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  • How Long Should You Let a Baby Cry? How Long Should You Let a Baby Cry?
    by » Jan 5, 2015 22:48
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    A crying baby is telling you he or she needs something. If you were wondering how long should you let a baby cry, follow certain rules and be careful how you deal with this.
  • How to Bathe a Baby (3 Steps) How to Bathe a Baby (3 Steps)
    by » Dec 18, 2014 2:37
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    Even though it is a little challenging to begin with, learning how to bathe a baby is not that difficult. Bathing can become a fun and happy experience for the two of you after you get skilled.
  • Bathing a Newborn Bathing a Newborn
    by » Dec 15, 2014 3:15
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    Bathing a newborn is a bit difficult, but you can handle it easily with our instruction. Besides, we have all the answers to the FAQs about bathing a newborn, like when to give the first bath, how to keep your newborn safe.
  • Nosebleeds in Kids Nosebleeds in Kids
    by » Jan 5, 2015 21:34
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    It is normal for parents to worry about nosebleeds in kids. You should familiarize yourself with the causes of a nosebleed and how to treat kids' nosebleeds.
  • Baby Belly Button Baby Belly Button
    by » Jan 6, 2015 3:52
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    Your newborn baby’s umbilical cord is cut off after birth, leaving behind a stump. How to help baby belly button to heal and prevent infection of this part?
  • Baby Hiccups Baby Hiccups
    by » Dec 18, 2014 2:36
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    Baby hiccups may upset a few moms. Read on to learn the causes and management options to deal with baby hiccups.
  • Newborn Sneezing Newborn Sneezing
    by » Dec 18, 2014 23:18
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    Newborn sneezing often alarms new parents who often think that their baby is sick or develops an infection. Read the article to learn more!
  • Newborn Watery Poop
    by » Jan 6, 2015 18:11
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    Newborn watery poop may be normal or may indicate diarrhea. It is important to distinguish between normal watery poop and poop that indicates infection.
  • Newborn Poop: What's Normal & Not? Newborn Poop: What's Normal & Not?
    by » Nov 16, 2017 22:41
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    How often does a newborn poop? What does it look like? The frequency and texture of a newborn’s poos depend largely on what he eats.
  • My Baby Snores: Is It Normal? My Baby Snores: Is It Normal?
    by » Nov 16, 2017 22:53
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    Snoring in baby is often caused by clogged airways or poor sleeping postures. The snoring can be solved by simply cleaning the airways.

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