Starting your baby on solid foods is an exciting milestone that can be fun and messy and, like most new things in parenting, comes with lots of questions. Here are some common questions and answers to help your baby get off to a healthy start with solids.
When most of us get pregnant, we prepare the room and think about names. We fret about whether we will have a natural birth or forgo being a hero and befriend the anaesthesiologist. Few of us plan ahead for a premature delivery and the chaos it can bring.
Does your toddler or preschooler stall bedtime with “just one more [glass of water, book, kiss, etc.]” requests? Once you have entered the land of “just one more” it can be hard to leave, as you tend to get in deeper and deeper each time you give in. The result is later bedtimes, overtired kids and frustrated parents.
Pacifier weaning is often dreaded by parents; however, there are some gentle tips to slowly but surely wean your child from their pacifier. Unless there is a specific reason you must take away your child’s pacifier quickly, then it is best to take a gradual approach. When you are ready to start weaning, follow these tips.
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