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This is a scary time for everyone due to the coronavirus pandemic. My heart goes out to all those that have been affected. It’s extra scary for those who have a new baby at home. A baby is at the most risk for disease and infection for the first 28 days of her life. It’s […]

Important hygiene tips with a newborn

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Before your little one came along I bet you never heard of sleep regression. It’s something that happens to every newborn baby at different stages of their lives. Once you know what it is, it sounds scary, but it’s actually a really good sign. It means that your baby is adjusting to a better sleep […]

Surviving 4-month sleep regression

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The best way for your little one to build up her neck and upper body muscles is a little tummy time each day. This helps her get ready for crawling. Not every infant likes to be on her tummy though. If she starts fussing there is only so much you can do to get her […]

What if your Baby Hates Tummy Time?

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  Soothing a crying baby can be tricky sometimes. Some days she’ll be easy to calm down and other days it’ll be a lot more difficult. You just need to try your best to understand what your little one needs before she gets too upset. The quicker you’re able to calm her down, the better. […]

Soothing a Crying Baby 

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I don’t remember anything from when I was a baby, do you? Most likely not, but if you do I might have a hard time believing you. There are reasons that you don’t remember anything and they are perfectly normal. That’s why taking pictures is so important at such a young age. When they get […]

Newborn memories

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