Place the humidifier at least 3 feet away from the crib. Place the humidifier in the area of the room you want to humidify the most and with…

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Babies have a natural affinity to water and you can safely take your baby swimming as early as 3 months. It’s important to introduce your baby to water…

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It’s generally recommended that babies be fed whenever they seem hungry, which is called demand feeding (or feeding on demand). Most newborns who are formula-fed feed every 2…

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Get your child to stand up straight on a piece of paper, then trace around their foot with a pencil, being careful to hold it straight up and…

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Newborn hiccups are most frequently caused by baby overfeeding, eating too quickly or swallowing a lot of air. “Any of these things can lead to stomach distention,” Forgenie…

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No, throw away any leftover formula. There’s a chance bacteria may have formed since the last feeding, which could make your baby sick. What happens if you feed…

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What happens when you stop breastfeeding abruptly varies from person to person, but it can result in engorged breasts or breast infections such as mastitis. In addition, the…

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Babies usually display rooting, sucking, startle, grasp, and tonic neck reflexes soon after birth. These reflexes are involuntary movements that are a normal part of infant development. These…

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According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, it’s a good idea to introduce your child to solid foods starting at 6 months. You can add cooked (pureed) veggies…

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Most infants will lose some or all of their hair in the first six months after they’re born. There’s no set schedule, so it could happen right away…

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