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Archive for October, 2010

Love Works Wonders!

Friday, October 29th, 2010

Many studies have shown that hugs, kisses, and cuddles can be the most amazing cure to most or even all of your child’s problems. Love and affection may boost kid’s health, mood and confidence. Make the most of the amazing sense of touch. Don’t let your children (more…)

Dealing With Your Baby’s Fever

Tuesday, October 26th, 2010

Fever itself is usually not dangerous. Fever is a sign that the body is fighting an infection. It’s a normal response when there’s a germ invading the body. When the immune system detects a bacteria or virus there’s an increase in white blood cells which sends a message to the (more…)

Giving Baby Slings A Try

Thursday, October 21st, 2010

Recently there have been a few recalls on baby slings causing parents to be a little nervous about them. There is no reason to be worried. The baby carriers that were recalled were unsafe. Most baby slings do not fit that profile and are completely safe. When they are used (more…)

Babies Stomach Troubles

Monday, October 18th, 2010

Since your baby’s digestive system is at the beginning stages of development there will be occasions where things don’t run so smooth. Seeing your baby in pain can be scary and frightening. Every mother must know the signs of trouble, how to care for them, and when you must (more…)

Baby Rashes

Wednesday, October 13th, 2010

Most mothers will tell you that their baby’s skin broke out in a rash during their first year. Why is this? A human’s skin protects their body from all sorts of elements and bacteria, but it takes approximately a year for it to do it’s job at the right speed and to function effectively. The skin starts out much thinner and does not (more…)

When’s The Best Time To Toilet Train?

Monday, October 11th, 2010

The approach that some people take, which is not favored by many experts, is the all at once – just stopping cold turkey approach. The experts suggest however, waiting for cues from your child, knowing that he’s ready to start and then take it slow. Training gradually is for sure less exhausting. It shields both parents and children from unnecessary frustration that can minimize (more…)

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