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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 Oxygen Levels Drop When Sleeping: How Dangerous Can It Be?

How terrifying it can be for a mom to find out that her baby’s oxygen level drops when sleeping. I can imagine how frantic one can get to see that happening. Unfortunately, this condition occurs in newborns especially to those who are born prematurely.

Oxygen level for infants is monitored and evaluated right after birth. Measurement of oxygen saturation is vital to know the health status of your baby’s respiratory, heart and circulatory system. Breathing irregularities could be a sign of this condition.

Find out what you need to do when this happens to your newborn.

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How Many Baby Blankets Do I Need for Each Kind?

Preparing for the coming of a newborn is fun and exciting but also exhausting and confusing at times. I needed help from friends who became moms before me. A little bit of advice from the experts taught me how many baby blankets I need for the first months. 

Soon you will find out that even natural and simple matters of having a child could be complicated for a new mother. Let us start with the basics.

Do you think you have enough for your need?

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How Many Burp Cloths Do I need In a Day?

One, two or three? I just do not know how many burp cloths I need that are enough to sustain a day. While I wait for some to dry, I have a few pieces to use for the rest of the night. I use burp cloths to wipe and clean my baby’s spit ups, drools, milk, and just about any mess I find in her face.

Running out of burp cloths is annoying. Often, I find myself rummaging for alternatives. I need it to be within my reach anytime. Do you have an idea how many burp cloths should I keep?

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How to Reduce My Child’s Fever Easily with No Medicine?

I get alarmed when it comes to fever. I panic when my baby is too hot.  Moreover, when the fussiness starts, my stress level goes crazy.  Now, not anymore.

Do not be scared to try using natural remedies when your child is sick. How can I reduce my child’s fever without using medicine? You will be surprised to find many ways to do so.

Fever is a natural reaction when the body is fighting sickness. Reducing it does not help. I am conservative when it comes to medication. However, when the temperature is high, (38 degrees C or higher), you can apply non-medical approach as first aid.

You will see, learning some traditional ways is a significant relief.  
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How to Survive and Calm a Crying Child on the Plane

Have an upcoming flight with your baby? Especially if it’s your first time, you’re probably worried about disturbing other passengers. Perhaps, you’re simply a lonesome passenger trying to sleep on a long-haul flight but couldn’t because the loud lullaby of the baby on the row behind you doesn’t help to put you to sleep?

No matter which side you are on, you don’t have to worry because you’re not alone.

Many moms and passengers have to deal with this scenario every day and fortunately, there are simple ways you can do to calm these angels and let you and other passengers fly comfortably.

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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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