6 Myths About Baby's First Foods
From a "best" order for starting solids to avoiding all cow's milk before age 1, here are 6 common myths about baby's first foods (and the facts you should know!).
5 Ways You're Cleaning Your Baby Wrong
From bathing your baby too soon to using too many products, here are five ways you've been cleaning your baby wrong (and how to correct them!).
Baby Sign Language: First Food Signs
Learn these food signs to help bond with your child even more. Special thanks to Melissa van Wijk, Founder of Signing Up (SigningUpLLC).cereal. Cereal. This sign for apple. You have a fist, with your index finger sort of crooked. And then you twist it by your cheek. That mimics the apple. Then the sign for banana. This is
Baby Sign Language: Greeting Signs
Your baby understands before they are able to verbalize, so signing is a great way to interact. Special thanks to Melissa van Wijk, Founder of Signing Up (SigningUpLLC).
Baby Sign Language: Daily Routine Signs
At first, start by teaching your baby two to five priority signs, then begin adding more. Special thanks to Melissa van Wijk, Founder of Signing Up (SigningUpLLC).
Baby Sign Language: Family Signs
Teach your baby these signs so he can identify each family member personally. Special thanks to Melissa van Wijk, Founder of Signing Up (SigningUpLLC).tool for expression before they've developed speech. The way it works in American Sign Language is that the female signs are below the nose, and the male signs are above the nose. The sign for mom is an open hand, and you tap it by the chin. Mom. The sign for dad is the same open hand, but you tap it by the forehead. Dad. The sign for grandma is that same open hand again, and you bounce it twice. Every generation gets a hop in American sign language . So this is grandma. And then this is grandpa. Grandpa. So grandma, grandpa. And then the sign for brother and sister. Sister is two fists and thumbs. You tap your thumb by your chin. And then when your hand comes out, your index fingers point out. So sister. Sister. Brother. You tap it by the forehead, brother. [MUSIC]
Baby Sign Language: Meal Time Signs
Meal time will no longer be a guessing game with these signs. Special thanks to Melissa van Wijk, Founder of Signing Up (SigningUpLLC).
One Tip For Successful Breastfeeding
Suzanne Chan puts new moms at ease, as she explains how to breastfeed successfully.
Baby Sign Language: Other Helpful Signs
Signing is a perfect way to communicate before they can verbalize what they're thinking. Special thanks to Melissa van Wijk, Founder of Signing Up (SigningUpLLC).just yet. The sign for where. Is like this. You wave your index finger back and forth, where. The sign for dog, you tap on your leg and then you bring ha, your hand up and
Baby Care Basics: How to Treat Bug Bites
Bug bites and stings happen all the time, so it's important to know how to care for your little one if she gets a bite. Here’s how to treat the most common types.Bug bites and stings are bound to happen. Here's some tips on how to handle them. For mosquito bites , dab on one percent hydrocortisone cream, a baking soda and water paste, calamine lotion, or diluted tea tree oil to minimize the itch. Bee stings really hurt so be prepared for your baby to cry. Try to keep him still while