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Should I Wake Baby From Long Nap

Should I Wake Baby From Long Nap

It might seem crazy to wake your baby while you work so hard to help him sleep better. But in some cases, it can lead to other sleep problems. These are five ways to wake your baby to help with sleep problems. Safety First – Wake up! It is better to wake your baby than...

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When to Stop Burping a Baby

When to Stop Burping a Baby

You’re tired, and it’s past midnight. It’s beyond frustrating, and all you can think about is how long it will take to get a burp. This scenario sounds familiar? Burping your baby can feel like a game with no clear rules. What time? How long? When is it safe to stop? These are questions you’ve...

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Baby Squirms and Cries While Bottle Feeding?

Baby Squirms and Cries While Bottle Feeding?

There is nothing more important than making sure your child is safe, happy, and healthy as a parent. It can be frustrating to see your baby crying when you’re trying to meet one of their basic needs. You may wonder why your baby is crying when you are bottle-feeding. Your baby may be crying while...

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What To Do If I Kissed My Baby With A Cold Sore?

What To Do If I Kissed My Baby With A Cold Sore?

You should immediately try to eliminate any trace of the virus if you accidentally kiss your baby with it. Next, wash your baby with soap and water. Call your pediatrician to discuss the situation and get professional advice. Then, wait. Monitor your baby for any early signs such as fever, blisters, or appetite loss. First,...

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Why Does my Baby Hit his Head with his Hand

Why Does my Baby Hit his Head with his Hand

This behaviour is very common, especially for children under 1-year-old. This behaviour can begin as early as 6 months old and last until several years old. A baby may hit his head in the head for various reasons. Warning signs of development issues can include hitting oneself. I will write more about this at the end of...

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When to take a Baby with RSV to the Hospital

When to take a Baby with RSV to the Hospital

A sick baby is one of the most stressful aspects of motherhood. It can be difficult to know when to bring a baby suffering from RSV to the hospital. Is it necessary to hospitalize a baby with RSV? RSV, also known as Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV), is extremely contagious. Almost all children will have it...

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What if My Baby Won’t Burp After Feeding

What if My Baby Won’t Burp After Feeding

You may have questions about how to burp your baby, regardless of whether they are breastfed or bottle-fed. New parents often ask us about how to burp babies and how often. Let’s discuss all things burping! Should my baby burp It is believed that infants need burping to eliminate excess gas from their stomachs. This...

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2 Month Old Baby Eating Less than Usual

2 Month Old Baby Eating Less than Usual

Underweight babies can have problems with their development. There is no one feeding schedule for all babies. While some babies are more hungry than others, they will still eat the same amount of food each day. A change in eating habits is not something to be concerned about. However, if you notice any unusual behavior,...

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Is It Normal for a Baby to have Big Tummy

Is It Normal for a Baby to have Big Tummy

Infants aged between 1 and 4 months are more likely to experience gas. This is because their digestive systems are still developing. Continue reading to learn more about infant gas relief and how to relieve it. Why do babies have bloated bellies and tummies? Many things can cause gassy babies. Gassy babies can swallow air...

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Signs to Stop Working During Pregnancy

Signs to Stop Working During Pregnancy

While pregnancy can be exciting, it can also bring about anxiety and worry. You may feel stressed about telling your boss that you are pregnant if you work. You might be concerned about job duties that could put your baby or yourself at risk. Here are some guidelines to help you safely work through your...