Natural Baby Latching

by: Natural Mumma When I was pregnant, I remember my friends moaning about how hard nursing was and proudly thinking, “They probably only had problems because they didn’t have much experience. I am sure I won’t have any problems though!” HA! Upon leaving the hospital I was coddling cracked and very sore nipples. I didn’t … Read more

Understanding and Coping with Your Crying Baby

by: Matthew Efseaff The desperate cry for help from a newborn baby is one of the most disturbing sounds for most people. Despite how much we want to help them, unfortunately, it’s hard to know what they are asking for. With time, parents will learn how to interpret the cries of their newborn and will … Read more

Stretch Marks – When Your Skin Is Stre-e-e-tched To The Limit

by: Li Jin Some people call them ‘railway tracks’, ‘spider webs’ or broken skin. Half of all women who have had a baby will experience stretch marks at their abdomen, thighs or underarms. Sometimes it goes away by itself, sometimes they never quite go away. Stretch marks not only happen to pregnant women but also … Read more

Helping Baby To Understand In The First Twelve Months

by: M Brenton Wachowiak The amount an infant learns the first twelve months is amazing. You do not need a lot of time or money to help boost your child’s brain power. You can use every day moments to help your child increase his brain power. You don’t them to boost your baby’s brain power, … Read more

Understanding and Coping with Your Crying Baby

by: Matthew Efseaff The desperate cry for help from a newborn baby is one of the most disturbing sounds for most people. Despite how much we want to help them, unfortunately, it’s hard to know what they are asking for. With time, parents will learn how to interpret the cries of their newborn and will … Read more

Smooth Start to Breast Feeding

by: Meg Thompson Many different sources were used while writing this article; I hope you find it informative and helpful.  There are many ways to plan to be a mother and to breast feed for the first time. First find out as much as you can, this can involve reading about breastfeeding during your pregnancy, … Read more

Weaning Your Baby

by: Li Jin In the first few months of her life, all your baby needs is milk. By the time she reaches six months old, she will be ready for a new chapter of her life – eating. The World Health Organization recommends weaning at six months because the digestive system of a baby is … Read more

How a Comprehensive Postpartum Vitamin System Can Help You Recover Your Energy and Vitality After Pregnancy

by: Dr. Dean Raffelock A baby’s body is made up of nutrients donated by the mother’s body. Nature has it wired that if one needs to do without, it will be the mother. This article addresses why all women can benefit from a vitamin program following the birth of the baby. Throughout the past 33 … Read more

Baby Clothing You Should Get For The Baby

by: Joseph Nedrich Congrats, you are going to have a baby! You will need lots of things for the baby. And now let the checklist making start. You want to make a couple of lists, one will be necessities that you will wish to get, along with a second list for objects that will go … Read more

How to Help Older Children Adapt to a New Baby in the Family

by: Cindy Jett, LICSW It is well known that the introduction of a new baby into a family is life altering. This is particularly true for older children. Suddenly, they have to share Mommy and Daddy with someone else: someone more needy and more demanding than they are. The family is in flux and the … Read more

Celebrate Baby Shower With Photo Birth Announcements

by: Mavis Hayes Having a new addition in the family is one of the best things that will ever happen to you. Babies are the family’s bundle of joy, they keep every person in the house smiling. Birth announcement is an activity that will introduce your cuddly little baby boy or girl to the whole … Read more

Baby Breathing Monitor – A Parent’s Peace Of Mind

by: Jon Brant A baby breathing monitor detects changes in breathing movements in the chest and abdomen of an infant. An alarm will ring and an integrated light will start to flash if breathing stops for longer than a pre-set time, which is usually around 20 seconds. Some monitors also measure the temperature and heartbeat … Read more

Back Pain During Pregnancy? Find Out How Wearing A Back Brace Can Help

by: Melissa Macdonald Are you pregnant and in pain? You are not alone, over half of all pregnant women experience back pain that affects their daily activities. What causes the pain? During pregnancy there is a softening of ligaments, stretching of the abdominal muscles, weight gain and postural changes , these combined put excessive strain … Read more

All Natural Infant Reflux Treatment

By: Steve Phillips According to the National Institute of Health, more than half of babies under three months old are diagnosed with infant reflux. In the majority of cases, this condition is not be cause for serious alarm. Infant reflux treatment can often be accomplished at home with changes to diet and feeding routine. For bottle … Read more

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