How To Bathe Baby

by: Li Jin Who doesn’t love a freshly bathed baby? Yet, many parents feel challenged about bathing their babies because their precious little ones seem so vulnerable. Their silky smooth baby skin also makes them more slippery when wet, making parents nervous about dropping them! The good news is that the more practice you have, … Read moreHow To Bathe Baby

Newborns And The Things You Will Need

by: Noe Richards Purchasing or perhaps registering for any standard baby clothes as long as you’re also with child tends to make garments your infant for the duration of his or her first months a no-brainer. Normally, you desire smooth, comfy clothing without having annoying labels or seams. Nevertheless decide 1 or 2 infant clothes … Read moreNewborns And The Things You Will Need

Your Infant At Two Months

By: Edward Davidson It is truly amazing how much a baby grows and learns the first year of his life. Those 1st couple of months see tremendous change. The 2nd month of one’s baby’s life is fun because you both have learned so a lot about each other and now you begin actually experiencing viewing … Read moreYour Infant At Two Months

Congratulations, You’re Going To Have A Baby!

by: Li Jin Your doctor has just confirmed what you are suspecting – the nausea, fatigue and depression are actually signs that you and your husband will soon be expecting a bundle of joy. After the initial excitement has worn off, you start wondering “What happens now?” Whether you are a first-time mother or someone … Read moreCongratulations, You’re Going To Have A Baby!

9 Ways To Cope With Postpartum Depression

by: Steven Chang Over the years, numerous tragic stories have been in the news as a result of postpartum depression. Last year, it has even prompted the U.S. House of Representatives, to authorize spending $3 million aimed at awareness and further research. Postpartum depression (PPD) is actually a form of mood disorder that begins after … Read more9 Ways To Cope With Postpartum Depression

Balancing Housework And Your Baby

Babies need constant attention — they require constant feedings and diaper changes, and they require them at all hours. Tending to a baby is a full-time job, so it’s no big surprise when dishes start piling up and you’re running out of clean baby bibs. Still, a clutter-free home can make your life feel just … Read moreBalancing Housework And Your Baby

A check list for child safety (To parents and care takers)

By Chockalingam Eswaramurthi Many accidents to children can be prevented if a few precautions are taken. ACCIDENTS ARE CA– USED – NOT HAPPENED : EACH year, hundreds of children are injured, some fatally. Often, this happens in or around the house, while the parents or caretakers are present. A few simple precautions can prevent many of … Read moreA check list for child safety (To parents and care takers)

Think before you Drink

By Sylvia Nilsen Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) refers to a range of birth defects that is caused by the mother drinking alcohol during pregnancy. Defects can include abnormal facial features, nervous system disorders, physical problems and cognitive / behavioral abnormalities. FAS is the third highest cause of mental retardation in newborn babies and is the only … Read moreThink before you Drink

You and Your Newborn: Surviving the First Weeks

by Rachel Paxton So you’ve brought your newborn baby home from the hospital. Congratulations! With the birth of your baby comes a new set of challenges. It is truly wonderful to become a new parent or a parent once again, but let’s face it, the first weeks of your newborn’s life can be quite stressful … Read moreYou and Your Newborn: Surviving the First Weeks

Working Alternatives for Stay at Home Moms

By: Ali Brown  If you have young children at home you may want to spend time with them during the day.Or you may simply prefer to watch your kids instead of sending them to a daycare.If this sounds like you, being a stay at home mom may be the way to go.For some moms this … Read moreWorking Alternatives for Stay at Home Moms

Breast Soreness and Cracked Nipples

By: Dr Anne  Nipples are the most sensitive regions of the woman’s breasts. We all know about how erogenous these regions are, and the important part they play in the foreplay before sexual intercourse. However these nipples are actually provided by nature for the purpose of breastfeeding. This happens shortly after pregnancy, when the nipples … Read moreBreast Soreness and Cracked Nipples

Top 5 Tips For Choosing a Nursing Cover For Breastfeeding

By: Yvette Hayes  When purchasing a nursing cover for breastfeeding your new baby, it is important to keep a few things in mind to ensure maximum convenience while breastfeeding and to get the biggest bang for your shopping dollars. Decide why you want a nursing cover. Is it to help you feel more comfortable in … Read moreTop 5 Tips For Choosing a Nursing Cover For Breastfeeding

The Easiest Ways to Remove Stretch Marks For Good

By: Michale Anderson-smith Stretch marks are unwanted reddish or silver lining appearing on the skin. They can attack you in huge numbers, and one may experience a hard time hiding them. In some cases, the it can get so severe that it can be felt by the touch of a finger. Millions of people across … Read moreThe Easiest Ways to Remove Stretch Marks For Good