Your baby is twenty-two weeks old. Observing him might give you clues to his emerging personality. Like whether he is an introvert or an extrovert. Or whether he is shy and retiring, or one who goes for what he wants. Clues such as these help you to understand your baby better, and accordingly, mold your responses to him. … [Read more...] about Is your Baby Shy or a go-getter?
This fashionable Transition High Chair/Table and Chair Mango transforms into a table and chair for toddler use. Its durable seat fabric is easy to clean and the removable, dishwasher safe double tray makes clean up effortless. … [Read more...] about Transition High Chair/Table and Chair Mango
Babies often form an attachment to certain objects such as toys, a pacifier, or a pillow. We as parents encourage this attachment as it helps soothe the babies and calm them. The advantages of doing so are as follows: Comfort objects reassure the baby. They provide babies with a sense of familiarity. Comfort objects are there with the child at all times. This is … [Read more...] about Comfort Objects: Do they help Your Baby or Encourage Dependence?
With your baby now becoming increasingly mobile, it is time you baby-proofed your home. This is important to guard against accidents or injury. An approach involving a thorough survey of your home to identify potential danger points would work best. The following are some guidelines that you can use to make your home safe. You will be able to quickly gauge how mobile your child … [Read more...] about Baby-proof your Home