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Surviving Colic (12 May 2007)
Colic is basically uncontrollable crying in a healthy baby. It can come as early as two weeks and last as long as three months. Typically they will cry for hours at a time and may do this a few times a week.
The 7 Biggest Baby Sleep Mistakes That Parents Make (22 Mar 2007)
The single biggest challenge that most new parents face is trying to figure out how to get their child to sleep through the night. Surprisingly, most are going about it all wrong! The biggest mistake that...
Preventing and Treating Diaper Rash Naturally (03 Mar 2007)
Establishing a skincare routine that keeps babies' skin healthy remains a challenge for parents, since up to 50% of babies suffer from at least one episode of diaper rash at some time. The key to prevention and treatment of all diaper rashes is frequent diaper changing, cleansing with a mild soap and water after each stool, and application of the appropriate topical agent.
Infant/Child Massage - Is It For You? (08 Nov 2006)
Infant and Toddler massage, its uses and benefits!
Baby Gender Differences (08 Nov 2006)
Since time has been recorded, we know society has made many divisions between the genders. Whether these differences are genetic or learned is still up for debate, but they can be seen from an early age
Swaddling Your Baby (08 Nov 2006)
Your baby was safely sheltered in the cozy cocoon of your womb for nine months before being transported into the big bad world. No wonder swaddling her makes her feel 'at home'.
Dealing with a Gassy Baby (08 Nov 2006)
Does your baby yell and cry non-stop without any apparent reason? Excessive gas in a newborn baby could be the culprit. Gassy and colicky babies present a perpetual challenge to their parents. Welcome to the rocky world of parenting.
Bathing Your Newborn Baby (06 Oct 2006)
Your newborn baby is so small and tender that giving him a bath might be a little scary. However, in spite of all your concerns, you will find that bathing the baby will soon be a fun thing for both him and you.
Getting Baby to Sleep at Night (06 Oct 2006)
Does your baby sleep through the day, and keep you up at night? This has been the cry of mothers and fathers heard round the world for centuries. Here are some simple solutions to get your baby into a sleeping routine.
Real Nappies (Cotton Nappies) or Disposables - The Debate (06 Oct 2006)
It is pretty scary to think that by the time your baby is potty trained you will have completed over 4,000 nappy changes and often many more.
Protecting Your Baby and Toddler from the Sun (06 Oct 2006)
What precautions should I take to prevent my baby or toddler from the sun? Is suncream enough? Should I keep them out of the sun totally?
Fussy Eaters (06 Oct 2006)
Feeding your child is a daunting prospect. Terrible twos have been known to eat too much (raiding the biscuit tin is always a favourite) too little, (its never a bad time to crack open the chewable vitamins), or to have constant fads - everything ranging from food colour fixations to texture phobias.
Solving Baby Sleep Problems - Its Time to Sleep (19 Sep 2006)
If you're pacing the floor with a wide-awake baby in your arms at 3am every morning, but can't bear the tears when you put him down, then maybe you need to start doing something differently - as they say " if you keep doing what you've always done, you keeping getting what you've always got".
Aargh those Pesky Sleep Problems! (19 Sep 2006)
Isn't life with a new baby supposed to be all sweetness and light? Why babies sleep all day and cry all night? You're not alone...
How Much TV Is Too Much For Your Toddler (19 Sep 2006)
Here are some important reasons why you should cut out the TV in your toddler's daily routine.
Traveling With Babies (19 Sep 2006)
If you start baby travel slowly and plan wisely, both you and baby will enjoy first-class comfort. Begin with baby steps and you'll find that soon you and your little one will be able to walk, ride, or fly in the fast lane.
Properly Care For Your Children (19 Sep 2006)
Are you armed with the information you need to make sure your children receive proper health care?
Breast Feeding Basics For Your Newborn Baby (19 Sep 2006)
This article dispels the common myth that bottle milk and breast milk are the same. Discover which one is better for your baby and why this choice can help maintain a better level of health for your newborn.
Baby Products – Essential Baby Products, Which Ones Do I Really Need? (19 Sep 2006)
There are many essential baby products a new parent must purchase. Cribs, car seats, baby monitors, baby strollers, high chairs and clothing are all necessary to ensure your child's safety and comfort. However, there are many baby products out there that are not worth wasting your money on, but are marketed to parents as being vital for a baby's growth and development. Parents always want the best for their child and therefore purchase these items that do not serve a great function. This guide reveals the important baby products a parent must obtain to properly care for their child.
10 Items of the Well-Stocked Diaper Bag (19 Sep 2006)
Does your diaper bag have everything you need in it? Of course, you have the basic items: diapers, wipes, bottles, etc. But are you equipped for any "baby situation" that could possibly arise? It may seem like a lot of gear, but if you bring along the following baby paraphernalia when you head out, you'll be ready for just about anything.
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