Babies

What you need to know about the development of your baby from birth until the age of 24 months. We’ll share a series of things you should remember as well as many practical tips on feeding, hygiene, clothing, and entertaining your baby. “Eres Mama” will be a useful guide so that now that you’re a mother, you can enjoy this stage as much as possible.

9 Diseases in Children Under One Year Old

It’s important to know about the most common diseases in children under one year old. In fact, several of them are very frequent. In addition, many of them require immediate medial attention. They’re dangerous for babies because their immune systems aren’t…

Your Baby’s Weight Gain Month by Month

Your baby’s weight gain and growth during his first year of life is undoubtedly incredible. At birth, babies weigh between 6 and 7 pounds on average. Yet after just 12 months, this will have increased to between 22 and 24 pounds.…

My Baby Wants to Be Carried All The Time!

The truth is that carrying your baby in your arms is something very natural. Your baby really does need it. It’s one of the main ways of strengthening the bond between parents and children. Your baby wants to be carried all…

Teething Pain: Why It Happens and How to Relieve It

The first teeth appear between the third and sixth month of babies’ lives. For some little ones, this means discomfort, pain and feeling ill. Why does it happen, and how can we relieve teething pain in babies? The pain and discomfort…

How Long Should Babies Sleep Before Feeding?

Strictly speaking, infancy refers to the time period between birth and 18 months, making up about 2% of a person’s entire life. One aspect to keep in mind during this vital period is the amount of time that babies sleep before…

Patau Syndrome in Babies: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Patau syndrome is an alteration that generates an extra or additional chromosome. This anomaly occurs in the womb when an issue arises during cell division. This syndrome, also known as trisomy, was discovered by the geneticist Klaus Patau in 1960. Statistics…

Conjunctivitis in Babies: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

In this article we’ll share with you everything you need to know about conjunctivitis in babies and older children in order to help you solve the problem quickly and effectively. Conjunctivitis occurs frequently in older children. It’s nothing more than the…

Meconium and Newborn Babies

Meconium is a newborn’s first stool after being born. It generally appears within 48 hours. The substance is made up of epithelial cells from the intestines, water, lanugo, amniotic liquid and bile. It has a thick and sticky consistency, and is…

Where Does Your Family Name Come From?

There’s a popular belief that people’s last names define many things about them. A family name denotes a particular root or story. It provides a sort of background or history, allowing us to better understand where we come from. What’s the…

When Should Children Stop Taking Naps?

Parents often ask themselves when kids should stop taking naps. It’s important to remember that this varies from one child to another. It also depends on their age and their daily activity. Babies generally take between 5 and 6 naps a…

Tips for Choosing a Name for Your Baby

Choosing a name for your baby is one of the most important decisions that new parents have to face. Names are an essential part of a person’s identity. We’ll discuss this topic in more detail below.   Without a doubt, the…

The Incubator: What Is It and How Does It Work?

Everyone has seen an incubator at some point in their lives and knows, more or less, how they work. It is a machine that has considerably reduced the cases of infant mortality, especially in developing countries. In this article we’ll explain…

Tips to Help Calm Down Your Baby

Calming a crying baby can become a difficult mission for inexperienced parents. As the minutes tick by and the baby’s cries become louder and louder, the parents’ bewilderment and nervousness grow. To help you overcome this difficulty, here are some…

Summer Clothing for Newborn Babies

When children are born in extreme seasons like summer and winter, parents often have doubts as to how to dress them. As for summer, moms and dads often assume that less is best. But is that really true? What summer clothing should…

The 11th Month in a Baby’s Life

By their 11th month of life, babies start to learn a number of things. They are extremely curious about their surroundings. Exploring and making new discoveries becomes an ever-growing pastime. At 11 months of age, babies are more willing to share…

Bottle Warmers: Main Uses and Features

Bottle warmers are useful when you have to prepare your baby’s bottle out of the house or in the car. They not only warm the temperature of the bottle, but also maintain it at optimal conditions. Keep reading to find…

Why Are Babies Born With Gray Eyes?

Why are babies born with gray eyes? This is a very common question that mothers have when they meet their newborn child, especially first-time mothers. Seeing a baby’s gray eyes is charming and attracts the attention of anyone who looks at…

Questions and Answers About Premature Babies

When mothers hear about premature babies, they tend to have thousands of questions about how to take care of them. Babies are considered to be premature when mothers give birth before the 37th week. However, this doesn’t mean that all babies…

What to Do If Your Baby Drools a Lot

My baby drools a lot… What should I do? This is a common question among first-time parents. Inexperienced moms and dads may worry when their babies drool more than they think is normal. An excess of saliva and drooling is normal in…