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Baby Nutrition Rules: The 4 Days Wait

Baby Nutrition Rules: The 4 Days Wait

What is the ‘4 Day Wait Rule’ and should you really keep it in mind? A lot of mothers are following this rule because this is the easiest way to see the baby’s reaction to the new kinds of food and also to see whether the little one has any allergies or other sensitivities. Keep […]

Can a Baby Be Born with Teeth?

Can a Baby Be Born with Teeth?

Recently in Wallsend Newcastle, a little new born girl shocked her parents Karen and Andy when it was revealed that she was born with two teeth! Tough most babies cut their first teeth only at about age 6 months or more, this was precocious at least in the oral sense. Little Summer Whelan was born with two central […]

A Day in the Life of New Parents

A Day in the Life of New Parents

This is actually an idea that we got from one of our commentators who had just become a dad for the first time; to do a post about a typical day in the life of new parents. So what would a typical day be for a new parent of an infant who is say 8 weeks […]

Interpreting and Guiding Your Baby – Part 2

Interpreting and Guiding Your Baby – Part 2

In part one of the post interpretation and guiding your baby, we spoke of certain interesting points relating to babyhood to help you understand your baby, her abilities at a given age and why she does the things that she does; in this post we look at how and when to guide your baby. 1. Wait […]

Bumbo Baby Seat

The Bumbo Baby Seat – A Good Idea?

At first, the sight of this baby seat looks rather like a small baby’s potty – the kind that sits independently on the floor and which has a built in receptacle that can be removed for cleaning. However a bumbo baby seat is supposed to help babies sit up when they are not old or […]

Baby Bath Seat

The Baby Bath Seat – What Is It and How Useful Is It?

As the name suggests, a baby bath seat is something that helps you bathe your baby. The baby can be seated in a seat in a comfortable position and may enjoy the bathing process more. For the mother, it keeps the baby still enough to bathe and keeps the baby from slipping down or out. […]

Speech Milestones You Can Expect to See

Speech Milestones You Can Expect to See

Typically new parents wait eagerly to see how on schedule their baby’s milestones are; and may experience elation or anxiety or anything in-between as a result. Though generally speaking a baby’s speech milestones are as follows, it is important to remember that each baby develops differently and a number of factors contribute to a baby’s speech development. By 3 months of age Most babies coo […]

Gumdrop Pacifier

Some 101 of Gumdrop Pacifiers

For new and uninitiated parents, it may be difficult to understand what a gumdrop pacifier is; and how, if at all it is different from other kinds of pacifiers. These pacifiers are different from standard pacifiers in the following ways- These pacifiers are designed to match the contours of a baby’s face without obstructing the […]