It’s important that you make an effort to develop healthy sleeping habits for your baby right from the beginning. Not only will this help them to get the sleep they need, it will also speed up the process to you regaining a good night’s sleep. So what can you do to instill healthy sleeping habits?
Keeping your newborn comfortable is important, especially if you want them to sleep well. So far, you've probably read all the guides on how to do this and have a good idea on the basics, but how do you make your newborn comfortable in the summer heat?
In the first few weeks of your baby’s life, you will need to take special care of them to ensure they’re healthy and comfortable. And this includes paying particular attention to a newborn skin care regime. This article is going to look at some of the top tips for looking after your newborn baby’s skin during the hot summer months.
One of the greatest risks to your child in the summer months are the very hot days the season can bring. A baby can experience heat exhaustion very quickly because they have limited capacity to deal with the heat. Here are some simple tips to keep your baby comfortable during the summer season.
One of the biggest challenges for parents with a new baby is how to get them sleeping comfortably during warm summer nights. Heat and discomfort are the primary ways in which your baby’s sleep may be interrupted, but some other aspects may contribute during the summer months.
Learning how to bath your newborn baby safely is a very important aspect of newborn care. Newborn bathing can be difficult for new parents who have just learnt about holding their baby for the first time. Dealing with a wiggling and slippery baby can be a daunting challenge! In this part 4 of guide to newborn care series, we are going to give you some simple tips to make newborn bathing a safe, happy and enjoyable experience for both parent and child.
Nothing is more distressing to a new parent than listening to their newborn crying. As is common in newborn care, there can be a number of reasons causing this particular behaviour. In part three of the guide to newborn care series we’ll take a look at why newborns cry and when you should be concerned.
When parents bring a newborn baby home for the first time, they want to ensure that the baby is healthy, happy and everything is progressing well. One common concern for new parents is how long and how often their newborn should be sleeping.
Newborn sleeping patterns can be unusual to say the least! Here is a simple guide to newborn care that will specifically talks about how to help your newborn sleep well.
Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is the sudden and unexpected death of a baby where no cause is found. – The Lullaby Trust
Unfortunately, there are no symptoms of SIDS and no warning, which means that ensuring safe sleeping of your newborn is vital to reduce the risk of them suffering from SIDS. This article is going to look at 7 things you can do to help keep your sleeping newborn safe.
In the first few weeks of your baby’s life, they’re going to be sleeping a lot, approximately 16-17 hours each day. During this vital time of development, it’s important to understand your newborn’s sleep routine, so take a look at this newborn sleep guide.