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What Are The Side Effects Of Gripe Water In Infants? Let’s Find The Answer

Gripe water is a popular home remedy for the treatment of constipation, colic, reflux, gas and other gastrointestinal problems among infants. This herbal remedy contains herb extracts and sugar that can help soothe the stomach.

While some parents rely on the use of gripe water to soothe and calm their children, this does come with some risks.

According to health experts, it is important to consult your child’s pediatrician before using gripe water to calm your fussy child. Once your child’s doctor approves the use of gripe water, the next thing you need to do is to find the right formulations to prevent any side effects.

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How To Make Baby Skin Fair Naturally?

Motherhood is one of the joyous phases of a woman’s life. When you become a mother, your priorities will change, and you will be putting your baby’s welfare first before other things.

One of the things that most parents wish is for their baby to have fair skin. There are various ways on how to make your child’s skin fair. You have to follow a few basic steps to ensure that your child’s skin remains healthy and glowing.

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9 Week Old Baby Sleep Success – Is It Possible?

You're not asking for much, not even necessarily 8 hours. You just want to get your baby to show some sign of a sleep schedule or nap long enough that’ll allow you to brush your teeth.

Babies go through a lot of changes and their sleep habits are one of them. Some babies can be thrown off their routines even with a minor discomfort. Learning your 9 week old baby’s sleep habits and then trying to set new ones can be tough.

In this article, we’ll talk about possible reasons why your baby isn’t sleeping, how a routine could help, and some other tips that I’ve used in helping my baby fall asleep and stay asleep.

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4 Recipes That Will Have Your Baby Begging For Broccoli Baby Food

Are you looking for ideas on what food to introduce to your baby next? Are you looking for food that has a high nutrient count and is easy to cook? Have you tried broccoli baby food?

As your baby becomes more experienced in eating, you’ll want to start adding new textures and new flavors to his diet. Broccoli is a nutrient rich food that can be made many different ways for your Little One to enjoy.

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How To Teach Your Baby To Crawl Without Stress

So your baby has mastered holding her head up and sitting up without support. Now it’s time to move onto another milestone, crawling. In this article we’ll go over some ways on how to teach your baby to crawl.

Between 6-10 months old your baby will show signs that she is ready to start crawling. Some of those signs could be rocking back and forth on her hands and knees or trying to grab things that are not within her each. Whatever sign you notice that shows she’s ready to get moving, try these steps that will help get her crawling in no time.

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How To Quickly And Easily Make Zucchini Baby Food

Has your baby started eating solids? Are you looking for different foods to add to your baby’s diet?

One of the first foods we introduced to our baby was zucchini. Also known as a summer squash because of when it is harvested, these vegetables don't have the allergen content that others might have and can be used as a first food.

Zucchini has several vitamins and nutrients that are good for your baby. Such as calcium for growing healthy, strong bones. Magnesium that helps in digestion and creating energy. And Vitamin C which is great for your baby’s immune system.

In this article I’m going to show you 3 simple ways to prepare zucchini baby food.

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How To Free Up Time In The Kitchen By Freezing Baby Food

Is your baby ready for soft foods? Are you wanting to make soft foods for her at home?

Making homemade baby food for our Little One was something that my husband and I agreed upon early on. We knew we wanted to provide our baby with the best vitamins and nutrients we could.

So we did just that. We made homemade baby food. Everyday. For about a week and a half.

It’s not that making homemade baby food is hard. It just took more time than we wanted to spend, day in and day out. So we decided that if we were going to continue providing our baby with the best then we were going to have to come up with a new plan.

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Baby Fighting Sleep? These Methods May Help

Does this sound familiar? It’s 2 AM and your baby still isn’t asleep. You’ve tried everything! Rocking, feeding, changing your baby's diaper, changing his clothes, and nothing is working.

Are you ready for your baby to go to sleep on his own? Are you ready to stop losing the ‘bedtime battle’? If your baby is fighting sleep here are a few tips that will help him, and you, get more rest.

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How To Effectively Apply Ringworm Treatment For Toddlers

If your child has a scaly round patch on any part of his body, he may be having a contagious infection known as ringworm. While the name may suggest it, ringworm is not caused by a worm but by a fungus.

The disease has been named the way it is because it is characterized by round or oval spots that grow. When the infection grows, it becomes smooth in the center but retains its red scaly border.

This type of infection often spread from person to person through sharing of infected garments like combs, hats, and brushes.

While this infection may be difficult to prevent because of the fact that this is common and rather contagious, it can be treated effectively. If you are having the same concerns, read on to learn more about how you can effectively apply ringworm treatment for toddlers.

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Is It Safe? Can You Drink Alcohol While Breastfeeding?

Anything you drink or eat while breastfeeding can actually find its way into your breast milk and that would include alcohol. With this concern in mind, many nursing mothers wonder and ask they can drink alcohol while breastfeeding.

If you do not take precautions, the amount of alcohol that you drink will make it into your bloodstream and into your breast milk.

Basically, the amount of alcohol that is transferred is relatively small. However, since your baby is still small and has an immature liver, this can be harmful to your baby. Babies cannot process the alcohol the way regular adults can.

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