Safety Tips

Safety Tips

Your home is full of love, but is it full of dangers for baby?

Baby-Proof Your Home in 3 Easy Steps

Babies begin getting mobile between 7 and 10 months old. Whether scooting on their backside, crawling forwards and backwards, or even beginning to walk, a child’s mobile success is exhilarating to both parent and child. While there is plenty of time to celebrate reaching the next developmental milestone, “the sooner, […]

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Baby Tips for Choking Prevention

Baby Tips for Choking Prevention

There is nothing quite as frightening as the sensation of choking. Gasping for air causes the body to panic, tensing one’s muscles and making removal of the choking hazard more difficult. Babies are particularly susceptible to choking, because they do not possess the foresight to presume any danger. They are […]

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Baby’s First Doctor’s Appointment

Baby’s First Doctor’s Appointment

If you are a first-time expecting mother, you probably have a mental list of one million questions about childbirth and parenting. Check off a couple of your questions regarding baby’s first doctor appointments by reading the following.

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6 Things Babies Do That Make Us Wonder

6 Things Babies Do That Make Us Wonder

Any mother will tell you that her baby is the most wonderful gift she has ever received, yet sometimes babies do things that make us wonder! We give you the scoop on whether these odd behaviors are normal or a red flag.

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10 Things to Put out of Baby’s Reach

10 Things to Put out of Baby’s Reach

Is your house baby proof? Child-safety locks may keep hazardous chemical cleaners stored away, and baby bumpers on the sharp corners of low tables prevent accidental scraps and jabs to baby’s precious head. But there is another precaution we must implore you to take: Keep the following ten items out […]

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Cooler Weather, Cozy Babies, and Safety

Cooler Weather, Cozy Babies, and Safety

What’s the right temperature for your little one? Many parents overcompensate because they’d prefer to keep their baby overly warm rather than too cold. Find out what your baby really needs in this article.