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7 Essentials When Weaning Your Baby

It is a relief when a new mom finds friendly guides such as this to help the new challenges she needs to face like weaning her baby. Are you struggling to make it happen too? Anyways, it all comes to starting with the basics. It is just simple than you might think. For a start, secure the essential tools that you will need when starting to feed your baby — choosing the right one matters. Let me guide you on what to put on your checklist.

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Nighttime Potty Training Session: Is it time?

Being a parent having your first baby, handling different "baby situations" is never easy. From letting your baby eat to sleeping, there are troubles we have to go through, as parents, before really getting there. One of the trickiest challenges I ever had to face was training my baby boy how to have potty breaks at night.

In the beginning, things were off to a rough start. He would cry all night, and we would check on him only to see his bed sheets wet or, he was just sleeping, and yet his bed sheet were still drenched!

Are you experiencing the same?

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When Did Your Baby Start Crawling? It is a Milestone You Should Not Miss!

I know that you were excited witnessing your baby’s first attempt to crawl. I bet that your camera was always ready for it because you believed it could happen anytime sooner. When did your baby start crawling? Did you manage to capture it?

For how long did your baby depend on you? You spent time pushing baby carriers for her and carry her along from one place to another. One day, to your surprise, she manages to crawl. Your newborn is now capable of moving across her nursery.

Crawling is a big step toward being independent. I call it a milestone that your baby has achieved. This stage is the start of her endless mobility. When you were in focus of her first attempt to roll, now you are waiting for her to crawl. Brace yourself for in this baby’s physical development, this is also the beginning of your constant assistance on guiding and guarding her against harm.

Your enthusiasm on the anticipating of your child’s freedom to move from point A to point B is just natural for a parent. Learn when are the right time for babies to start crawling and its significance on her physical development. It would not be long to see your baby crawl to get her milk from the other side of the room!

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How Much Eye Contact is Normal for Babies?

Who can ever explain the overwhelming emotion that you feel when staring eye to eye with your baby? The natural connection is what my elders call the family bond. How much eye contact is normal for babies?

Naturally, eye contact is essential whenever you need or want to. With the benefits, you cannot measure the frequency in doing it. In fact, I encourage you to do the same as many times as possible.

In this article, I will tell you the importance of eye gaze within your family circle particularly with your little ones. How to make it right and how frequent you need to do it are all part of how memorable and wonderful it would be.

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Outdoor Activities for Your Baby within Your Budget

Babies are not hard to please. In fact, I don’t need much effort to make them laugh. They are simple, pure and innocent. In this age, it is best to take advantage and grab all the chance to spend time with them. You see, going outdoors with them doesn’t demand a lot of expense.

Here are outdoor activities for your baby that is within your budget. Quality time with your family doesn’t have to be expensive. All you need is time and a little bit of creativity.

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Clothes for Your Little Girl: How to Pick the Right Outfit?

I am a bit of a fashionista mom. So, when I gave birth to my little girl, I became so excited when thinking about the trendy baby clothes. Well, of course, I finally have a little me!

Hence, when I was ready, my favorite role as a mom has just begun. That is, yep, shopping! I can totally talk about this forever, but for a start, I will be sharing with you a practical guide on how to choose the right outfit for your little girl.

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How To Congratulate Someone On Their New Born Baby

The arrival of a new born baby in the family often bring immersive joy, whatever the sex of the child might be, the family are always happy to welcome their source of happiness and treasure. Family, friend and relations from both far and wide often come together to celebrate the new born. Its has become a norm in the society to celebrate the arrival of a fresh and new baby in the family.

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Baby Can’t keep Pacifier in Mouth: Do You Want to Learn Some Tricks?

It fell off again! Do you think that this cute dilemma will never end? I call it cute since even though my baby can’t keep a pacifier in mouth, I like to see her little lips work on trying to hold it.

Well, sometimes I know she spits it off deliberately, but all is well. At least, I prefer pacifiers than my baby sucking her fingers.

I had a hard time with this on my firstborn, but now that I know the tricks to keep that naughty pacifier in place, it’s no longer a big challenge for me. Since babies don’t know how to use their hands yet, you might need some of my old time tricks to help you out.

I promise it would be easy and fun.

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Baby “Teething Fever”: Look at the Facts behind It

It is true that a baby gives joy to an empty home. The day I gave birth to my little one, she was warm, cuddly and has a heavenly scent.  When she cast out her infectious smile, the whole room was contaminated. However, when that little white tooth popped out, the so-called “Teething Fever” started, and I thought I was doomed.

What is the relation of fever and baby teething? Let us find out!

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My Newborn Farts a Lot! Is This a Scary Medical Warning?

I know it’s cute and funny when babies pass gas with that weird expression on the face. I just couldn’t get enough with it! But what does frequent farting says about an infant’s health?

When my newborn farts a lot, I knew there was something wrong especially when he cries along with it. I can’t help but worry about what’s behind the bad smell and the apparent pain that it brings.

Does your little one fart a lot too?

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