Newborn

Ages & Stages
Health & Wellness

Tips for Successful Breastfeeding

When a mother chooses to breastfeed, she can face many challenges from pain and soreness to low milk supply. Here are some of our favorite tips to help you successfully breastfeed your baby!

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Health & Wellness

Using Mother’s Milk Tea to Boost Supply

Drinking Mother’s Milk Tea is one popular method of boosting milk supply for nursing moms. This herbal tea can be found at health food stores, and some grocery stores, depending on your area.

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Ages & Stages
Health & Wellness

Could My Baby Be Born With Teeth?

Although rare, it is not completely unheard of for a baby to be born with teeth. On average, 1 out of every 2000 babies is born with teeth. Teeth that are visible at birth are actually called natal teeth. Since natal teeth normally have minimal root structure, they are often loose and wobbly.

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Health & Wellness

How to Treat Diaper Rash

It happens to most babies. One day, you’re changing a diaper and notice your little one’s bottom is red, dry and possibly flaking or cracked. This is likely a common diaper rash. Not to worry–there are plenty of ways to treat your baby’s bottom.

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Health & Wellness

How to Cure Your Baby’s Hiccups

While cute, newborn baby hiccups might be annoying for your little one. Read on to find out why it’s happening and what to do about it. Keep in mind newborn hiccups are more of an annoyance than a medical problem. They’re generally nothing to worry about.

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Health & Wellness

Should You Circumcise Your Baby Boy?

Circumcising newborn boys is a personal decision for all parents. Throughout the world, there are many faiths and cultures that require young boys to be circumcised. However, it is not mandatory. If you don’t feel comfortable circumcising your baby, there is no need to do it. Hospitals and pediatricians do not require infant males to be circumcised. There is no law requiring circumcision.

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Ages & Stages
Living

Is Green Poop Normal for a Newborn?

Finding green poop in your baby’s diaper can freak parents out. Frothy bright green poo is most associated with low-calorie breastfeeding. Don’t worry– the solution is simple!

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Ages & Stages

When Do Babies Roll Over?

Before babies learn to crawl and walk, they need to reach the significant milestone of rolling over.

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