Tag: baby

When Should I Start Putting Baby In Crib?

It may seem like a small thing, but getting your baby sleeping in their crib is a huge deal. And I’m talking not only as a milestone, but also for their health. Once you have a newborn, there is probably countless times you rush over in a panic to make sure your baby is still

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What To Eat When Your Baby Has A Cow’s Milk Allergy?

Before my pregnancy I decided to follow a mostly vegetarian diet. Sure I had thought about going vegan, but there was no way I could ever give up cheese. (Hello, pizza??!!)  Going two years without chicken and beef was easy, but quitting my affair with grilled cheese sandwiches and ice cream just was something I

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Should I Give My Newborn A Pacifier? The Guilt And Reasons Why No Harm Will Be Done

Like a Gremlin my newborn turns into a monster in the later part of the evening and cluster feeds some nights. It seems like nothing will satisfy his need to keep on sucking. Last night we were going on hour three when my boobs felt depleted and saying I was sore is an understatement. It

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How To Get Rid Of Newborn Gas And Hiccups

As a first time parent, one of the most scary things is that inevitable day when your baby gets sick for the first time. And nothing is more scary than having a late fall/winter baby when flu season is in full swing. While my little bundle of joy is healthy as can be, I have

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How To Prevent Baby Boy From Peeing Through Diapers

When it comes to changing my newborn son, I am at two disadvantages: one, this is my first child so I am a new mom, and two, I come from a family of predominately girls. This means I had no clue how to even change a boys diaper until taking an infant prep class when

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Babies Born Holding Hands

Twin sisters were born already best friends in Ohio on Friday, as they were delivered holding hands. The twins, named Jillian and Jenna Thistlethwaite, had a rare monoamniotic birth, where the babies shared an amniotic sac and placenta. Also called “mono mono” identical twins, the girls were in constant contact during the entire gestation period—plenty

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