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How To Help A Baby With Reflux Sleep At Night

How To Help A Baby With Reflux Sleep At Night

When your baby has reflux, it can really impact their ability to get a good night’s sleep. As a parent, you want your baby to sleep soundly every night, and when they do, you do. So it’s in everyone’s best interests to find a way to help your baby with reflux sleep better. We’re going to talk today about some little tricks you can try so read on to find out more.

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Why Do Babies Hiccup?

Why Do Babies Hiccup? Hiccups are very common in babies and if your baby seems to be hiccuping a lot, you might be curious to know why this is and what you can do to help. We’re going to talk about how hiccups can be eased and possibly prevented so read on now to find out more.

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New Year, New Baby? Top Tips For Expecting Mothers In 2021

New Year, New Baby? Top Tips For Expecting Mothers In 2021 2020 has certainly been a difficult year for most of us, but if you’ve been dealing with a pregnancy at the same time, you truly are a superhero. With 2021 just around the corner and hopefully happier times ahead for all of us, there’s room for expecting mothers to be a little more optimistic and positive. Here are some tips for anyone who’s expecting a baby in the New Year.

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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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What Foods Help With Baby Reflux?

What Foods Help With Baby Reflux?

Introducing solid foods to a baby with reflux can feel daunting, especially if you feel you’ve just started to get your baby’s flare-ups under control. The following suggestions can help minimise any difficulties related to introducing your baby to solid foods.

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