Baby Care

Did you know that the average parent will change between 2500 and 3000 diapers in the first year of their baby’s life?! And even after that many dirty diapers, sometimes

When we imagine babies, we often picture them with perfect, cherub-like skin, just like in those glossy magazine ads. But in reality, our adorable little ones can have various skin

When it comes to feeding your precious little one, you might be wondering if it’s best to feed on a schedule or respond to your baby’s cues. Embracing the early

If you’ve noticed your baby’s skin is a bit more sensitive, dry, or rashy than usual, it could be baby eczema. Understanding what causes this skin condition and how to

Cradle cap, or seborrheic dermatitis, is a very common skin condition in newborns and infants. It appears as scaly, greasy patches on the scalp, and sometimes on the eyebrows, eyelids,

Your baby isn’t born with fully developed vision. They need to learn how to focus, train their eyes to track accurately and work together, and learn how to interpret the

New parents often have questions Vitamin K shot administered to newborns after birth. Let’s explore why it’s given, its benefits, risks, and your choice to accept or refuse it. Why

Nothing is better than gazing into your sweet little one’s baby blues or beautiful browns. But there are many conditions that may affect baby’s eyes. From blocked tear ducts to

It is important for all babies and children to be seen regularly by their healthcare provider, even when they’re not sick. Consistent healthcare is an important part of good health.

Jaundice in newborns is very common, with about 60% of all full-term babies and 80% of preterm babies affected. If you’ve noticed your little one sporting a slightly yellowish tint,

During the nine months you wait for your baby to arrive, you spend your time imagining the moment you lay eyes on him or her. What will my baby look

After birth, the umbilical cord is clamped and cut, leaving a small stump. This stump is temporary, but it requires some gentle care to ensure it heals properly. Let’s go