• diapers1
    Diapers
    As a healthy newborn, baby should wet at least four to six diapers a day. If breastfed, she may pass motion after each feed, although by three to six weeks of age, she may only do so once a week and still remain healthy. Disposable diapers come in handy when travelling and at night. They ...
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    Baby's Routine Check-ups
    Medical check-ups are a necessity for us; babies are no different. In fact, in baby’s first year of life, he will need to attend a few check-ups. Make the most of these visits by finding out what to expect and what you can do. Why bring baby for check-ups? Baby’s growth, health and development will ...
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    Are Your Child's Sheets Wet Again?
    Children do not wet the bed on purpose, out of spite or to irritate their parents. Just as developmental milestones vary from child to child, so does the ability to control the bladder. Bedwetting is normal for children below five years of age. Beyond this age, it may be due to several reasons: being a ...
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    Bye-bye Nappy
    There’s no question that babies are adorable, from their chubby cheeks to their little stubby fingers. When you look at the rapid growth of your threemonth- old, you may even wish he could remain a baby just a little longer – if only that didn’t mean having to change his diapers for a longer time! ...
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    Please Don't Cry, My Baby
    All babies cry. However, if your baby seems to cry more frequently, more intensively and for longer periods than you would like (or can bear, for that matter), you might be abl to figure out the reason by asking yourself the following questions. Question # 1: Is baby uncomfortable? A: Change baby’s nappy if it’s ...
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    Bath Time
    Cleaning Baby’s Face Line a changing table, sink counter or floor with bath towel. Soak six pieces of cotton wool in a small bowl of cooled boiled water. Lay baby down and undress her.Wrap her up snugly in the bath towel. Using one piece of soaked cotton wool, wipe each eye from the nose outwards. ...
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    Sleeping Baby
    You start to see her yawn, and then slowly but surely her eyelids begin to droop and flutter. Soon, you can hear her breathing sounds. It’s such a wonderful feeling to watch baby sleep. How you wish you could just sleep like her. You should let baby sleep because she is entitled to her rest. ...
  • diaperchange1
    Diaper Change
    Not origami, but close How to fold a nappy in 8 simple steps. Step 1: Lay a clean nappy flat on a clean surface. Step 2: Pull the two bottom corners upwards to fold the diaper into a rectangle. Step 3: Pull the two left corners to the right, forming a smaller square. Step 4: ...
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    Hush Little Baby, Don't You Cry
    Being a new mom, you are naturally excited about bonding with your baby. Unfortunately, your little bundle of joy cannot seem to stop crying! Wait, do not join your baby in a burst of tears just yet. This is common and perfectly normal, so do not worry. There are ways to soothe your crying baby: ...
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    Topping & Tailing
    Topping and tailing means cleaning only the parts of your baby that really need cleaning: hands, face, neck and nappy area. It is a great alternative to a bath, especially when baby is under six weeks old. This is how you do it: Cleaning Baby’s Face Undress baby down to her nappy, wrap her up ...