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14 weeks old baby Sleep

A doctor once said that when he heard comments like “I am at the end of the rope” or “we are out of our wits” from the parents of 14 weeks old babies, he could predict what was coming next. It certainly had to do with sleep deprivation, due to …

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Behavior of a 10 week old baby

Parenting a baby, especially 10 week old baby, was never an easy task irrespective of whether you are a new mother or an experienced one. The experience is different with different babies thus making it all the more difficult to formulate a plan in advance. However, babies in general follow …

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When do babies start cooing

Most parents often ask the pediatrician, “when do babies start cooing?” The right answer is from 5 to 7 months after birth. If you want to know when do babies start cooing, then you will hear it when your baby starts doing it. Initially it may appear as the babbling …

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Baby bowel movements

Meconium For the first day or so after the birth, the baby’s movements are composed of material called meconium, which is greenish-black in color and of a smooth, sticky consistency. Then they change to brown and yellow. If a baby bowel movements hasn’t started by the end of the second …

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Communicating with your Baby

 Reading your baby’s cues: Babies can express their feelings and needs in many ways. Learning to read your baby is very important, especially for parents who want to respond to their baby’s needs appropriately. Crying is a major source of communication that the newborn baby has. So in one way, …

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Baby sleep problems

From learning to tell day from night to dealing with nightmares, young children often need a little help from their parents when it comes to sleeping. Here is some essential information about common baby sleep problems and the developmental issues that might affect your child’s sleep habits at different ages. …

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When do babies start Teething

Parents are concerned about itsy bitsy problems babies’ encounter in their life of growing period. One such problem is teething. Most kids start getting their first tooth usually around 6 months, but it varies depending upon their health. The initial process is quite painful in most babies and there are …

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