New Born Care

It can be overwhelming to master overnight all of the newborn care your baby needs. We provide you the most essential newborn care tips to help you relax.

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New Born Care

When life gives you a bundle of another new life in your hands, you may feel clueless of how to look after your tiny baby. We understand your anxiety. And our newborn care tips are thoughtfully presented to help you cope up with the new parenthood life.

How to bath your baby, how to change your baby’s diapers, how to breastfeed or formula feed your baby, how to cloth your baby, how to clean the umbilical cord area, and a lot of how-to’s are discussed in our articles. Whether your newborn is feeling cold or hot, whether he is feeding enough, whether he is latching properly, whether he is sleeping well – you can find answers to the most common newborn concerns.

Babies tend to be moody and can cry relentlessly leaving us totally confused about how to deal with them. Some babies can be colicky and begin to show symptoms around two or three weeks after birth. In our expert articles, we give you tips for soothing a colic baby.

Handling newborns cannot come naturally to all parents overnight. Read our newborn handling tips about how to support an infant’s head, why to wash your hands before handling your baby, how to protect your newborn from germs around and more.

Creating a loving bond with your baby from day one is important for your baby’s emotional development. We tell you how to bond with your child naturally in your day-to-day interactions with your baby. 

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