Sunday, 21 August 2011

Cute Little Babies

New Born Baby Skin Care Tips
How you can give best care to your newborn baby
There is no doubt, every person want to give best care to his or her newborn baby. But we often see, people are just little confused when they need to take some decision for baby care. Mostly lots of question arise in their mind, like: “where i can find helpful baby care tips?” “How do I best take care of my baby?” “Where do I find trustful advice on taking care of newborns?
Do you know the benefits of breastfeeding? When and how to change Nappy  and avoiding diaper rash ? Infant constipation and how to deal with it? Selecting a good pediatrician? How to takecare of babies skin?

Are you a New Mom of Cute little Baby?
Every mom need to learn, how she can takecare of her baby
According to the recent survey show that even experienced moms can feel overwhelmed at times by the endless challenges of caring for a newborn… As you probably already know, there’s more than you could ever imagine to taking care of newborns! That’s why this blog gives you helpful baby care tips, just when you need them. so you should takecare of your cute little baby

Skin Care Tips for Baby

Learn some important Skin care Tip for 3 months baby

(0). An infant’s skin is sensitive and can experience numerous changes and conditions in the first few weeks of life.


(0). The baby’s skin is being damp. As you change his nappy dry his bottom with soft cotton washcloth. Allow your baby to stay without a nappy for a few hours everyday.


(0). The baby's skin reacting to the soap or the wipes you use. It is better to use lukewarm water and cotton wool to clean your baby's bottom.

(0). Don’t Use strong detergents to wash cloth nappies. Use detergents that are gentle and rinse off a number of times.

(0). You can use raw milk to your baby instead of Soap the upper layer of the raw milk (fresh) will give the best results...It also helps in skin lightning and a glowing skin...

(0). Baby take a bath put some calamansi juice or lemon juice (fresh) to her/him tub then put baby lotion after to make her skin soft.



Baby care Tips: Babies get their water needs met by drinking breast milk

The answer to this question is "yes". The answer is also "no"! The full answer is that, like all human beings, babies do need to take in water in order to survive.

But they don't actually need to drink water—in fact, pediatricians advise against giving your baby plain or distilled water until he or she is six months old. Babies get their water needs met by drinking breast milk or formula, both of which are mostly water.

The reason your doctor will tell you not to feed your baby plain water is that it's easy to fill up an infant's stomach; a few little ounces will do the job. Babies should be filling up on nourishment—getting the nutrients they need from each feeding.

Once your baby has been teething, he or she will need fluoride to support the new teeth, so giving drinking water is a good way to meet that need. But until then, let your baby get water in his or her usual feedings of mother's milk or formula.

Whenever your baby is running a temperature, Most of pediatrician may advise you to give him or her more liquids. Usually, your doctor will suggest a liquid like Pedialyte, which contains nutrients to restore the balance of your child's electrolytes. Again, don't give your infant water instead of other liquids unless the advise of doctor


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