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10 tactics to keep in mind for soothing your crying baby.

1. Patience is key: It is any parent’s instinct to try and discipline a crying child by being stern, but as a parent, it is best to keep cool. 2. Preparation: For a day-out or a trip, carry snacks and some of your baby’s favourite...

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3 Best Ways To Engage Your Baby

Just as you are endlessly fascinated by your little bundle of joy, they too feel the same way about you! They love to look at you while you talk on the phone, play with your hair or glasses, and are always engaging with you in some way or another,...

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5 Things to Keep in Mind While You Use A Car Seat

Have you observed how excited children get at the idea of going out? That’s because kids love to get out of the house and explore new places. Before you get behind the wheel to drive your little one to a new place, you need to ensure your....

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Changing diapers can be a challenging, especially for a new mother. It is as important to know, as it is to know which is the right diaper for your baby. In this section we will try to help you understand important things like diaper rashes, how many times to change diapers and how to make sure your baby is comfortable in diapers.

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Children learn to talk at different ages. Some utter their first intelligible words before they are one year old while others may not speak until they are over two. Generally, however, most children start to talk by eighteen months.The process of...

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