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Breastfeeding Tips

Nursing your baby may be the most natural thing, but it’s not the easiest job. Most moms will have a lot of work before they’re able to breastfeed naturally. These 15 tips will help new moms and moms-to-be on breastfeeding and increasing lactation: – Try to breastfeed within the first hour of birth. This helps your uterus contract while providing valuable colostrum. – Prepare for your milk to come in. This occurs on about the third or fourth day after birth. You’ll know it’s happened because your breasts suddenly increase several cup sizes! – Your baby is good at giving

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Types of Baby Thermometers

Handling an infant’s first fever can be pretty frightening, which is the reason why you need to have the ideal infant thermometer in your first-aid kit. Any fever over 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit is a serious business, especially if your baby is less than three months old. Considering that the “touch test” isn’t necessarily reliable or precise, and babies cannot tell you how they feel, a baby thermometer that is especially invented to measure and display babies’ temperature is the very best way to find out if you have to make a visit to the emergency room, call your pediatrician or only

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Introducing solid foods to your baby

After six months feeding your baby exclusively on breast milk, it may be the time to slowly introduce solid food to her. Is there a feeding schedule to follow? What are the recommended food and snacks to give to my baby? Will she choke? Those are just a few questions many parents usually ask their doctor in this stage of their child’s life, and it’s completely normal to be scared and confused since it’s all new for the whole family. But before getting started, it’s important to tell if your baby is ready for it. Once they double their weight

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Baby Care in Summer

Summer is almost here and if you have a baby or a toddler at home and want to enjoy nice outdoor activities with your family, you must be careful with the harmful Sun rays that can be extra dangerous to your little one’s sensitive skin. Not only protect your child’s skin from the sun, but you need to consider all the elements that may help her get more comfortable in the warmth of the season. Having proper cool and ventilated clothes as well as safety gear, make sure she is always hydrated and, of course, the right swimwear to avoid

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Taking a baby to Orlando Theme Parks: essential gear you’ll need

Taking your baby to Disney World or any other theme park in Orlando certainly is going to be a lot of fun, since all the parks have a lot of great rides and areas designed for the little ones, not to mention the characters meet and greet interactions that provide magical moments your family will never forget. Planning your day in advance and preparing yourself and your baby for it make all the difference in whether you will have a good time or a lot of worries. In order to better help parents pack up and get ready for a

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Simple toys can help special needs children to develop their skills

Toys can be a great way to keep children busy and entertained for a long time, however, they also help the little ones to unconsciously learn and develop their skills, such as logical thinking, language organization, and motor skills. Some of the benefits from playing with toys can be observed by teachers and psychologists as kids are able to socialize and understand basic rules of coexistence. And when it comes to special needs children, they work very well to stimulate and improve a specific ability. For instance, a simple board game is great for hand movement and directions, left and

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Baby Dam Bathtub Divider The BabyDam Bathtub Divider is a unique product that allows you to customize the size of your bathtub to fit your needs. Adjust the position to fit an infant, and move it back as your child grows. It provides a big water and energy saving. It has to be installed in standard shaped bathtubs with smooth bottom finish, so the suction cups can correctly adhere to the surface. ezpz Happy Mat The ezpz Happy Mat is made of high quality silicone, and works as a placemat with plate at the same time. It suctions directly to

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