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11
Jul
Posted BySophia Category Parenting 101 6Comments

The How To Of Baby Breastfeeding; A New Mother’s Guide Experts agree that breastfeeding is the optimal source of nutrition through the first year of life. It is recommended to exclusively breastfeed for a minimum of four months, but preferably for six months, and then gradually adding solid foods while …

               
7
Jul

The How To Of Formula Feeding Many parents will ask why they can’t just feed their baby regular cow’s milk. The answer is simple: young infants can’t digest cow’s milk as easily as they can digest formula. Cows milk has high concentrations of protein and minerals, which will stress a …

               
2
Jul
Posted BySophia Category Parenting 101 4Comments

The How To Of Baby Feeding During infancy your baby’s nutritional needs are greater than any other time in his life. During the first year of life, he will triple his birth weight. Feeding your baby provides more than just good nutrition. It also gives you a chance to hold …

               
30
Jun
Posted BySophia Category Parenting 101 4Comments

The How To Of Baby Laughing Bring a baby to any adult – even the grumpiest or most inhibited – and see what happens. Without exception, they will try to make the baby laugh. Anthropologist, psychologist as well as other experts have some ideas about why this is so. For …

               
28
Jun
Posted BySophia Category Parenting 101 10Comments

Water Safety With Babies Water is necessary for life. We know that we need to drink 8 glasses of water a day to stay hydrated and we know that we need to bathe ourselves to keep clean & stay healthy. There are many things you should consider when it comes …

               
26
Jun
Posted BySophia Category Parenting 101 15Comments

The How To Of Baby Teething Teething is new teeth working their way through the gums. Most babies start developing teeth around 4 to 6 months old. On the rare occasion there will be a baby who was born with a tooth already showing but in the most part, babies …