Newborns have yet to develop circadian rhythms – the normal sleep-wake pattern that revolves around 24 hours. Babies also need to wake up often for feeds, even in the middle of the night, as their stomachs cannot store large amounts of milk. Click Read More to learn more about your little one’s sleep pattern!
Crying is perfectly normal in babies, but parents should know how to distinguish a cry of hunger or tiredness from one that signals pain. Also, take note how long your child has been crying and if it is different from usual.
Newborn babies may sound like they have a blocked nose the first few days after birth. Do not be alarmed when this happens. This is because there is leftover amniotic fluid in their nose. Click Read More to know about taking care your little one’s nasal hygiene.
If you delivered your baby via Caesarean section, it is important that you take proper care of the incision and its surrounding areas. This is to ensure that it heals properly and does not get infected. Click Read More to know a few tips on caring your Caesarean wound.
Postpartum - Breast Care
Most new mums adapt to breastfeeding fairly quickly. Even so, you may notice breast swelling, tenderness or discomfort in the beginning. Click Read More for a few ways to relieve the discomfort and to prevent future problems.
Breastfeeding is one of the most natural expressions of a mother’s love. Though it is true that there are techniques which are important to ensure a satisfying breastfeeding experience, it is also connected to how you are feeling about your body and your baby. Do you have confidence that it will work out? Would you want to continue when there are difficulties and challenges? Click Read More to know the benefits of breastfeeding.
There are several things that can be done to possibly increase the chances of a successful breastfeeding experience. We have 19 Key-Points where Every Breastfeeding Mom Should Know & Do. Click Read More to know more about your newborn.
Most newborns don’t look like the chubby babies you see on TV. Months spent in the uterus and time in the birth canal can make your newborn look wrinkled and puffy-eyed. A slightly pointed or misshapen head is also common. These will go away after a few days. Click Read More to know more about your newborn.
Breastfeeding gives your newborn the very best start. It supplies food, comfort and love. It can be challenging at first, especially if it’s your first attempt. But don’t worry. Know this good news: you and your baby can succeed together. Click Read More to know the right way to breastfeed your little one.
You just welcomed your baby home for the 1st time and now you have to care for your precious little one. It may seem like a formidable task but…you’ll get the hang of it soon. Your baby may seem too delicate and wiggly. But with a little guidance you will survive your first day with him. Click Read More to know some tips to keep your baby clean and comfy.