Is your baby crying, gnawing on his hands and drooling excessively? He’s probably teething, which can certainly cause discomfort in babies. Here are some tips to help you and your baby during this stage.

“I have a 5-month old daughter. Lately, she puts her hand in her mouth as though something is bothering her and she drools a lot. Is she teething? And if so, what do you recommend to calm her discomfort.”

Teething time generally...

Considered to be one of the most widely consumed herbs all over the world, Chamomile (Manzanilla) has been used for thousands of years for its abundance of health benefits. But did you know that this ancient herb can also benefit your baby? Not only is Chamomile an anti-inflammatory, non-allergenic, anti-bacterial, but it also contains calcium, magnesium, folate and Vitamin A – all great stuff for your growing tot! Whether you...

As moms, we feel that the most important thing we can do for our babies is to give them the best of everything. Whether it’s through the foods they eat that will make them strong kids or the bath products that will keep them healthy and happy. When it comes to our own children, we want the brands we trust will get the job done right, every time.

As Latina moms, we understand the value of listening to our own families – especial...

29/06/2017

Few things are as enjoyable as seeing your baby grow and reach developmental milestones. The following list will help you determine the main milestones your baby will experience and the approximate ages when you can expect them to happen.

As each milestone approaches, be sure to have your camera ready because you will want to document each first in your baby’s life.

THE FIRST (MEANINGFUL) SMILE

While it’s true that you may see a...

We know that during the first few weeks of your baby’s life, it’s impossible to establish a sleep schedule or to teach your baby to sleep through the night. Your little one needs to have frequent feedings, so it’s normal for him to experience short sleeping intervals.

Try to sleep whenever your baby sleeps so you can avoid feeling exhausted. Sleep deprivation can lead to depression, eating disorders and tensions with your spous...

Feeding milk to your baby seems so normal and natural that it can be very puzzling when babies reject it or it causes health problems. That is why we are sharing some expert advice to help you determine if your baby is lactose intolerant or allergic to milk.

There are some clear signs that will reveal if your baby is having trouble processing lactose. The first thing to do is to stop feeding her milk until you visit the pediatr...

We typically adhere to the idea that newborns only eat, sleep and cry. But the reality is that things aren’t as simple as all that; the first few days at home with your newborn can be an overwhelming experience.

That is why we offer you a simple guide to help you happily navigate through the first 24 hours with your newborn.

FEEDING

Since a newborn’s stomach is so tiny, your baby will only consume small quantities of milk frequen...

Whether it’s a calming and bonding experience or a splashing and crying one, baby bath time is inevitable part of parenthood – and it’s also a time for extreme safety. At the end of a busy day, you’ve usually got an exhausted mom and a fussy baby, which can easily lead to avoidable bath time accidents.  Keep your baby safe and take the stress out of bath time with these 5 tips for safety proofing your baby’s bath.

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Helping your baby develop and exceed expectations is up to you. In fact, the things you must do to help baby’s brain flourish are very simple and here we reveal a few of them so you can help your little bundle of joy reach for the stars.

Read on to find out why…

Babies can listen, remember and recognize the voices they hear while still in the womb, so be sure to talk and sing to your baby. Your baby will know your voice and you’...

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