Category: New Mom?

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When Will My Child Be Ready

Its almost inevitable to hear the question “When will my child be able to..?” This is the same thing as asking “ When will my child grow an inch taller?” Due to each and every child being different, they also have an inner timetable, invisible to the naked eye. Doctors or friends can make educated […]

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Studies Confirm That Regional Anesthesia Is Best For Infants

In the past, experts believed general anesthesia was the best and safest form of anesthesia for infants. New findings have shown that general anesthesia,when given to a baby during the first year of life, could increase their risk for developing learning issues. One study found the development of ADHD was linked to infants when they […]

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Creating A Healthy Attachment With Your Child

As a society, we raise our children with the expectation of becoming self-reliant, in hopes they will make close, loving and intimate relationships with those around them. Instead, these are the same children who are taught very early in life, not to disclose their feelings. Children are also being taught to suppress how they feel […]

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Bathing Your Newborn

Creating a bathing routine for your new baby is very important, especially in the first week of life. If a baby is changed frequently, they won’t need bathed daily. That doesn’t mean you can’t incorporate sponge bathing into their nightly routine. Bathing in a tub with certain soaps could dry out your baby’s delicate skin, […]

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Mother’s Personality & How It Affects Breastfeeding

The fact that some women can breastfeed and others can’t, is a topic on the tongues of most new mothers. The proclivity to breastfeed and wanting to continue to breastfeed is found to have a lot to do with a mother’s personality. Before delivering, a new mother may need to acquire additional help to confidently […]

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Your Toddler’s Speech Milestones

It’s always a thrill to hear your toddler talk away, and watch their vocabulary blossom as they grow older. The way a child enunciates and combines new words, is a joy to watch and see. As time passes, you’ll start to see your child put sentences together, learning different sounds from those around them. During […]

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Is Your Child Considered Sensitive?

Does your child enjoy quiet time alone, or do they love big, noisy groups? Does your child tend to read your mind, and ask tons of questions? Is your child incredibly perceptive regarding all minor details in life? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you may be raising a highly sensitive child, […]

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4 Baby Making Mistakes Corrected

Many couples plan most of the things in their life. They plan to get married, they plan their perfect honeymoon, and then they plan for a baby. What many don’t plan for is not being able to conceive after trying for over a year. You would think conceiving would be super easy, but in fact […]

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Advice and Tips For Bathing Your Newborn

Advice and Tips For Bathing Your Newborn Creating a routine for bathing your newborn is very important, especially in the first week of life. If a baby is changed frequently, they won’t need to be bathed daily. That doesn’t mean you can’t incorporate sponge bathing into their nightly routine. Bathing in a tub with certain soaps […]

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From Mommy to Mama and More

From Mommy to Mama and More When you first bring that bundle of joy home you just can’t wait to hear their first words. Of course, what you want to hear from them is “mommy” and for most kids that is the moniker that sticks, at least at first. But have you noticed the switch […]

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Is Your Child Ready For Preschool?

Is Your Child Ready For Preschool? Among the many hard decisions parents will face in the first few years of their child’s life, is the question of preschool. Most preschools start accepting children when they reach 2 1/2 years old, but that doesn’t always mean your child is ready. The readiness of a child about […]

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Baby Formula Health Facts

Baby Formula Health Facts The gold standard of nutrition for your child is breastfeeding. Through breastfeeding, you’re offering your child active enzymes, hormones and other important compounds. Many feel that there’s nothing better than giving their newborn baby a piece of them, something that is beneficial to both their health and development in the years […]

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