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halloween costumes

40 Amazing Baby Halloween Costumes that Will Keep You Gaping with Awe

Check these lovely baby Halloween costumes and get your creative juices flowing to dress up your baby.

cloth diapers

Cloth Diapers – A Viable Alternative?

The disposable diaper versus cloth diaper battle continues to rage, with each side making telling points. Disposable diapers create huge amounts of waste that is difficult to biodegrade and which piles up in landfills; also they have to be discarded after use, making them an expensive option. On the other hand, you cannot beat the […]

newborn names

Most Popular Newborn Names

For the longest time, the most popular name for a newborn baby boy born in England and Wales was Jack. Now that reigning name has been toppled by a new leader – Mohammed – which is the new more popular name for boys in Britain. The name Mohammad has many different spelling variations and as […]

moms1

Mommy Facts You Never Knew (Infographic)

“Any mother could perform the jobs of several air traffic controllers with ease” ~Lisa Alther Mother’s whether in the United States or anywhere in the world, are known to be multi-taskers. They do with ease, what might be the work of five different men. That’s the quality given to a mother and a mother only. […]

baby diaper rash

Natural Remedies To Treat Baby Diaper Rash

Baby diaper rash is a common problem faced by all new moms. Once you deliver your baby, you love him. You even love your baby more when you touch his perfect, soft skin. You give him the best of care and you protect his skin from any contact to insects and irritations. The moment you […]

down syndrome kids

Down’s Syndrome – Identifying It And Living With It

One birth in every 800 or 1000 may result in a child with Down syndrome. The risk of Downs (formerly known as Mongolism) rises with maternal age. It is characterized by typical facial characteristics – oblique eye fissures, small chin, flat nasal bridge, protruding tongue due to a smaller than normal mouth etc. and by […]

sleeping habits

First Four Months Critical To Newborn’s Future Sleep Habits

New parents often find themselves tired and sleep deprived with a  small baby that seems to demand attention at all hours; and though a newborn baby will sleep between 16 and 20 hours a day, this is sleep punctuated by waking for feedings, changings and so on rather than restful uninterrupted sleep. While babies have […]

brains of new mothers

Brains Of New Mothers Bulk Up

New research is busting the ‘Baby Brain’ myth that claims pregnancy and childbirth cause women’s brains to turn into mush. New research published by the American Psychological Association says that the grey matter of new mothers actually increases, rather than decreasing. Coping with a newborn is a steep learning curve for all new mothers and […]