Breaking Pacifier Habit With Babysitter Tips

Babies have an inborn desire to suck. While feeding fulfills a big part of his desire, non-nutritive sucking is also important. Sucking is one of the primary ways that babies calm themselves. Pacifiers can help with this need. Unfortunately, the pacifier can easily...

Confinement Nanny Views On Weight Loss

Every woman wants to get her pre-pregnancy figure back quickly after delivery. Can confinement nanny helps mummy to lose weight during the confinement period? While initial weight loss usually comes pretty easily, a women’s body is programmed to retain a...

Watch What You Say In Front Of Baby

Parents often talk about their babies while their baby is within earshot. The assumption is that the baby can’t understand what is being said. This can be a damaging assumption. Infants are very empathic and understand a great deal more than we may think. Their...

Overprotective Babysitters Or Parents No Good

Finding the right balance between constantly monitoring your baby and letting him explore his world can be challenging. Overprotective parents and babysitters often hover over their babies. This can result in a child who is afraid to explore and resists playing alone....

When Will My Baby Walk?

Your baby will walk when she is ready. We live in a competitive society and it is natural for parents to want to compare their baby’s development. Most parents remember exactly when their children started to walk. It is not uncommon to hear parents of little...

Babysitter Tips On Foods To Avoid In First Year

During the first year, there are a number of foods babysitter advise that your baby should not eat. Foods to avoid include: Cow’s milk (including ice cream, yogurt, cheese, and any product that uses cow’s milk) Peanuts and any products containing peanuts...
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