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Self Care Tips For New Moms

Self Care Tips For New Moms

When you’re a new mom, practicing self-care is challenging, but it’s also important. Your self-care needs are high, and you’re busy with a new born and major life changes. Ironically, just when you need self-care most is when it’s most difficult to achieve! Here’s why self-care is important for new mothers, what self-care really means, and how to get what you need.

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Newborn Daily Routine

Newborn Daily Routine The majority of a newborn's time is spent sleeping; they sleep roughly 16 hours out of every 24 hours. Night and day, they're trained to sleep in brief spurts of roughly 2-3 hours between feeding. In addition, babies require feeding every 2-4 hours. They require your attention at all hours of the day and night.

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Easing Trapped Wind In Babies

Easing Trapped Wind In Babies As adults, we all know how uncomfortable it can get if you have trapped wind. Babies are no exception; in fact, because they are still learning to digest, they might become very uncomfortable and in pain if they are unable to release gas. Read our blog for more ways you can help calm your gassy baby.

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How To Help A Colic Baby Sleep

How To Help A Colic Baby Sleep

Are you distressed by the crying patterns of your colicky baby? Aside from the tears, if you have a baby with colic, it is more than likely that none of you are sleeping well. Many physicians still do not agree about what causes colic or how to cure it, but most will agree that after three months of age, your baby’s colic will vanish. Three months in "babyland" is a long time, right? 

If you have a baby with colic, here are some tips for surviving the next three months.

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Does your baby sleep like this? Babies weird sleeping habits explained

Does your baby sleep like this? Babies weird sleeping habits explained All parents know that it’s important that their baby sleeps correctly, but the truth of the matter is that although there are “textbook” ways to sleep, it doesn’t always work out that way. Your baby will be unique and have their own sleeping styles. Some of these may be cause for concern, but in reality, most slightly weird sleeping habits are entirely innocent. In this blog, we’ll take a look at some of the more common “strange” sleeping styles, and go through what they could mean. 

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