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Get answers on all your baby questions, from how much Pedialyte to give your six-month-old to other things.
Are you anxiously counting the days since your little one had a bowel movement and wondering how long can a newborn go without pooping?
Well, rest assured that this is a timeless question that new moms are always asking. All babies are individuals and some will poop after every meal, others will poop every few days, and others may not go for a week or more.
Your baby’s first tooth will usually start to come in around six months of age. You are probably wondering what your baby gums look like when teething. Generally, your baby’s gum will appear red and perhaps be slightly swollen before the new tooth emerges.
Leaving your child at an in-home daycare can be nerve-wracking. By asking the right questions, you can help ensure that your baby is in good hands and create peace of mind.
As an adult, when you feel tired you go to sleep. It seems so easy for us and that is why many new parents are baffled about why their babies fight sleep. All babies fight sleep at some point and it is usually because they are overtired.
Whether you’re exclusively bottle-feeding or just supplementing at night, you’ll want to have the right amount of bottles – enough to be convenient without going overboard.
Bruxism, otherwise known as teeth grinding, is common in children and often occurs during sleep or while a child is under stress. Learn how to deter teeth grinding in babies.