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How much formula milk does my baby need?

How much formula should I measure out? If your baby isn’t eating solids yet, there’s a rough guide that you can use to work out how much formula to give. Your baby will want between 150ml and 200ml of formula per kilogram of his body weight per day. Bear inRead the Rest…


10 Tips to Soothe Your Crying Baby

Swaddling To you, being swaddled might feel like being straitjacketed. But to a crying and fussy baby, swaddling feels like the cramped, familiar, and comforting womb. Often one of the biggest questions parents have when it comes to swaddling is: “How tight?” Answer: Snug enough so he can’t wriggle hisRead the Rest…


Baby poop: What's normal?

I am breast-feeding my newborn and her bowel movements are yellow and mushy. Is this normal for baby poop? Answer from Jay L. Hoecker, M.D. Yellow, mushy bowel movements are perfectly normal for breast-fed babies. Still, there are many shades of normal when it comes to baby poop. Here’s aRead the Rest…


Foods for Babies 4-12 months old

The lists for baby food below are designed to give you an idea of what babies may be eating from 4 months to 12 months of age. Your baby will eat as much solid foods as your baby needs – trust your baby cues. Start out slowly and let babyRead the Rest…


Crying baby? How to keep your cool

It’s tough to listen to a crying baby, but you can handle it. Slow down, take a break — and know when to ask for help. By Mayo Clinic staff All babies cry, but the tears can take a toll. When nothing you do soothes your crying baby, you mightRead the Rest…


Parents Can Let Sleepless Babies Cry It Out

Parents Can Let Sleepless Babies Cry It Out: Study By DR. MAUREEN BRAUN, ABC News Medical Unit | Good Morning America – Sept. 10, 2012 “I remember sitting there in the dark, arguing with myself,” Katherine Stone said of the nights several years ago when her baby simply would not goRead the Rest…


Baby sleep basics: 3 to 6 months

Reviewed by the BabyCenter Medical Advisory Board Last updated: August 2011 At 3 months, most babies sleep a total of 15 hours a day, including nighttime sleep and naps. Sleep training opportunity Typically, by age 4 months or so, babies have started to develop more of a regular sleep/wake patternRead the Rest…


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