Babies

How Should a Baby Travel in a Car?

According to statistics, traffic accidents produce a high number of fatalities every year and children occupy an important place within these figures. Hence, it’s crucial for adults to take precautions and to know how a baby should travel in a…

20 of the Best Baptism Gifts

One of the most important moments for many parents is their child’s baptism. It’s a sacred occasion where they present the newest member of their family and bring loved ones and friends together. If you’re ever invited to a baptism,…

Learn All About Tetanalgesia

Tetalganesia has a curious name, as well as very curious effects. Tetanalgesia is a Spanish term that was coined recently to refer to all the health benefits of breastfeeding. Since there’s no English term for “tetanalgesia” as of yet, we’ve…

Learn All About Neonatal Hypoglycemia

Neonatal hypoglycemia is a condition characterized by a drop in blood sugar levels. The amount of glucose is below 50 mg/dL, a baby’s body requirements. During pregnancy, babies get glucose from their mothers. When they’re born, they get it from…

Innovative Products for Babies in 2019

We live in a world where technology is advancing at unbelievable rates, and innovation is constantly improving our everyday life. In 2019, a number of new inventions have come on the market that make our lives easier as moms. From…

Kidney Dilation in Newborn Babies

In this article, we’re going to tell you everything you need to know about kidney dilation in newborn babies. Kidney dilation, or hydronephrosis, in newborn infants is common. Many babies are born with this problem, but it often goes away…

Baby-Led Weaning Recipes

After the first six months of exclusively breastfeeding your baby, you can start adding complementary foods to their diet. Traditionally, mashes were the quintessential method. However, since 2003, more and more families are opting for baby-led weaning. Below, you’ll discover…

Sturge-Weber Syndrome in Children

Sturge-Weber syndrome (SSW) is a rare congenital disease. Above all, its most distinctive feature is a birthmark on the face, as well as neurological symptoms. For these reasons, it’s considered a neurocutaneous syndrome. SSW was first described in 1860, although…