How Baby Talk Early Tips

Every parent looks forward to the first time his or her baby utters “Mama” or “Dada”. So it is natural for parents to wonder about the best way to help their baby develop verbal skills. Research shows that the most effective means of helping...

Let Your Baby Cry Himself To Sleep

For most babies a little crying prior to falling asleep is perfectly normal. Some babies will start to cry or fuss when they become tired, indicating their need for sleep. If your baby is on a schedule and it is close to his normal nap or bed time, then your...

Baby Spitting Up Is Normal

If your baby is spitting up, it is completely normal and should not be a cause of concern. Many babysitters experienced that infants spit up after they eat. Because a baby’s throat and digestive system are still maturing, most babies will frequently spit up...

Confinement Nanny Tips For Parents Of Multiples

If you are expecting more than one baby or just delivered twins, triplets or more, congratulations and welcome to life with multiples! It will be exciting and overwhelming at times or even scary if you did not know how to handle it. Experts advise it will be good to...

Baby Lying On Stomach Safe or No?

Because of the tremendous concern and publicity regarding sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), many babies spend little or no time lying on their stomachs. This is unfortunate because the time an infant spends on his tummy helps develop shoulder and arm strength;...
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