• What to Pack in a Diaper Bag

    As a new mother, it can seem like your tiny baby needs so much stuff! It can be overwhelming trying to figure out what to pack in a diaper bag and what you can skip. This article will help you figure out the minimal items you need in your everyday bag. Do You Really Need a Diaper Bag? Whether you really need a diaper bag is personal preference. However, I would say absolutely yes you do…

  • Newborn Schedule

    Newborn baby schedule As you and your newborn adjust to your new way of life you may be looking to get on a schedule, to help you better plan your days.  Newborns should not be tied to a strict schedule. You’ll want to allow them to lead you on when they’re hungry or tired.  However, you can get your baby on a flexible schedule or a routine. Which may help you through the early days.…

  • Cradle Cap: What Is It and How to Treat It

    Cradle cap is a commonly seen skin condition in new baby’s. It is common for your new baby to experience a skin condition as they adjust to life outside the womb.  These conditions are usually noticed by your baby’s healthcare provider. Typically at their first well check-up. Discover the best way to treat cradle cap naturally.  What is Cradle Cap?  Cradle cap is a crusty or oily patch that is most commonly found on your…

  • Why Tummy Time Is Important

    Why is Tummy Time Important?  As babies grow they reach physical milestones, like rolling, crawling, and walking. However, before babies learn to roll they must first strengthen their neck muscles and learn to lift their heads.  Learn why tummy time plays such an important role in your baby’s development. Plus, gets tips to help make tummy time better for you and your baby! What is Tummy Time?  Tummy time is the term used to describe…

  • Why You Need to Know About Purple Crying?

    The Period of PURPLE Crying What is Purple Crying?  Purple crying is a term used to describe a stage in normal infant development. In the past, infants that experienced periods of inconsolable crying, but were otherwise found to be healthy at check-ups, were labeled as having colic. However, with recent findings, if your baby experiences episodes of persistent crying, and are otherwise healthy, it may not be colic.  Do you all babies go through purple…