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What To Do If Your Newborn Has Trapped Wind

What To Do If Your Newborn Has Trapped Wind Symptoms your baby may experience include a bloated tummy, straining to pass wind, difficulty burping and excessive flatulence. These symptoms can be very unsettling for newborns and can result in a lot of crying. Not to worry, here is some guidance on what you can do to prevent and ease trapped wind for your newborn.

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Dealing With A Crying Baby As A New Parent

Dealing With A Crying Baby As A New Parent

It's easier said than done to stay cool when your baby is screaming. During the initial few days, weeks, and months, tensions and emotions are high.

The desire to calm your child – and the frustration that comes with it if you can't – can be overwhelming. However, it is also critical to strive to look out for oneself during these trying times.  Crying is a normal part of a baby's development, and there are a variety of reasons why they cry. To learn more, continue reading. 

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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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When Do Babies Start To Roll Over?

When Do Babies Start To Roll Over? Your baby has been growing and learning for a few months now, and with each passing day, is becoming more mobile and alert than ever before. Rolling over on his or her own will be one among your child's early developmental milestones. Continue reading to learn when your baby might begin rolling over and how to encourage it with play.

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10 Top Tips for Moms with Newborn Babies

10 Top Tips for Moms with Newborn Babies Your life might be turned upside down, a whirlwind of activity and excitement but also stressful and exhausting when caring for your new born 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Whether you're a first-time parent or a seasoned pro, try these practical solutions to keep stress under control.

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