When Do Babies Stop Breastfeeding?


When should I stop breastfeeding my baby? When is it the right time to stop breastfeeding your baby? What is the best way to do it? This is a puzzle for most parents, especially if you are a first-time mother. Even after you have established breastfeeding, how long do you continue? Three months? Six months?… Continue Reading »

How to Help a Constipated Baby

How to Help a Constipated Baby

How to Help a Constipated Baby This might seem like a pretty evident statement, but the truth is that adults sometimes don't think much of constipation when they're suffering from it. They work through it and then move on, or go out to the store and buy some medicine that will promote looser, easier bowel… Continue Reading »

How to Get a Toddler to Eat

How to Get Toddler to Eat

How to Get Toddler to Eat If you're the parent of a new toddler, you may notice that their eating habits are a tad different from the adults in your life. Toddlers are those human beings in the 16 to 36 month age range, and things can get very difficult with them very quickly. Since… Continue Reading »

How Often Do Newborns Eat?

newborn with blue eyes drinking bottle

How Often Do Newborns Eat? Newborn Needs A newborn baby is as helpless as helpless can be. During those first critical three months of life, you're the person who will clothe, feed, snuggle, and grow along with that child as they reach milestone after milestone in front of your very delighted face. New parents are… Continue Reading »

Can I Give My Baby Juice?

giving baby juice

Is it Okay to Give a Baby Juice? Juice is refreshing, easily available, and somewhat nutritious. In moderation, it's fine for most adults and children to drink. However, babies are different in their needs, and the question of "Can I give my baby juice?" is a common one. What's Recommended: Babies may start having juice… Continue Reading »

Average Baby Weight: What to Know

average baby weight

Average Baby Weight: A Guide to Your Baby's Weight The average baby weight of most babies in the first year is between 5 pounds, 8 ounces and 8 pounds, 12 ounces. If your baby is under-weight or over-weight, you don’t need to worry as average baby weight also depends on factors such as genetics, gender,… Continue Reading »