What You Need To Know About Newborn Feeding
In feeding babies, parents need to take a lot of things in consideration. Parents need to make a vital decision whether or not they want their baby to be breastfed. Breast milk is definitely best for babies, but commercially prepared formulas are also designed to provide the needed nutrients of infants. Ultimately, parents have the […]
Is My Baby Constipated?
Along with colic and diaper rash, constipation is also a common concern among parents of infants. With babies having irregular bowel movements, many parents often worry that their babies are constipated. But can you really rely on the frequency of bowel movements alone to indicate constipation? For many of us, the regularity of our bowel […]
Spitting up: Ways On How To Deal With Your Baby’s Reflux
A few months after my daughter was born, I noticed that she was spitting up a lot. I was a quite concerned whether she was getting enough nutrients because it usually happened after every feeding. I brought her in for a check up and my pediatrician told me that my daughter has infant acid reflux. […]
How To Deal With Colicky Babies?
Parenting during the first few months of a baby’s life, can be quite challenging. Parents usually take the first few months establishing a bond with the baby, as well as coping with the added responsibility of taking care of a newborn. However, there are instances that caring for your baby may be really difficult.
8 Easy Ways To Increase Your Milk Supply
Breast milk is the best food for your baby. It contains enough nutrients essential for the baby’s growth until about 4 to 6 months of age. Breastfeeding can remarkably lower your child’s risk from many types of infections and allergies. It may also protect your child from health issues like eczema, asthma, obesity, diabetes and […]