Colic and reflux are two of the most common conditions that can affect newborn babies. Around a quarter of all babies suffer with colic, and reflux is estimated to be double that. As an expecting or new parent, it is important to know the difference between the two so you can know how to comfort your baby. At babocush, we are extremely familiar with both colic and reflux, so these pointers on how to address the conditions should help.
Use the last few weeks of your pregnancy to start getting things organised before your due date. Being well organised now will make things easier for you and your family when your baby arrives.
It goes without saying that bringing a newborn into your household is a life-changing experience and can present some difficulties for Mom and Dad. It’s crucial to exercise self-care so that both parents are in the best possible frame of mind to parent their new bundle of joy.
After a few months of vocalising and linguistic experimenting, from coos to growls to sing-songy combinations of vowels and consonants, your baby is likely to say their first words. By the age of eight months, your baby will most likely be putting together "ma-ma" and "da-da" noises without knowing what they represent. But it's a developmental milestone that seems like magic when those sounds start to turn into words with meaning.
Trigger foods are foods that cause an allergic reaction in certain people, but they differ from person to person. Although sugar is commonly contained in trigger foods and drinks, it does not cause acid reflux on its own. What you need to know about sugar and acid reflux is outlined below.