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Soothing Motions Glider

The Soothing Motions Glider is a deep cradle seat with  gentle gliding motion to music accompaniement. It offers extra support for your baby's back, sides and head.

Strabismus: Does Your Baby Need to See an Opthalmologist?

Strabismus, or misalignment of the eyes, is commonly seen in babies and young children. Crossing of the eyes is considered normal for children who are younger than two months. However, in children above three months of age, crossing of the eyes may indicate exotropia (condition of the eyes moving outward) or esoptropia (the condition of the eyes ...read more

Deal with Diaper Rash

Diaper rash is caused by the contact of urine and stool with your baby’s skin because the soiled diaper rubs against it. It is normal for a baby to suffer from diaper rash and almost all babies have it. There are, however, ways in which you can control its intensity. These are measures you can take to safeguard your baby from diaper rash: C ...read more

Your Baby is Sleeping Longer at Night

Your baby is thirteen weeks old. At this age, his night and day actiivity will begin to gradually become more sharply defined. By eating adequately in the evenings, he will sleep for longer stretches through the night without needing to be frequently fed. Well, it's about time you got some sleep at night too!

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