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Best Advice for Parents when Newborn Won’t Sleep in Crib

Are you in the situation where you wonder why your newborn won’t sleep in crib?

At last, your much-anticipated bundle of joy has arrived. You already figured that your little one would get her days and nights mixed up. What you didn’t count was her immediate dislike for her crib.

So what’s a tired mom to do in this situation?

We’ll explore possible explanations why your newborn won’t sleep in crib. Then, we’ll look at the solutions, including some alternatives to using a crib…during the first few weeks, that is. Soon enough, you’ll be able to catch that much-needed snooze.

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How Long Does Pre-Labor Last?

The last few weeks of pregnancy can be such an exciting time! Not only will you be busy preparing for your future child, but you'll also be experiencing a whole lot of firsts, such as pre-labor. But while pre-labor is exciting, it isn't such a walk in the park either. Most women wonder: "How long does pre-labor last?"

You might want to get the symptoms over with and move on to the next chapter of your life with your child! So instead of waiting and worrying about the pain, I talk about what you need to know about pre-labor and how long it lasts for.

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What is the difference between ultrasound and sonogram?

If this is your first pregnancy, you might wonder if there’s a difference between an ultrasound and sonogram. These diagnostics provide a way to check on the baby’s progress in development. Also, obstetricians use this imaging to check on the placenta and other areas surrounding the baby.

The best part about this exam is that causes absolutely no harm to the baby.

So we’ll look at the difference in both types ultrasound and sonogram as well as the purposes they serve. I also included some information on to how to prepare and what to expect in case this is your first procedure.

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What Does Implantation Feel Like?

If you're trying to get pregnant, then you'll need to know that other things happen during the baby making process! Implantation is one of the important things to learn about when attempting to bear a child. It will help determine whether you are pregnant or not. This process has a few symptoms you experience, which may make you wonder: "What does implantation feel like?"

Implantation may be a bit confusing at first, but once you figure out the symptoms and how long it takes, you'll be able to prepare yourself for what's to come during this process. Read on as I talk about what you need to know regarding implantation and how it feels like.

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The Truth about Baby Sucking on Bottom Lip

What should you do when you see your baby sucking on bottom lip? Honestly, the best answer to this question is to get the camera because your baby’s facial expression during this activity is just priceless!

However, you’re still wondering why your baby is sucking in this manner. Also, you ponder on whether or not the sucking will lead to dental issues. Looking at some logical reasons for this habit can help you to remain assured that your baby will be ok and is simply going through another stage of development.

Because you need to consider the baby’s age as an important factor when this habit develops, there are a few possible reasons for this mannerism.

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What Does a Soft Cervix Mean?

During pregnancy, there is a lot of symptoms and terms you'll need to learn about. Not only will this help you become fully knowledgeable about your pregnancy and the health of your baby, but it will also help you know about what you can do to keep you and your child safe. You might have learned about having a soft cervix from your doctor. But what does a soft cervix mean?

If you're wondering what a soft cervix means and what its root causes are, then read on as I talk about soft cervixes and how it may affect your pregnancy.

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Itchy Breast While Breastfeeding? The Reasons You Need to Know

After giving birth to your beautiful baby, get ready to experience a lot of firsts, such as breastfeeding! Your child won't go straight to drinking milk formula but will be feeding off the milk you produce from your breast. It may be a bit painful at first, but you'll get used to him sucking and asking for milk. But wait - Do you have an itchy breast while breastfeeding?

The feeling is uncomfortable, sure, but the main question you might worry about is if it's unhealthy for your baby to be drinking from your itchy or painful nipples. Is it normal to go through this? Also, what can you do to stop it? Read on as I talk about what you need to know if you suffer from an itchy breast while breastfeeding?

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Guaranteed Ways to Prevent Baby Acne with Proper Hygiene

How do you lessen the chance of your little one developing baby acne with proper hygiene? This is a commonly occurring skin condition that happens to many newborns for seemingly no apparent reason. Although this condition can get bothersome for babies, the good news is it’s temporary and easy to treat.

So the basis of this information is to pass on tips to you relating to baby acne proper hygiene. You will gain some valuable information on bathing your baby, preventing acne from developing, and some remedies for treating your baby’s skin in the event this condition does occur. All of this information will serve well in helping you to keep your baby healthy and happy.

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Why Do Babies Pull Their Hair? How to Solve It Today

Taking care of your child is a very memorable experience, but there will be some issues you'll need to overcome. Whether you're breastfeeding your baby or playing with him, you may have noticed that he pulls his hair! Sometimes, the pulling ca get so bad that you find a few strands falling out. So why do babies pull their hair in the first place?

It might be confusing as to why he loves to pull their hair no matter the many toys you give him. Instead of worrying and waiting it out, I explain to you why babies pull their hair and what you can do to help prevent it from happening!

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What You Need to Know About Pink Discharge While Pregnant

Carrying a child is one of the best experiences in a woman's life. But it can come with a whirlwind of symptoms as well! During pregnancy, you might be noticing a lot of symptoms. From nausea to weird food cravings, you think that you've already seen it all! But there may be a time that you experience a pink discharge while pregnant.

And because miscarriages are often associated with blood or discomfort around your lower body, it may be a cause for alarm. Sure, you can go to a doctor, but to avoid spending too much time (and money!), I'll be talking about what a pink discharge means, may it be around your period or during pregnancy.

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