this so that breastfeeding is easier.
The last thing you’ll feel like just after birth is exercise – and in the following weeks, what with all that breastfeeding, settling, bleeding and recovering from childbirth, it’s hard to get motivated to do much else.
How to Burp Your Baby Comfortably
As your baby hungrily gulps down breast milk or formula, they’re also swallowing a lot of air. Since your newborn spends most of their time lying down, that air sits in their oesophagus and results in a gassy, cranky baby and spit up.