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. Let me give you some tips and tricks to be able to do paced bottle feeding the right way.
Almond milk: they look so fancy and tastes so yummy. You can easily gulp down a carton yourself. But 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?
At one point or another, your baby will come across a newfound discovery (or milestone maybe). At around eight to ten months, he’ll begin to haul himself up and stand on his crib.
There are only a few things that can challenge a parent’s sanity as much as during this time. You see, it’s not about just learning how to stand. Your problems will begin the moment your child becomes too fascinated with holding and chewing the rails; he’ll refuse sleep.
Is it safe to give your child some coconut milk? Yes! Can it serve as a substitute for breastmilk or formula? No. What is coconut milk and is it beneficial for babies? Let us find out.
Babies are unpredictable and adorable creatures. One moment, they are calm and cute; the next second they are fidgeting and hollering like no tomorrow. It might perplex you why your babies keep on rubbing his face. It turns out that there are some reasons. You cannot diagnose anything (unless you are a doctor) but this strange action can be a warning sign. Take heed and learn!
Our babies are weird and adorable creatures. The first time that I had seen my baby sleep with eyes wide opened, I was surprised. Eyes unfocused with that faraway glaze on the face, it was unusual and amusing at the same time. Surely we vigilant moms are used to sleeping with one eye open, but it is a different thing if it’s our baby that sleeps like that. Is it normal that your child sleeps with eyes open? What causes it?
Finding the best toddler pillow is tricky. Adult pillows won’t do. Yet something as mundane as a toddler pillow can impact your child’s health and sleep quality big time. You can’t pick just about any pillow just because they are cute; you’ve got to consider a lot of things. Let me walk you through the process of choosing the best toddler pillow for your little kid.
The nursing pillow that you will choose can make or break your breastfeeding routine. Nursing your baby isn’t easy, you’ve got to get used to aches and pains all over. Sitting for hours while holding a growing baby, you’ve got to have the patience of a monk and the nerves of steel.
Breastfeeding can tire your muscles out. I had nearly quit in the first months of breastfeeding with my first born because I can’t seem to find the right latch; that is until I decided to buy a nursing pillow.
For our babies, and for us moms, getting quality sleep is everything. If there is one thing that can give your child the best sleep aside from your breasts and a quality mattress, it’s the crib sheets.
Shopping for the best crib sheets is more tedious than say, buying your regular beddings. You’ve got to consider your child’s comfort and safety before hitting checkout. The wrong crib sheet can also give you lots of back-breaking sheet-changing routines; you can even injure your back if you are not careful.
Teething is that exciting time when those little set of teeth erupts with extra drools and wailing cries. This milestone is not as easy as say, learning how to crawl or roll. Teething is always accompanied with gum discomfort, fussiness, diarrhea and even skin rashes.