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by Ivana StamenkovicPosted on: January 4th, 2018
Have you ever wondered how to establish a good bedtime routine with your baby? Once your baby is around three months old, you might start introducing a bedtime routine. Ideal time for a regular bedtime routine is between 6:30 pm and 8:30 pm. You don't want your baby to become too tired. It's also better to keep your routine short and simple in the beginning, not more than 20 to 30 minutes. Especially if your baby is too young.
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by Ivana StamenkovicPosted on: December 2nd, 2017
Have you already thought about introducing solids to your baby? Do you know which way are you going to choose - spoon-fed weaning or baby-led weaning? Until recently, spoon-fed weaning was a logical choice for many parents, but, are you sure you know everything you need to know about it? What Is a Spoon-Fed Weaning? - Spoon-fed weaning (SFW) is a classic way of introducing solids to your baby. As its name says - you offer food to your baby with a spoon.
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by Casey AndersonPosted on: August 26th, 2017
Childhood is the time when we as people are most open to new ideas, hobbies, manners etc. This is when we absorb the most from the world around us. It’s also for many children a time when our world is the smallest. Most young kids don’t travel far outside their immediate area, and do not get to witness different environments and cultures. One thing we can do to help broaden their horizons is read to them and with them as they get older. Not only will reading introduce your children to worlds, people, places, creatures and things they could never have imagined...
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by Ivana StamenkovicPosted on: August 13th, 2017
As with any other baby equipment, you have to follow your baby's (and your own) preferences and needs. Some babies will happily accept any type of bottle and nipple that goes with it, while others will have their favorite and won't be happy with any other except the one they prefer. You’ll probably have to try a few different types to find the right one. Sometimes you'll notice that a particular bottle is more suitable for your baby - many bottles are designed to prevent some feeding problems (such as colic, gas or spit-up) by venting air more efficiently.
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by Ivana StamenkovicPosted on: July 31st, 2017
During the warm and humid days, air conditioners are required to help regulate temperature both in the car and indoor. However, what happens when a baby arrives in the house? Is it safe to use the air conditioner in the room where the newborn is? So, if you were ever wondering if the cold air could be harmful to your new baby and weaken her immune system - keep reading for the answers. Is It Safe to Use an Air Conditioner in Your Baby's Room?
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by Casey AndersonPosted on: July 14th, 2017
We talked before about good habits when it comes to your toddlers watching TV, now we’re going to talk about some good shows. You might have some old personal favorites that you want to show your kids, educational or no. I tend to introduce all kids to Rikki Tikki Tavi, as well as Fraggle Rock and some other shows that were popular when I was young. Definitely do that! Take the opportunity to share with your child things that you loved when you were their age. Aside from that, here are some of our favorite shows you can find on TV now. Some only available as reruns, but still worth watching.
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by Ivana StamenkovicPosted on: July 5th, 2017
Once you bring your baby home, you must do everything to keep her safe. She completely depends on you. Always remember that the most important thing when it comes to safety is prevention. Accidents are preventable, but you must now what are the potential hazards, so you'd know how to prevent them. Before your baby comes to your home, you should childproof your house to ensure that your baby's environment is safe at all times. This is especially important as she starts to grow and becomes more active.
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by Casey AndersonPosted on: June 21st, 2017
All parents want to get a good night's sleep; all babies need to have a good night's sleep. One way to help facilitate that is by making bedtime routines. A bed time routine is something that is good for all ages, from babies to adult, and you might just find your night routine for your baby helps you fall asleep as well. Reading to your baby has many benefits, it helps them bond with you and the sound of your voice, it's been known to help increase vocabulary when they're older, and it is soothing and relaxing for both you and baby.
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by Ivana StamenkovicPosted on: June 15th, 2017
Most of their time newborns spend in their crib, so it's important to choose a crib that meets all safety rules. You should also pay attention when choosing all of the crib's features such as a mattress and bedding. Before buying a crib, some parents use a cradle or a bassinet. They are smaller and have lower weight limits, so your baby will outgrow them quickly. The most important thing when buying a crib is that it meets all safety rules. Always check if there have been any recalls on that brand. Be particularly careful when using a second-hand crib.
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by Ivana StamenkovicPosted on: June 1st, 2017
First-time parents are often scared that their baby will be too hot or too cold since newborns can't regulate their own body temperature. But it's important that you dress your baby adequate to the weather and temperature, no matter whether you're outside or inside. Even though you want to protect your baby from overheating or getting too cold, there's no need to adjust her clothing to every temperature degree change. While she was in the womb the baby's temperature was about 100°F (about 37,7°C). Once she gets out, her body temperature should be somewhere between 96,8°F and 98,6°F (between 36° and 37°C).
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