The Newborn Blog is my mini-journal about anything and everything you may want to know about newborn babies. It ...
-- keeps track of all the new pages that I upload on newbornHub.com
-- lets you know about any changes or updates I make to any newbornHub page
-- shares with you the wonders of being a mum (or a dad). After being a parent, doesn't life start all over again? :)
-- lets you know about the upcoming events, competitions and online polls...and yes, I announce the lucky winners right here.
-- lets me share things that I cannot or should not on a website (do I sense curiosity?;))
So what are you waiting for? Let's start!
Hilariously cute baby bibs - forget the boring ones, go for these...
Fathers are as important to a baby as a mother. They don't just give a financial base to the little one's upbringing, but are someone the child really looks up to. As a mother, if you have any differences with the baby's dad, make sure you do not influence the tiny mind. The negatives in your relationship with your husband/ partner or ex doesn't really have to translate and pass on to the baby.
Although this is hard to do, but you will eventually realize in the long run that a child needs both the parents equally - physically as well as emotionally. Even if you do not agree to your partner/ husband or ex about your baby's upbringing, make sure the baby gets a chance to know both of you "equally" - that's crucial for a sound upbringing.
On that (super-serious) note, let's laugh a little. Read what this dad feels in this hilarious article (click link below) which I am sure most of the dads could relate to ... :)
Worried about siblings rivalry? Having a baby when you already have a child (or children) can be difficult. Here are some super-easy ways in which you can eliminate the jealousy but make them best of friends - after all, that's what you want in the long run, isn't it?
How much formula can I mix for a 1.6kg baby that is now 3 weeks old
Insufficient breast milk is a syndrome most of the young mothers of today face frequently. There are several home remedies to increase breast milk that
Take a glass of milk, soak the rusk into the milk. Eat it few times a day... it will produce more breast milk.
I drank Healthy nursing tea 3-4 times a day. It's at Target and I produced enough milk supply for my DD. Also, pumping for 5 minutes right after breastfeeding
My 4 months daughter is vomiting nowadays. Even after finishing up her milk and getting burped, she still often feels uncomfortable and vomits. Earlier,
How my three weeks baby boy must breath... slow or fast? I don't understand the breathing.