A New Awareness Discovering The World

While life with a three- to six-month-old still has its ups and downs, its calmer and more predictable than the first few weeks. The whirlwind of activity that greets the arrival of a new baby has died down; cards and gifts have stopped arriving; and both parents (but especially the mother) are beginning to feel…

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The Right Amount of Water to Give Your Baby

A certain amount of water is recommended for everyone, particularly during the warmer seasons because the heat can dehydrate someone quickly. However, what most people don’t realize is that infants up to 6 months old can be given too much water. A 1997 Clinicians Reviews survey of new mothers discovered that almost 25 percent gave…

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Why You Should Use Homemade Baby Food

Something that many new parents wrestle with is whether or not they should make their own baby food or buy it in jars from the store. A significant number of these parents go on to actually create their own home made baby food. There are actually some very good reasons for this, too. The baby…

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Tips for Purchasing a Baby Stroller

One of the most important pieces of baby equipment you’ll need for your new baby is a stroller. They’re available in many styles and brands. They also have various features that make each one different from another one. The one you choose for your baby should be a very versatile one so that you don’t…

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Baby Bath Activities The Top 5 Tips

Bathtime with baby should be a fun, enjoyable time that gives you an opportunity to relax and connect with your little one. And yet many parents find it a daunting experience, with all that water, finding the right temperature, a wriggly (and sometimes crying) baby and not enough hands available to do all the necessary…

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How to Choose the Best Toys for Babies

For the first two months of life, babies typically only sleep and eat. They don’t care about a lot of other things unless it’s having a clean diaper and being cuddled. Beyond that two month mark, babies start to become interested in their world. At first, they simply watch activities going on around them. Then,…

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