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Diaper Bag Checklist: Essentials to pack in a baby’s diaper bag February 20, 2020 in Baby Basics, Effective Parenting by Yavanika Kaushal

Hello new Moms, a huge shout-out to you for giving your best at caring for your newborn. I couldn’t possibly emphasise more on how difficult a task it is, but you’re doing it with love,  you’ve held it together and let me add that You’re Doing Great! Organizing your baby’s diaper

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Diaper Bag Checklist: Essentials to pack in a baby’s diaper bag
Is your Baby facing Cow’s Milk Allergies? February 17, 2020 in Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Food, Health by Dr Meghna Manocha

Cow’s milk allergy is an allergy to milk protein babies have when they are either fed with cow's milk directly or if the breastfeeding mother consumes cow's milk.  This causes symptoms in the baby before being weaned, or if the baby consumes cow's milk protein, containing products during or after weaning.

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Is your Baby facing Cow’s Milk Allergies?
Teaching your child not to bite January 16, 2020 in Baby, Baby Basics by Dr Meghna Manocha

A mother and her baby share a very special bond and she plays an important role in the development of her child’s habits. Your child is in a stage of constant growth and development and tends to learn a habit very quickly. Few habits are deleterious for your child and

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Teaching your child not to bite
Things you should know about infants’ sleeping positions November 29, 2019 in Baby, Baby Basics, Effective Parenting, Parenting by Dr Meghna Manocha

A baby brings joy, happiness and excitement to you and your family. Babies need proper care along with love and affection. Baby is a big responsibility and you need to be concerned about everything regarding your baby. Babies are growing every second and proper sleep for them is a must.

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Things you should know about infants’ sleeping positions
How to simulate your toddler’s brain development: 8 indoor activities that will help your baby become smarter November 26, 2019 in Activity & Fun, Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Developments, Parenting, Positive Parenting by Dr Meghna Manocha

Toddlers are continuously growing. 90% of the development of the brain occurs until the age of 5. Growth and development of the brain are much faster in toddlers. The first three years of the life of a child is crucial for learning and development. Things learned in the initial years

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How to simulate your toddler’s brain development: 8 indoor activities that will help your baby become smarter
Do you have a 3-6 Months Old Baby whose not ready to sleep? Here are a few tips on how to get your baby to sleep November 25, 2019 in Baby, Baby Basics, Effective Parenting by Dr Meghna Manocha

Your newborn baby will require 16 to 17 hours of sleep a day, and after three months, that is decreased to 15 hours. A 3-6-month-old baby will require 13 to 15 hours of proper sleep. Proper sleep is essential for your baby, as it enables their growth and development. But

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Do you have a 3-6 Months Old Baby whose not ready to sleep? Here are a few tips on how to get your baby to sleep
5 important spots to child proof in your home November 24, 2019 in Activity & Fun, Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Proofing by Dr Meghna Manocha

Child-proofing your home is an essential step for your child when he is growing. As unintentional injuries very common and can be life-threatening in children. When your toddler is toddling, it’s time for you to childproof your home so that it is safe for them to roam. Here are the

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5 important spots to child proof in your home
How to keep your baby’s skin clean without using harsh chemicals July 29, 2019 in Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Developments, Effective Parenting by Dr Meghna Manocha

Babies develop many skin conditions during the first few months of life. These include: Cradle cap, Diaper rash, Toxic erythema, Milia, Infantile acne Birthmarks Eczema prickly heat Some skin conditions are caused by normal hormonal changes or immature pores, while others are caused by inflammation or, rarely, an infection. Some issues might get aggravated with certain soaps etc. Best pediatrician near

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How to keep your baby’s skin clean without using harsh chemicals
Baby Whining – Causes and Tips to Handle your Child June 24, 2019 in Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Developments, Baby Food, Effective Parenting by Dr Meghna Manocha

How to calm down an irritated baby? Parenting is a difficult task and its natural for parents to feel anger when their child is constantly crying. However, it is crucial to remember that the child does not cry to irritate its parents, it simply cries because it can’t solve its problems

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Baby Whining – Causes and Tips to Handle your Child
Colic in Babies – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment June 24, 2019 in Baby, Baby Basics, Effective Parenting, Health by Dr Meghna Manocha

  Colic is a severe symptom of abdominal pain among babies, which they experience and cry uncontrollably as a result of that. This condition among babies is common and happens to about 1 in 5 babies. Causes of  Colic in Infants is mostly unknown; however, Gastroesophageal Reflux, Immature Digestive System, Intolerance

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Colic in Babies – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment
Does Your Baby Have Stranger or Separation Anxiety? – How to Tackle It June 22, 2019 in Activity & Fun, Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Developments, Effective Parenting by Dr Meghna Manocha

Stranger anxiety is a phenomenon experienced by babies, especially by the age of 1, at times kids show a strong preference for either of the parents at a certain age. In fact many a times such babies may view their grandparents as strangers. The only way to manage this situation

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Does Your Baby Have Stranger or Separation Anxiety? – How to Tackle It
Tips On Transitioning From Breast Milk To Family Food For Your Baby May 26, 2019 in Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Food, Effective Parenting, Feeding by Dr Sanjay Wazir

Here are some tips with which you can make this transition as smooth as possible for the baby 1. The best time to introduce food to the baby is when it turns six months old if the baby is exclusively breastfeed and is growing well. However, if the baby is predominantly on

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Tips On Transitioning From Breast Milk To Family Food For Your Baby
Baby Health and Skincare Tips March 6, 2019 in Baby, Baby Basics, Health, Health by Dr. Syed Nazim Hussain

After bringing your newborn home, it’s natural to want to exercise extreme caution and care to keep them in the pink of health. If you’re a new parent looking for tips, this list can help you take care of your newborn with ease. Skincare Notes & Tips Your baby’s skin and

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Baby Health and Skincare Tips
Of Ages and Stages: The 5 Stages of Child Growth and Development January 9, 2019 in Baby, Baby Basics, Toddler, Toddler Basics by Dr Indu Khosla

Must Read: 3 Reasons to Take Your Child to a Pediatric ENT Doctor Infancy As your child closes in on his first year, you’ll notice tremendous development from day to day and month to month. By this point, your baby will recognise and call for you and other close family members. He will

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Of Ages and Stages: The 5 Stages of Child Growth and Development
Second to None: 7 Differences to Expect Between Your First and Second Pregnancies January 9, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Developments, Health, Mom’s Care, Positive Parenting, Pregnancy, Preparing For Pregnancy, Second Pregnancy by Dr Chitralekha N Dambekodi

Nothing can make you ‘feel’ more pregnant than a blooming belly. And because your abdominal and uterine muscles have already expanded with pregnancy before, they’re more flexible than last time, allowing you to show sooner. Must read - What are the Pregnancy Questions to Ask Your Doctor? Your Belly Might Drop

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Second to None: 7 Differences to Expect Between Your First and Second Pregnancies

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