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Settling down to a routine

Your baby is thirty-four weeks old. Creating a routine with everyday chores will allow him to recognize a familiar sequence and anticipate what's coming next. For instance, he'll soon learn that dressing up means it's time to go out. Similarly, a warm bath followed by a reading session means that it is time for him to go to bed.

Snap and Squirt Sea Creatures

These colorful Snap and Squirt Sea Creatures snap together and squirt water, and come in a vinyl "fishbowl" that suctions to the bathtub. They help develop your baby's motor skills by encouraging a variety of hand movements. Characters include a whale, fish, turtle, crab, seahorse, snail, octopus and coral.

Constipation: How Can You Protect Your Baby from the Pain?

Constipation is defined as difficulties in bowel movements characterized by hard or firm stools and irregular or infrequent bowel movement. It is labeled chronic if the symptoms are present for more than two weeks. Causes The causes of constipation in infants and toddlers include: Change from breast milk to formulas Insufficient intake of f ...read more

Control Diarrhea in Your Baby

Your child’s bowel movements will vary in consistency depending on his age and diet. Breastfeeding infants have up to 12 loose or runny stools per day, whereas formula-fed infants typically have 2 to 4 pasty stools per day. Toddlers and older children usually have one bowel movement every day or two. Diarrhea is the sudden appearance of bowel mov ...read more

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