Babies

Each baby has his or her own needs, timeline, and personality. We want to join you, month by month, on this wonderful adventure and give you along the way all the best information on breastfeeding, health problems, sleep issues, psychomotor development and more.

Newborn Jaundice: What You Should Know

The fears and doubts of parents about their newborns are so wide that any rash or symptom can concern them. In the case of newborn jaundice, however, know that it isn’t something you should worry about. Nevertheless, you should supervise…

The Best Pacifiers on the Market

If you’ve just had or are about to have a baby, at some point you may wonder how to select the best pacifiers. You’ll probably go after the highest quality you can find. However, this can be hard, because there’s…

How to Help Your Baby Expel Gas

Babies need to expel gas correctly. If they don’t, the gases can provoke discomfort and irritation. In this article, we’ll tell you how you can help your little one expel gas correctly. Infants and gases It’s very common for infants…

Tips to Encourage Your Baby to Crawl

You’d probably love to encourage your baby to crawl. After all, a baby’s first years of life are full of exciting and magical moments. Their progress and completion of every milestone fill parents with pride. It’s a source of celebration.…

How to Prevent a Neonatal Infection

A neonatal infection, or sepsis, is a serious condition that affects newborn babies and that, if not treated in a timely manner, may lead to a tragic outcome. Do you know what we’re talking about? If not, continue reading to…

The Causes of Constipation in Babies

If your baby is upset and crying, they may be constipated. In this article, we’re going to tell you what the main causes of constipation in babies are and how you can relieve your child’s discomfort. Don’t miss out on…

Five Natural Remedies for Baby Colic

Baby colic is a cause for concern for many parents. Although it doesn’t usually indicate a serious disorder, the baby’s prolonged and intense crying can be distressing. This problem is described as vigorous crying that can extend for more than…