Whether you’re out and about or going to sleep, you need to ensure that you’re helping your baby stay warm. However, keeping them warm whilst not overheating can sometimes be more difficult than you realise. So how do you keep your newborn warm during those cold winter nights? Read this article for some useful tips.
Whether it’s winter or summer, your baby’s skin is very delicate and requires special care to prevent chapping and rashes. Not only does this keep your newborn happy, but it also means you don’t have to deal with the stress of an unhappy baby. So what should you be doing when taking care of your newborn’s skin during the cold weather?
Any new parent looks forward to introducing their newborn baby to the rest of the family members and the holiday season provides them with that opportunity. While this is a good time to have family over, it can be exhausting for new parents who could still be adjusting to having a baby around. Newborn babies don't have a strong immune system and at a time when the world is dealing with a coronavirus pandemic, most parents are worried about protecting the baby from infection.
The holidays can be overwhelming for any parents with a newborn as they try to balance taking care of the baby and enjoying the holidays. Keep reading for 7 tips to help you enjoy the holidays with your newborn while remaining safe.
The holiday season, the most magical time of the year is almost here with us. The season will even be more delightful if you have a little one on the way. The season provides one with a lot of names inspired by carols, hymns, and in some cases movies or shows that are popular with the festive season.
To help you pick a wonderful name for your bundle of joy, we have compiled a list of 10 baby boys’ names and 10 baby girls’ names inspired by the holiday season.
Babywearing has always been practiced in eastern cultures and across the world from Africa to Mexico for hundreds, perhaps thousands, of years. Women used to carry their babies onto their back or at the front on their tummy while caring for siblings or working. From an evolutionary perspective, humans are designed to be “carrying” species—meaning we have always kept our babies close, taking them along to forage for food for instance.
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Breastfeeding is one of the most natural and magical gift a mother can offer to her child. When formula was not available on the market, women have nursed and nourished their children since the beginning of humanity. It has unfortunately reduced since the introduction of cow’s milk formula.
When you have a baby there are going to be lots of things that you are likely to start worrying about, after all, you are in charge of this tiny little life and making sure that nothing harms or hurts it. In everyday life this is going to be enough to make you worry; however, with a global pandemic all around us, then chances are that you are even more worried than normal.
To help to put your mind at rest and to help to show you that there is plenty that you can do to take care of your little one at these challenging times, we have put together our guide on how to make sure that your newborn is safe during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Welcoming a new baby into your family is an incredibly exciting time, however, it is also an equally stressful time. Add into this that we currently are living through a global pandemic unlike anything any of us will have ever seen, and you can see why being a parent to a newborn is something that is going to try even the most excited of new parents.
Things may be a little overwhelming at the moment, so to help you to try and get through it the best that you can, we have put together our top 4 tips for making sure that you cope with your new baby during Covid-19.
Once your baby is born, it seems all they do is sleep. There will come a time, however, when they will fight tooth and nail to take a nap. A great way to establish a smooth nap routine is to do just that. Make it a routine. Some babies enjoy having a routine and look forward to certain parts of their routine.
The days, weeks and even months after giving birth are some of the most insecure days for new-moms, especially when it’s your first child. The confidence and assurance you experienced during pregnancy just evaporates and then you suddenly find yourself questioning everything, including the competency of your mothering. But there are some simple tips to help build your confidence as a new mom.