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Workout for a Healthy, Strong Baby

  There are several exercises that you can do with your baby to help them to get stronger. Tummy Time The first exercise is tummy time. This is because most of the time, the baby is going to be spending their time on their belly. Therefore, when you put the baby on its stomach, it is […]

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Tips for Preparing and Storing Baby Formula

Chances of a baby being exposed to bacteria and falling sick are usually high in case the baby formula is not given the special care that it deserve. This means you have to make sure your baby care is correctly prepared and stored in a secure place. Below points explains how to prepare and store […]

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OH NO! MY BABY IS CRYING, WHAT DO I DO

We have all experienced a crying baby before? If you haven’t, then you’ve been living in the dark ages. This is not your fault either. Babies cry. They cry for different reasons. There is no way to prevent this. There is, however, a way to calm your baby down. THE CARRIERS Buy yourself a baby […]

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Breastfeeding for Beginners

Breast feeding is the best method to feed a baby. This is because human milk as opposed to cow milk or soya beans, is made specifically for this purpose. Unfortunately, hospitals seem to be encouraging the culture of bottle-feeding. Contrary to what most people tend to believe, breastfeeding need not be a tiring or a […]

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Building a Secure Attachment Bond With Your Baby

It takes over a few mere minutes for a bond to be created but once it’s there, it can be the strongest connecting invisible force between two people. Although people usually think that a bond is created instantly, it actually takes a while for one to happen. Some people are fortunate enough to have the […]

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Top 6 Ways to Calm a Crying Baby

The sound of a baby crying is abrasive, but all parents learn to live with it. Babies cry for a variety of reasons. They could need a diaper change, something to eat, a nap, or some affection. A tummy ache or colic may also be the culprit. A sling or baby carrier could be a […]

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Wait! Don’t Wash That Newborn! Why You Should Delay Baby’s First Bath

There is a common belief among hospital attendants that a baby should be bathed immediately he is born. The belief is not based on any medical proof and therefore not a must that the newborn be bathed immediately. As a parent to a newborn, it is necessary for you to decide on when the baby […]

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Tracking Your Child’s Milestones – Infographic

Great infographic on your child’s social, physical, cognitive, and language development, help parents “understand children’s development and apply that understanding to provide excellent education and care.”

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Choosing a Best Baby Walker – Must Have Safety Features

With so many baby walkers out there, only some of them make the grade. And who wants to trust anything, but the best for your baby? Especially with products being recalled because of children being injured, or even killed in some cases, it’s always best to search more in depth for high safety, and great […]

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Keeping The Baby’s Teeth Clean And Health

Caring For the First Baby’s Teeth The first baby’s teeth grows at the age of around six months. It is essential for you to clean your baby’s first teeth after every meal. You can use a piece of damp cloth, gauze or more preferably baby toothbrush to clean them up. You should also use fluoridated […]

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