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How and When to Start Brushing Your Baby’s Teeth

By: ABDULMALIK ADETOLA Baby's teeth are essential for a healthy life.  Babies start to grow teeth in the first three months after birth. However, the first tooth is developed through the baby's gum between four and seven months. For babies, teething is painless. Mom must protect the gentle milk teeth from germs and irritation. This article discusses when and how to start brushing babies' teeth. When To Start Brushing Baby's Teeth As kids begin teething, they feel like chewing on things (toys, plastics, food etc.). Some babies have periods of irritability for weeks. They cry, and may suffer sleeping and eating pattern disruption. Teething can be uncomfortable, and if you notice the baby seems very unwell, talk to your doctor. Read...

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How To Make Bath Time Fun For Your Baby

By: ROSE   Bath time is always full of fun for both the parents and the baby. As the parents, you will take pleasure in seeing your baby growing and making new discoveries in life. The baby on the other hand enjoys the new experiences. Nonetheless, some babies may have a hard time getting used to water. If this happens, there is nothing to worry about at all. The tricks below will make bath time for any baby an enjoyable activity. #1. Introduce some ideal toys Bath toys are a great way of adding some fun during bath time. Having some floating plastic ducklings or dolphins in the bathtub will add some amusement. You can add some plastic cups or...

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How To Take Care Of Your Mental Health After A Premature Birth

By: ROSE There is great joy in welcoming a newborn baby in the family and everybody looks forward to when he or she will finally arrive. However, when the baby arrives earlier than anticipated, the new parents may feel overwhelmed. They may also face mental difficulties as they try to come to terms with their baby’s health and well being. Most parents of preemie babies report having feelings of shock, anger, guilt, helplessness, confusion, shock and being out of control just to name a few. Being in the neonatal unit does not make things easier. As you see your baby with all those tubes hooked to machines can make you feel worse. Most of the mental conditions that affect preemie...

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