We don’t always associate infants teeth brushing as a need. We assume that once they grow up at age 2, when all of their teeth are out. That’s when we should begin brushing, but that’s not correct.
A lot of parents actually believe that’s its bad to brush infants teeth, that fluoride is bad for infants and toddlers health. I want to tell you why even brushing the temporary teeth is important.
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Giving your baby, the very first spoon of baby food is exciting. It is a big leap in your babies life and development. All babies act differently when they try baby food for the very first time. Some make really funny faces, while others can’t stop asking for more.
Everyone probably have heard stories from our parents, how we tried our first spoons of food.
How was your first time trying baby food?
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Babies first bath usually scares every parent, because the baby is so fragile and small. Moms I will tell you by a secret man are more scared than us. I know a lot of families where man were even scared to hold their baby for the very first time.
Thinking about bath time was something outer space for them, but don’t worry about that with my tips and tricks you will be more than ready to give your very own first bath.
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How precision is it when we see our little ones learn to crawl and walk. When they say their first words.
For us parents it’s the best thing that could happen, to see those precious moments.
Every day our babies learn a new thing and accomplish a lot in their development, we need to learn to help them true everything.
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All moms know how painful it is for our babies while they are teething. Sometimes we don’t even notice that our baby is teething, until their big chewing teeth come out. Every baby is different, but they all have the same common signs of teething.
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Hello to all the mom’s out there, before we get into the topic of weaning. I want to say Happy Mothers Day. Wish you and your baby to stay always healthy.
A lot of moms are struggling with ending the breastfeeding, I will talk about the five signs that will let you know when your baby is ready to end with breast milk, these signs are proven by a lot of moms.
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Hey, mommies I know you heard a lot about infant and toddler sleep tips. Our moms and grandmas tell us and we listen and try to follow. What they did with us, but did you know there is a lot myths about infant and toddler sleep in general. I will tell you why the most common five sleeping tips are myths.
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When your baby is born it is swaddled right away not only to keep it warm, but also so your little one doesn’t get scared of all the space available around. Infant are used to being in moms belly, where it is all tight and cozy.
Especially the premature babies, they will calm down easier when you place your hand steady on them. Rather than when you will try doing slow circles on their hands or heads. For infants, it is all about the firm contact. It makes them feel safe.
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I know that Pediatrics recommend not to co sleep with an infant, and they give a lot of reasonable facts why not to do so. I understand their concerns about co sleeping, but me personally I started co sleeping with my baby when he turned 2 months.
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We as parents make a lot of choices for our kids. What they eat, when they sleep, who they play with it, and with what they play with.
Do you, know why we make does choices?
We make the choices because we care about them, we want our little ones to grow healthy and smart. We want them to have the bright future ahead of them. The future that some of us didn’t have, we want to give it to them.
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