30 Blogs Helping Parents Care for Their Babies Better

February 13th, 2013 by admin

Once you have children, caring for your baby becomes your top concern, but it’s impossible to ever feel like you really know everything about providing the best care.  How can you possibly figure it all out?  The good news is that you don’t have to, because these 30 bloggers have done the legwork for you.  For questions about sleeping, feeding, safety and several other common concerns, check out these blog posts.

Sleeping

You have a newborn, so sleep is probably a foreign concept to you right now, but with the help of these five blog entries you might find some tips to get your baby to sleep longer, so you are able to sleep longer too.  And who couldn’t stand a little more sleep?

Feeding

You likely have a lot of questions surrounding the feeding of your baby, especially as you begin to expose your baby to new foods.  When is it okay to start adding cereal? Should I make my own baby food?  These and other questions are answered in these five blog posts.

Safety

Keeping your baby safe is probably your top priority, though one that comes with its own set of concerns.  It’s a little scary being totally responsible for a new little life.  For helpful tips and guidance, check out these five blogs.

Childcare

You need to go back to work and you are dreading leaving your baby with someone else.  How do you know you are making the right decision?  These bloggers have had to make similar decisions and are posting some helpful advice for other new moms.

Health

Babies aren’t born with a lot of immunities, they develop over time.  If you breastfeed, they may get some of your immunities, but how do you keep your baby healthy?  Here are some tips from bloggers who have faced the same thing.

Skincare

The phrase “soft as a baby’s bottom” has been used for years to describe silky soft skin, but what happens when your baby gets chapped?  To avoid chapped skin and other skin irritations take a look at these five blog posts.  Your baby will be glad that you did.

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