Giving birth is just one of the concerns for moms. The second – and the bigger source of worry – is raising a child from newborn to adulthood. Sometimes rearing kids can be so overwhelming parents miss out on the little details such as babies preferring one side when they’re lying on their backs or sleeping.
Before you start freaking out if something is wrong, know it’s fairly common for babies to do that. What you need to know is whether it should concern you and its potential long-term impact on your child’s health.
Sleep is an essential factor in your child’s physical and psychological development. Creating a good sleeping environment and getting your baby to sleep peacefully might be your utmost concerns when arriving home with your newborn. Perhaps, a nice nursery is waiting for your little one, or because he is yet so small and fragile, you would let him sleep in your room for the meantime or your bed perhaps?
Is your baby gasping in sleep? This could mean many different things, from a normal condition to a possible sleep disease. This article will provide you with some possible reasons for this mystery!Continue reading
Babies experience primitive reflexes that allow them to prepare for a certain skill or just to survive during the first year of life. Startle reflex, for one, is something that worries most parents. Your baby might experience bouts of startles that upset them. The worst part is, your baby hates swaddle.
Is putting your baby sleeping face down really dangerous for the baby? A battered question from worried moms a long time ago, now, and for sure in the future.
Priority number one: “Moms motto is to keep the safety of their baby.”
Babies love the warmth of their parents, and she especially loves being held in their arms. Because who wouldn't? It’s like being on a safe and loving pillow that just holds you for as long as you want.
But now you might be struggling:
“What can you do when your baby won’t sleep unless held?”
Babies sleep a lot and that’s not something new, after all, what else do they have to do other than eating, pooping, sleeping, and burping? Being a baby, of course, napping is something that’s normal to them, and usually, a baby would be sleeping hours straight if they aren’t being disturbed, however, what happens when a baby wakes up every hour? Well, you won’t be getting any sleep yourself, that’s for sure.