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What to Do When Your Baby Cries
June 10, 2024

What to Do When Your Baby Cries

Newborns get fussy sometimes and it’s normal for them to cry. During the first 3 months of his/her life, a baby usually cries for 2–3 hours a day for the first 6 weeks, which is more than at any other of the life time.

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Baby's Soft Spot: Fontanelles
May 28, 2024

Baby's Soft Spot: Fontanelles

  • What are fontanelles?

Fontanelles are the membrane-covered gaps on babies' heads where bones have yet to fuse together. When your baby's skeleton starts developing, multiple bony plates make up her skull. Over time, these bones will join together into a hard shell completely surrounding her brain.

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Milestones of Baby's Psychological Growth 0-6 Months
March 24, 2024

Milestones of Baby's Psychological Growth 0-6 Months

Do you know your babies start their first social smile when they are 2 months old? Here are some milestones of your baby for reference that can help you better understand your baby's psychological growth, but not all babies will develop strictly according to these timetables. Every baby is unique and will develop at a slightly different rate. Seek professional help when necessary.

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Newborn Basic Care
February 29, 2024

Newborn Basic Care

Umbilical cord: Generally it will fall off within 3 weeks. Keep it dry before it falls off. Disinfect it with iodophor once a day in the morning and evening.

Bathing: The time can be between two feedings. The water temperature is 37-40°C and the room temperature is about 26°C. It is appropriate to bathe for 5-10 minutes. Bathing is done twice a week in winter, every other day in spring and autumn, and every day in summer.

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Tips to STOP the Diaper Leaks
February 29, 2024

Tips to STOP the Diaper Leaks

For some new parents, one of the most frustrating things parents have is seeing the messes caused by their baby's diaper leakage. Once the leakage happens, not only is the cleaning work troublesome, but if it is not discovered in time, the baby will easily catch a cold due to soaking in the wet diaper for a long time.

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Tips for Baby Sleep
January 27, 2024

Tips for Baby Sleep

 Isn’t it amazing seeing your little one sleep quietly in the cradle?Do you know 75% of babies experience disjointed sleep in their first few months? But there are ways to help your little one get to sleep quickly.

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A Guide for First-Time Parents
January 10, 2024

A Guide for First-Time Parents

  Life has changed now that your baby is here, and you might have lots of questions about what to do. These tips can help first-time parents feel confident about caring for a newborn in no time.

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How to Bathe Your Newborn Baby
December 12, 2023

How to Bathe Your Newborn Baby

  The first few times you give your baby a bath can be a bit tricky. Here's a complete how-to guide on your baby's first bath and how to bathe your newborn, read over this list of tips that’ll make the whole process a little easier and safer:

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When Do Babies Start Laughing?
November 29, 2023

When Do Babies Start Laughing?

  It's one of the great parenting moments you've been waiting for — and once you hear your baby's laugh for the first time, you won't be able to get enough of the sound, whether it's a chortle, chuckle or full-belly laugh.

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Baby Body Language Cues And Their Meaning(1)
November 13, 2023

Baby Body Language Cues And Their Meaning(1)

Understanding baby body cues and their meaning is essential since babies tend to speak through gestures and body language for some time. 

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Safe Sleep Tips for Babies
October 20, 2023

Safe Sleep Tips for Babies

Whether you're expecting and designing your baby's nursery or your precious bundle has already made their grand entrance, ensuring a peaceful and safe sleep for your newborn likely dominates your thoughts.

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How to Cut Your Baby's Nails
October 06, 2023

How to Cut Your Baby's Nails

It can be a scary proposition, but one you'll need to undertake sooner rather than later: cutting your baby's itty-bitty nails.

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When do babies start eating solid foods?
September 18, 2023

When do babies start eating solid foods?

Most babies are ready to start solids between the ages of 4 and 6 months, though experts recommend waiting until closer to 6 months in many cases. Your little one's development will play a part in determining when it’s time for her to graduate to a more varied diet.

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Optimal Bottle-Feeding Stances
August 23, 2023

Optimal Bottle-Feeding Stances

How you position your baby during bottle-feeding significantly impacts their comfort and well-being. Many depicted methods in media may not be ideal for your infant. For instance, avoid laying the baby flat across your lap. It's challenging even for adults to drink while lying flat, let alone babies. 

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Summer Baby Care: Essential Tips for New Parents to Keep Babies Safe and Comfortable
June 27, 2023

Summer Baby Care: Essential Tips for New Parents to Keep Babies Safe and Comfortable

Summer, with its bright, sunny days, brings joy but also concerns for new parents about keeping their baby safe and comfortable. This guide to summer baby care focuses on key areas: hydration, appropriate clothing, sun protection, and recognizing signs of overheating.

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Feeding - How Can Mothers Tell If Their Baby Is Full?
April 06, 2023

Feeding - How Can Mothers Tell If Their Baby Is Full?

Although how much a formula-fed baby eats at each meal can be known by the scale, each baby is an individual and feeding infant formula can be too much or too little. If you want to tell whether your baby is drinking enough or not, you can tell from your baby's mental state and drinking status, but also from the following 3 aspects.

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The Three Major Helpers for Children's Growth
March 21, 2023

The Three Major Helpers for Children's Growth

Promoting healthy growth in children is a top priority for parents. To ensure your child grows up healthy and strong, here are three key factors to consider:

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