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A baby is born with more bones than an adult person. There are reasons for this, as we shall see. Most of what we would call bones in a baby is not real bones, though, but cartilage. The reason why a baby has cartilage and not hardened bones are: to make birth possible by allowing […]Continue reading
A baby will sleep for most of the day and night. Infants, especially, spend most of their time napping, only waking to feed before drifting back to sleep. But how often a baby sleeps is different from one baby to another. Some parents get shocked that their babies are awake for too long, while others […]Continue reading
If you’re a parent, you know that babies love warm milk. It is the easiest way to feed your child while relaxing them at the same time. However, warming up milk when you’re on the go can be quite difficult. If you’re in a restaurant, for example, you’ll have to ask a waiter to warm the […]Continue reading
The truth about bottle warmers It’s true – you don’t need to have a bottle warmer to survive the first years of parenthood. It is not a must-have. But here’s the other truth – it could make those first years not just survivable, but much easier. If you are juggling the task of warming at […]Continue reading
Using a baby bottle warmer can make reheating of formula or breastmilk and baby foods convenient especially if one of your goals as a parent is to ensure your baby’s drink/food is warmed before it goes in your baby’s tummy. If you are thinking of getting one, it is essential that the baby bottle warmer […]Continue reading