You keep on vomiting, visiting the toilet as if you hadn’t seen each other for a long time, getting cold sweats, and whatnot, so you ask yourself:
"I have food poisoning. Should I still breastfeed?"
Well, it depends.
Basing on the extensive research I have done, the answer depends on the level of your food poisoning. But before I share with you these levels, look at the symptoms of food poisoning first and what usually causes it.
What’s the solution for babies who just love to chew?
You may say a teether or some ice chips will do. But what if you don’t have any? That’s when the teething necklace will come handy.
Now before I start:
I know that some moms would rather suffer than wear a slimy saliva-covered teething necklace. But if you want to keep your wits intact, you’ll need one.
So here I am sharing with you five of the best teething necklaces for your babies. But first, let me tell you why you need one.
Do you want to change diapers on top of your clean bed? N to the O. Your baby’s exploding poop will just ruin the sheets!
How about doing it on top of a bathroom counter? Not possible either. If your kid is as energetic as mine, he’ll be on the floor the next second.
Also, the bathroom counter is fool of germs. You don't want your kid to get any of it while lying on the counter.
So what is the answer to squirmy kids and dirty surfaces?
Our kids’ laugh is the best sound ever!
I still remember it back then, 24 hours after delivery, my baby is laughing in her sleep!
I thought it’s the anesthesia that is doing tricks in my eyes, but no, hubby also saw it. Too bad we were not able to record that one!
Thinking back now, that was unusual but not unexpected. Babies can indeed laugh, giggle, or cry in their sleep.
So your baby won’t sleep in the bassinet but only in your arms? You are too tired, and your eyes can’t hold up any longer? Do you wish you could put your baby to sleep through the night in his bassinet or co-sleeper?
In this article, I will give you very simple tips on how to successfully transition into the bassinet, so you’ll finally get some quality sleep that you deserve.
My baby farts a lot! It’s so explosive sometimes that it became an ice breaker. I previously thought that it must be in the genes. My husband likes to drop bombs, and we can’t help it but to literally take cover.
But my little buddy’s gassiness became persistent, so I got curious.
After digging around, I was able to remedy my baby’s belching and farting spells.
Before I give you the magic potion, let me explain quickly the reason your baby farts a lot.
Breastfeeding is a word that has a hundred meaning. Sustenance, nurturing, liquid gold, life force, sacrifice, and pain.
Breast pain influences around 70% of ladies. It is characterized by any sentiment of distress, delicacy, or sharp pain in one or the two breasts.
Patterned breast pain is the most widely recognized compose, and it is intermittent amid period, pregnancy, and menopause. The essential driver of repeating breast pain is hormone changes. These hormonal changes cause aggravation of breast tissue.
Breast pain can go from mellow to serious distress. There are a few different ways to soothe repeating breast pain, and this article will highlight the best characteristic tips for pain alleviation.
The breastfeeding experience varies with each woman. Some mothers might have barely felt pain while breastfeeding while for others, it is an excruciating experience every time.
Switching from the breast to bottle feeding isn’t natural for your baby. Not every child can adjust to feeding method changes.
Paced bottle feeding is the technique that you must master as a parent to help your baby transition to the bottle.
Here are some tips and tricks to be able to do paced bottle feeding the right way. But first, let me define this process.
Almond milk: they look so fancy and tastes so yummy. You can easily gulp down a carton yourself.
Is almond milk safe and healthy for babies?
This article will try to look into all the hype around almond milk. Are these companies nuts (pardon the pun) for advocating almond milk for babies?