Archive for Your Newborn Care

How To Strengthen The Immunity Of The Child

Aug 22, 2011 No Comments

The specialists noted that the ears are a kind of reflex zone, which has contact with many internal organs. When the mother affects the baby’s ears, it thereby activating the whole body. With massage, we send signals to the body about where to focus efforts.

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Top 6 Ways To Create Good Sleeping Habits For Your Baby

Jul 16, 2011 1 Comment

To get your baby to sleep throughout the night is a dream for most mothers. Every baby is different—-some mothers are lucky whose babies have good sleeping habits while other moms have problem whose babies don’t stay asleep for more than two to four hours at a time, day or night during the first few […]

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13 Tips To Keep Your Baby Safe

Jun 30, 2011 No Comments

Babies are, despite their fragile appearance, pretty hardy. They don’t ‘break’ when you pick them up, their heads don’t snap off when you forget to support them, and they weather most falls without major injury. But they can beĀ vulnerable. Even very young ones, who seem too tiny to get into trouble, do—sometimes the very first […]

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Tips to Protect Your New Born Future Teeth

Jun 30, 2011 No Comments

People generally think that baby`s teeth are often neglected, as the information on the topic is not that vast. With the basics of baby teeth cleaning, like wiping her gums with soft cloth or napkins and doing this daily can make a lot of difference, even a three month old baby needs the proper gum […]

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7 Ways To Ensure Your Baby’s Sound Sleep

Jun 28, 2011 No Comments

Whether a good sleeper or a not so good one, your baby can be helped to sleep to potential with some or all of the following sleep enhancers, many of which help re-create some of the comforts of home in the womb:

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Room Ideas For Your Baby

Jun 24, 2011 No Comments

Every mom always take care of everything of their baby and before baby comes in the world, she always decorate and prepareĀ  things what her baby will need. so here are some ideas to make your lovely babies rooms more comfortable and beautiful, just take a look.

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Cracking The Crying Code Of Your Newborn

Jun 04, 2011 No Comments

Sure, crying is a baby’s only form of communication—but that doesn’t mean you’ll always know exactly what he or she is trying to say. Not to worry. This cheat sheet can help you figure out what those whimpers, wails, and shrieks really mean:

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Penis Care Of Your Newborn

Jun 02, 2011 No Comments

At birth, the foreskin is firmly attached to the glans (the rounded end of the penis). Over time in an uncircumcised penis, foreskin and glans begin to separate, as cells are shed from the surface of each layer. The discarded cells, which are replaced throughout life, accumulate as whitish, cheesy ‘pearls’ that gradually work their […]

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6 Breastfeeding Myths

Jun 01, 2011 No Comments

1.MYTH: You can’t breastfeed if you have small breast or flat nipples. REALITY: In no way does outward appearance affect the production of milk or a mother’s ability to dispense it. Breasts and nipples of all shapes and sizes can satisfy a hungry baby. Inverted nipples that don’t become erect when stimulated don’t even usually […]

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Burping Baby

May 31, 2011 No Comments

Milk isn’t all baby swallows when sucking on a nipple. Along with that nutritive fluid comes non-nutritive air, which can make a baby feel uncomfortably full before before he or she’s finished a meal. That’s why burping baby to bring up any excess air that’s accumulated — every 60 ml (2 fl oz) or so […]

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