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As a new parent you learn something new everyday. Actually you probably learn about 10 new things everyday and you learn by trial and error rather because babies aren't born with an instruction manual. Well, have you wondered about what is that you need in order to properly bathe baby?
Letting your child grow up is an incredible experience but also an incredibly hard experience because they grow so quickly. One milestone that marks the transition from a baby to big kid is the use of a cup rather than a bottle.
Having a baby can be overwhelming all in its own but one thing you must take very serious is baby proofing your home to keep your little bundle of joy as safe as can be. There are lots of large and small things you can do to ease your mind.
Taking your toddler to the beach is incredibly fun and create fantastic lifelong memories but it can also be a nightmare if you are not prepared. There are six things that I recommend you pack to make your child's first trip the ocean as memorable as possible.
There are ten signs of teething that all parents should be aware of so they can understand why their baby is fussy or uncomfortable during this milestone:
When it comes time to decide on whether or not to register for or purchase a Pack N Play the answer is YES! This is a must for parents who still want to be able to visit a friends home for dinner or leave your kids with the grandparents overnight.
Whether you are breastfeeding or bottle feeding you will need a couple of bottles. It is always good to have a 4-ounce, 8-ounce and a 10 or 12-ounce bottle handy. Bottles basically come in three different types:
One of my biggest fears as a new mom was giving my newborn baby a bath. How do I do it? What do I need? How do I hold him and wash him properly? Do I need my husband to hold him while bathe him? etc. One thing I learned is that practice does make perfect so the more I bathed him the more comfortable I got with the whole process.
Recently I was pushing my nearly three-year-old daughter in the stroller I'd been using since she was an infant, the Aria Peg Perego Stroller. It had always been a great stroller and the thought of buying a new one frankly hadn't even crossed my mind. Why would I?
Once you decide to have your baby's portrait professionally taken all kinds of questions pop into your mind. What should they wear? Where should they be taken? Do I need props for the photos?
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