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Caring for a newborn is a huge responsibility but hat about when dad is in control? Find out more in our new dads guide to caring for a newborn.
After months of waiting, your newborn has arrived. Between all the excitement and anticipation, you would be curious to see how your baby will look like. If you had this perfect vision of a rosy & robust cherub, you might be in for a disappointment. Your baby will look like anything but picture-perfect.
How will you celebrate your baby's full month? We look into the tradition and how you can prepare for the perfect party, whether it's a small affair or a lavish party.
If you’re not really into traditions or making a big fuss of things, you might be wondering if you need to celebrate a baby’s full month at all. We explore a few ways you can minimize the fuss without nixing the entire celebration.
Swimming is a natural ability that all babies have. It comes from living inside your womb submerged in amniotic fluid for nine months. Find out when to take your baby swimming and the benefits of baby swimming lessons.
Planning to host your baby’s full month celebration? Read our guide to choosing the perfect baby's full month caterer and venue for your big celebration!
If you've been invited to a baby full month celebration party, maybe you are stuck on what to buy as a gift for such a special occasion? Or, planning a party for your little one? Take a look at these great gift ideas which will last for months!
If you are looking for a halal bakery in Singapore, we've found five of the best to serve you up a fabulous full month celebration cake for your little one.
Baby vomit can be contributed to any number of causes, of which most of them are not serious at all. However, keep an eye out for the warning signs.
Constipation in babies is more common than you will first imagine, but what is considered “normal” varies greatly from child to child. If your baby does not have a bowel movement every day, it does not mean that he is necessarily constipated. Instead, constipation in babies rather refers to the consistency as opposed to the frequency.
Tongue-tie refers to a congenital issue that occurs in an estimated five percent of children (give source and age range of children). Infants with tongue-tie might experience problems later in life. In some cases, the condition does not affect the infant. Doctors recommend correcting it, in order to prevent developmental issues.
Most pregnant women are aware of the negative effects of smoking on their unborn baby and quit smoking during pregnancy. Unfortunately, some are not aware that second hand can also be very dangerous for infants. Some doctors argue that it can pose even greater risks as the baby inhales the smoke directly.
Practically everyone has moles, and yes, you can be born with them. Moles on babies start out as small and relatively flat discoloured spots, and will only become raised and darker as time passes.
Asthma manifests through the inflammation of the pulmonary airway. The symptoms in infants are the same as for adults.Over the last decade, the incidence of this condition has more than doubled. This may be due to multiple risk factors that can trigger respiratory conditions in babies and children.
A new parent's worst nightmare is Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). It happens when an apparently healthy baby suddenly dies, usually during sleep. SIDS is the leading cause of infant deaths all over the world and no exact cause has been found to-date.
Perceptual development starts from birth and your little one’s senses develop rapidly in order for them to become fully aware of their surroundings. It is a natural process that has little to do with your input as parents.
Babies hearing is very sensitive. Their hearing needs to be protected while it is developing.
You will get many different types of advice regarding how to feed your newborn baby. Before feeding your newborn baby anything you are unsure of, consult your doctor for advice. Most of them will be okay, but there are some things you should be aware of.
There are times when mummies and daddies can forget that their baby's stomach is a little more sensitive than theirs. But by using your own judgement and following some basic…
The bond between mummy and baby is a strong thing and for many mums it comes naturally. There are a few mums that may need some ideas on how to make this work. The bonding process should start in the hospital. Babies need to know right away who their mum is and be close to them. There are several easy ways mummies can bond with their babies.
This type of bonding is not just for…
You love carrying your baby, but there's times you need to put him down somewhere safe. That's where a baby bouncer comes in. Aside from being a handy holder, added features like vibration, music and toy bar keep your baby entertained. Here’s the advantages of having a baby bouncer and what you should look out for in buying one.
Do I need a baby bouncer?
You might be wondering if a bouncer’s really necessary if you’ve already…
Take a look at how Irene Soh, a Singapore mommy blogger, and her family celebrated her baby's full month according to Chinese tradition.
In the Asian culture, a baby shower is done after a month from the birth of a child.
Newborns are traditionally not given names or formally accepted into the family until this time because, as in other countries, infant mortality rates in China is considered quite high. A baby who reached one month of age…