Baby Care

Tips to Get Your Child to Wear Their Glasses

2019-08-27T02:14:54+00:00 September 11th, 2019|Baby Care, Blog, Vision|

Getting your child his or her first pair of glasses can be a bit of a tough sell. Kids don’t like being teased and knowing anybody could call him or her “Four Eyes” may mean s/he won’t be on board with the idea. Not at first, anyway. You can try out the following tips to help you ease your child into wearing his/her first pair. [...]

How is the Common Cold Transmitted?

2019-08-27T02:16:21+00:00 September 6th, 2019|Baby Care, Blog, Kids|

The common cold is an infection in the upper respiratory tract and is often caused by a virus. If you’re wondering how your child contracted a cold, then these conditions will help you provide better care for your little one. What the Numbers Say New viruses develop all the time, which is why the body fails to build up resistance against all the strains. That’s [...]

Tips for Managing High Fever in Children

2019-08-27T02:15:39+00:00 September 2nd, 2019|Baby Care, Blog, Kids|

A fever is your body’s way of telling you that something is wrong. It’s often caused by a viral infection like influenza or can be an allergic reaction to certain medications. If you’re dealing with fever in children, you’ll want to know the following tips to manage the situation without panicking. Don’t Panic Seeing your child sick is frightening. But you need to keep in [...]

Newborn Baby Skin Care Do’s and Don’ts

2019-08-06T23:30:11+00:00 August 11th, 2019|Baby Care|

Your baby’s skin is very sensitive and prone to minor trauma, infection, and friction. Special care is a must as the skin has yet to fully mature. Take a look at some of these do’s and don’ts to help you protect your baby’s skin. Do: Use Warm Water Give your baby a bath with lukewarm water. Test the water to make sure the temperature is [...]

Constipation in Toddlers – Learn How to Help Your Little Baby

2019-08-06T23:08:00+00:00 August 2nd, 2019|Baby Care|

If your baby goes days or even a week without a bowel movement, that’s not a cause for alarm. However, if you think your baby is constipated, you’ll need a bit of help in dealing with the situation. Know the Signs Familiarize yourself with the signs. If your child shows the following symptoms, then your toddler may be constipated. Make sure to consult with a [...]

6 Foods to Not Feed Babies Under 1

2019-09-09T03:29:03+00:00 August 1st, 2019|Baby Care|

Seeing how your baby reacts to certain foods is one of the fun parts about becoming a parent. However, there are certain foods that won’t sit well with your baby, especially if they aren’t 1 yet. Honey Honey is a potential source of Clostridium botulinum spores, which are able to multiple in your baby’s intestines and develop into infant botulism. Watch out for foods with [...]

Protect Your Baby from Chemicals

2019-09-09T03:27:47+00:00 July 14th, 2019|Baby Care|

A lot of consumer baby products in the market contain harmful chemicals. While the chemical content present in the items isn’t substantial enough to harm adults, it’s different story for kids and babies. Their immune systems are not strong enough yet to withstand the exposure. Prevent them from getting exposed to these chemicals by following these pointers. Educate Yourself As a new parent, getting ready [...]

Prevent Allergies in Your Baby

2019-09-09T03:08:31+00:00 July 9th, 2019|Baby Care|

Your baby’s skin is sensitive. Learn how to prevent allergies and rashes with the following tips. Read Up on Common Allergens Pollen, molds, dust mites, animal dander, and venom from insect stings are just some of the more common types of allergens that babies come in contact with. Knowing about them can help you avoid situations that will expose your child to any of these [...]

Does Your Baby Have Jaundice?

2019-09-09T03:31:45+00:00 July 3rd, 2019|Baby Care|

Jaundice is a yellow cast to your baby’s skin and the white part of eyes. The yellow tint is an indication that there are high levels of bilirubin in your child’s blood. The condition usually happens during the first five days of the baby’s birth. If you think your baby is at risk of developing the condition, then make sure the doctor routinely checks your [...]