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From newborn to 36 months –  here we cover all things related to pregnancy, birth, and your baby’s development, including sleep and nutrition.

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What Causes Eczema In Babies?

What Causes Eczema In Babies?

Eczema can occur at any age, but it most frequently occurs in babies. Eczema or atopic dermatitis is dry, inflamed, itchy skin. Though some babies with eczema also have asthma or allergies, a triad that leads us to call the child ‘atopic,’ most babies or kids with eczema do not have allergies or asthma.

Newborn Baby Rash 101

Newborn Baby Rash 101

Newborn Rashes come in many forms. Neonatal acne, for example, is a common, temporary skin condition that usually develops on a baby’s face. It looks like tiny red or white bumps or pimples. It occurs in about 20 percent of newborns. Baby acne only happens in your baby’s first few months of life. In almost all cases, the acne resolves on its own without treatment.

Diaper Rash 101

Diaper Rash 101

Most babies experience at least one diaper rash before they are out of diapers. Diaper rashes are the most common rashes we see in babies, and for a good reason. Urine and stool can be very irritating to the delicate and sensitive skin of a baby’s bottom! Luckily, most rashes are easily manageable.

Pimple Remedies for Baby Acne

Pimple Remedies for Baby Acne

Pimple Remedies for Baby Acne – Yes, Ugly, But It’ll Soon be a Thing of the Past! When my younger son was born, he had amazing skin, blemish free and gorgeous. By week 3 his face was covered in baby acne, and it grossed me out. I was at my lowest with too little sleep...

Baby Poo Cheat Sheet – What Is Normal Poop??

Baby Poo Cheat Sheet – What Is Normal Poop??

Baby Poo – What Is Normal? Baby Poo and new parents obsession with it .. and how can they not be? After all, you get up close and personal with poop several times a day. Poo simply cannot help but take a place front and center in your mind! So it’s not surprising that...

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Facts About Breastfeeding and Weight Loss

Facts About Breastfeeding and Weight Loss

Breastfeeding and Weight Loss Some Facts To Consider Weight loss and breastfeeding. Plug those three words into Google and you will get back over 2 million search results. Sorting through all of these pages and trying to figure out what is factual information can be...

Picking The Best Breast Pump For You

Picking The Best Breast Pump For You

Breast Pump 101 - What's The Best For You Picking the best breast pump isn't a one-pump-suits-all. I won’t lie – I hate pumping more than just about anything. It is one of the most annoying things I’ve ever done. But, I went back to work when my older son was 6 months...

How to Store Breast Milk

How to Store Breast Milk

How to Store Breast Milk Many women who breast-feed use a breast milk pump at least occasionally. Some women use the breast milk pump to increase breast milk supply. As breast feeding is ‘supply and demand’, the breasts should respond to the demand of the pump by...

The Latest From Baby Sleep

Nightmares and Night Terrors in Children

Nightmares and Night Terrors in Children

Many kids experience nightmares and night terrors, but most will grow out of them. Even though nightmares don’t cause any long-term psychological problems to kids, both night terrors and nightmares are different in general. Here’s what causes nightmares and night terrors, and what you need to know.

Tips For Optimal (And Safe) Baby Sleep

Tips For Optimal (And Safe) Baby Sleep

Best Tips For Safe Baby Sleep “Compensation for this post was provided by hydraSense®. Opinions expressed here are my own.” I spend a fair part of my day with newborns, young babies and their often-exhausted parents! I am asked constantly how I can ensure they are...

How To Get Baby To Sleep In Crib Longer

How To Get Baby To Sleep In Crib Longer

Is Your Child Ready to Transition From a Crib to a Bed? How To Get Baby To Sleep In Crib Longer I’ve done it, maybe you did it, and certainly many of the parents I work with have done it: transitioning our children from their crib to a bed too early. It’s a big step...

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