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  • 7 Newborn Sleep Safety Precautions To Reduce The Risk Of SIDS

    7 Newborn Sleep Safety Precautions To Reduce The Risk Of SIDS

    In the United States alone, there’s been a scary rise in numbers of young babies who’s lives were put in danger by circumstances that we could have otherwise prevented. And in most of these cases, they were both sudden and related to airway obstruction. We can always hope that it won’t happen to us, but the best way to reduce the risk of SIDS is to be informed about sleep safety. First, we need to be educated about what could lead to […]

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  • 4 Things You Should Avoid Doing With Your Newborn

    4 Things You Should Avoid Doing With Your Newborn

    Newborns are precious and incredibly fragile. There are a lot of obvious things that you shouldn’t do to a newborn baby, but there are still a couple that new and expectant parents have to be informed about in order to keep their tiny bundle of joy safe and sound. Here are the 4 things you should not to with your newborn: 1. Let him sleep on his tummy One of the most serious things that you should be warned about is […]

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  • 4 Tips To Make The Crib To Bedroom Transition Safe And Easy (Part 2)

    4 Tips To Make The Crib To Bedroom Transition Safe And Easy (Part 2)

    Your child climbs out of his crib again, and it hits you– it’s time to graduating from the crib and move to his own bed and/or bedroom. While this will obviously be an exciting time for you. there are important steps that you’ll have to take in order to make the transition both safe and easy for your child. (Read the first part of this article HERE.) Make it easy Even though your child might be very curious about his new environment, an abrupt transition to […]

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  • 4 Tips To Make The Crib To Bedroom Transition Safe And Easy (Part 1)

    4 Tips To Make The Crib To Bedroom Transition Safe And Easy (Part 1)

    Your child climbs out of his crib again, and it hits you– it’s time to graduating from the crib and move to his own bed and/or bedroom. While this will obviously be an exciting time for you. there are important steps that you’ll have to take in order to make the transition both safe and easy for your child. Make It Safe Now that your child is completely mobile, you’ll need to make sure that his new bedroom is as safe as his […]

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  • 3 Toddler Hazards You May Not Be Aware Of

    3 Toddler Hazards You May Not Be Aware Of

    Hazard #1: Homes of child-free friends. It can be pretty challenging to make sure your toddler’s safe in homes that aren’t set up for small children—especially when it doesn’t house any kids. However, there are ways that you can have some peace of mind. If there happens to be some sort of play yard in there, that’s usually the easiest way to go. Then again, you can’t expect your child to stay there during your entire stay. Once you arrive, […]

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  • 5 Signs Of A Bad Daycare Center (Part 1)

    5 Signs Of A Bad Daycare Center (Part 1)

    When you decide to seek the help of a daycare center for childcare, you’ll definitely have tons of questions to ask. Are they credited? Have there been any problems in the past? How good are they at caring for newborns? Surely you wouldn’t want to just leave your kid at a place that you don’t trust, and we completely understand any concerns that you may have. Here’s something that can give you an easier time, though—there are actually a lot […]

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  • Is It Safe? 10 Answers For Breastfeeding Moms’ Common Health Questions (Part 2)

    Is It Safe? 10 Answers For Breastfeeding Moms’ Common Health Questions (Part 2)

    By choosing to breastfeed our babies, not only are we aiming to give them the best for their health but we’re also committing ourselves to become a host for nutrition–just as we were during pregnancy. Although not as direct anymore, there are several things that could worry any first-time breastfeeding mother because of the fact that some of the things that you ingest can reach and affect your milk and, therefore, your baby. Here are several common health issues that may help […]

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  • Is It Safe? 10 Answers For Breastfeeding Moms’ Common Health Questions (Part 2)

    Is It Safe? 10 Answers For Breastfeeding Moms’ Common Health Questions (Part 2)

    By choosing to breastfeed our babies, not only are we aiming to give them the best for their health but we’re also committing ourselves to become a host for nutrition–just as we were during pregnancy. Although not as direct anymore, there are several things that could worry any first-time breastfeeding mother because of the fact that some of the things that you ingest can reach and affect your milk and, therefore, your baby. Here are several common health issues that may […]

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  • Top 10 Babywearing Mistakes Parents Make (Part 2)

    Top 10 Babywearing Mistakes Parents Make (Part 2)

    With all the beneficial (and healthy) reasons to babywear, there’s almost no excuse to try it out. Not only are the the babies loving it but the moms, too, are enjoying motherhood more because of the chance to hold their babies more. And the scientific fact is, you should—but in the proper way. In order to keep our babies safe and snug, we parents should avoid making common mistakes that others have made while babywearing. We’ve already mentioned the first five HERE, […]

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