Best Wipes For Babies – Have All of Your Messes Covered

With babies come messes, so it’s important to have what you need to stay clean. Wipes are something that you will use everyday and in massive quantities. If you consider 1 wipe for a wet diaper and 3 for a dirty diaper and an average of 10 diaper changes per day, about 3 of which are dirty, you’re looking at about 16 wipes per day. That’s almost 6000 wipes in just the first year of your child’s life in diaper changes alone. You’ll be cleaning all sorts of other messes and some of those dirty diapers will take a lot more than 3 wipes, so I have put together a list of the best wipes for every occasion.

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Working With A Newborn – What Are Your Options?

If you are like me, and many other moms, staying home with you’re new baby just isn’t financially realistic. Working with a newborn isn’t easy, but there’s nothing wrong with being a working mom. Continue reading “Working With A Newborn – What Are Your Options?”

Baby’s Dry Scalp – What To Do For Cradle Cap

Does your baby have a dry, flaky scalp? Your baby may be experiencing cradle cap. The good news is that this is common and easily taken care of. So let’s talk about what it is and what you can do. Continue reading “Baby’s Dry Scalp – What To Do For Cradle Cap”

Guide to Tummy Time for Babies

Babies grow and develop so quickly in the first few months of life. They go from sleeping most of the day, just waking up to eat every two hours, to being able to crawl or even walk within the first year. You may be asking yourself what you can do as a parent to help your baby through all of this development. The answer is tummy time and here I’ll give you a complete guide on tummy time for babies. Continue reading “Guide to Tummy Time for Babies”

Best Formula For Babies

When breastfeeding isn’t an option for you, or you need to supplement your breast milk with something extra, the formula options may be overwhelming. I have searched high and low for the best formula for babies and laid out my findings for you here. You may end up trying a couple different types before you find your baby’s favorite but this list should be a great starting point.

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Bedtime Routine for Babies – the 4 Magic B’s

When your baby is waking up every 2 to 3 hours, day and night, it may feel pointless to do any type of bedtime routine, but its not. Starting a bedtime routine early in your baby’s life will help them start to learn night and day and will make for an easier transition as they get older and start to sleep longer at night. So, what is the best bedtime routine for babies? Every baby is different but for my son, the 4 B’s worked wonders. Continue reading “Bedtime Routine for Babies – the 4 Magic B’s”

Best Bottles For Babies – Our Top 5 Picks For 2018

There are a ton of bottles on the market these days. So how do you know which ones to buy? I have laid out all of the details of some of the best bottles for babies for you here, but it will ultimately come down to what your baby prefers. I would recommend starting out with one or two from a couple different brands to see what you like before stocking up. Once you find your favorite you’ll want to buy a bunch and probably in a couple different sizes.

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Treating Acid Reflux In Babies

Does your baby fuss when they eat and then spit up most of their meal? Your baby may be suffering from acid reflux. When your baby has acid reflux it can be a helpless feeling. When my son was suffering, I often felt like I was failing as a parent because I just wasn’t able to make him happy. Continue reading “Treating Acid Reflux In Babies”

Myths About Babies and Motherhood to Break

Becoming a mother brings a lot of confusion. There is a lot to learn for a little while, and it seems that the whole world has something to say, from the good friend to the grocery owner’s wife. You are trying to figure out whether to listen to your mother, to your mother-in-law, to the baby whisperer or to your gut feelings. Usually, the advice and theories that are lavished on the exhausted woman in heavy showers come from a caring place, but that does not necessarily mean they are true. There are quite a few myths that need to be broken. Continue reading “Myths About Babies and Motherhood to Break”