What you eat after pregnancy, affects the quantity of breast milk, so if you want to increase your breast milk supply, these are the top 5 foods you should eat more often. If you have any concerns, or you think that you are allergic to some of these foods, contact your physician or a lactation consultant first. Continue reading 5 Foods that will increase your breast milk supply
People often think this method of sleep training involves leaving babies alone to cry for as long as it takes before they fall asleep. Continue reading Why should you let your baby cry it out?
Summer is coming and we are sure that a lot of parents want to teach their babies how to swim. Many of you have considered singing your baby up for swimming lessons, and that’s a smart move, but only if your baby is old enough.
Even before your baby sports his first tooth it’s a good idea to get into the habit of wiping his gums with gauze or a soft wet washcloth during bath time. You don’t need to use any toothpaste yet. Simply wrap the cloth or gauze around your index finger and rub it gently over his gums. Continue reading This is how you should brush your baby’s teeth
Massage is a lovely way for you to express love and care for your baby. It can soothe your baby and help her to sleep. Also it has many added benefits for your baby, including improving weight gain, aiding digestion, improving circulation, easing teething pain or helping your partner to bond with your baby. Continue reading This is how you need to massage your baby every day
From bones separating to a blue vagina your pregnant body is going to do some strange things in nine months.
Kids’ diets can be a little hit or miss, to say the least. But, by adding more super foods, you can maximize the vitamins, minerals, fiber, and healthy fats your kids eat at each meal or snack. To inspire you, we’ve highlighted 10 foods that pack a nutritional punch. Plus, family-friendly recipes will help you get these super foods on the table quickly, easily, and deliciously. Continue reading 10 Super foods For Your Kids
You’re reading this at 3 am, aren’t you? It’s rough right now, we know. But eventually, baby will sleep longer stretches—usually around 3 months—and may even sleep through the night around 6 months. So you need to be smart and a little sneaky to get in as much sleep as you can. Try these tactics: Continue reading How to sleep more now that the baby is here?
No one can answer that question but you, and there’s a lot to consider. This decision involves a lot of thought, such as planning when to stop using birth control, determining how much time to take off work, and figuring out if you can still afford childcare. Continue reading Are you ready for a second baby?
Babies vary in shape and size as much as grown-ups do, and how much weight your baby gains each month can vary depending on factors like genetics, how much she’s fed, and whether she’s getting breast milk or formula. Continue reading How much weight should a healthy baby gain each month?