Baby Slings And Your Baby’s Safety

By Nail Yener You have to be careful about baby carriers as using a baby carrier for a newborn might cause problems. In this article you will read about baby slings and safety concerns. Positional asphyxia or suffocation tends to happen to babies when their chin is tightly pressed against their chest. This position restricts … Read more

Babies: Daylight exposure

By Nicholas Tan One method of getting your baby used to sleeping at night, or in the dark, is to be sure she’s exposed to lots of sunlight during the day. When it’s time to nap or time to go to sleep at night, part of your ritual can be dimming the lights, simulating dusk … Read more

Keeping Unwanted Guests Out of the Delivery Room

By Gabriella Gometra With the advent of more hospitals allowing more visitors in the delivery rooms while babies are delivered, some relatives of the baby assume they can be present where they are really not wanted. Here are some ideas for the pregnant mother to consider. I overheard a discussion at my last prenatal checkup; … Read more

Walk It Off: 6 Ways for Moms to Burn Baby Fat

By Arlene Pellicane You’ve seen the picture a thousand times: a mom pushing her baby in a stroller. Now it’s time to take walking to the next level and lose weight faster. Walking is a relaxing and invigorating way for moms to get outdoors and exercise. But in order to achieve significant weight loss by … Read more

Baby Sleep Training – How to Mimic the Feeling of the Womb

By Naomi Knight For the entire beginning of their lives, babies are accustomed to one environment: the womb. It can be very jarring to come into a new world with so much new stimuli, and it can cause a feeling of insecurity in baby. The best way to help baby sleep more soundly, make the … Read more

Baby Apnea Monitor, SIDS, Heartbeat, Remote, Alarm

By Carl Formby Apnea refers to the Greek word meaning ‘without wind’ and in medical parlance it is used to describe the condition when a person momentarily stops breathing. Everyone experiences a pause in breathing some time or the other but normally it is not a cause for concern. Adults as well as babies experience this … Read more

New Moms Guide to Swaddling

by: Tina Allen, LMT, CIIT, CIMI Swaddling is an ancient tradition of wrapping baby securely in her blanket. This can help your baby feel safe and secure as she begins to adjust to all of the new experiences around her and especially her new environment. Why Swaddle your Baby? Your first concern as your baby’s … Read more

Communicating With Your Baby

By Mary Moir In it’s broadest sense communication the exchange of signals or messages between two aware beings. Even plants communicate, several species emit a chemical into the air when they are attacked by pests. The chemical triggers other plants of the same species to change the taste of their leaves so that they too … Read more