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How To Engage Your Baby During Playtime 👩‍👧‍👦 ⚽️

Parents and babies are spending more of their time together at home now than ever. What challenges does this present to parents of new babies? The early days of parenting can feel incredibly isolating. Due to COVID-19, parents now have less freedom to socialize. Even quick outings to a nearby coffee shop or running errands to the grocery store may feel too risky with a baby in tow. Spending more time at home makes our days feel repetitive, which can lead to parental burnout. During challenging moments, we encourage families to prioritize play; shared play experiences help parents reduce stress and enhance family connection.  The Baby Play Basics class from Rose & Rex is all about facilitating meaningful play for...

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The Three Most Common Issues With Breastfeeding That Mums Face

A newborn baby has only three demands. They are - warmth in the arms of its mother, food from her breasts, and security in the knowledge of her presence. Breastfeeding satisfies all three. – Grantly Dick-Read The World Health Organisation (WHO) celebrates World Breastfeeding Week during the first week of August every year. This initiative is aimed towards raising awareness about the benefits of breastfeeding. This year’s theme is “support breastfeeding for a healthier planet”. Medical experts, including the Department of Health of the Australian Government and Australia's infant feeding guidelines, highly recommend breastfeeding exclusively for 6 months. Experts believe that breast milk provides the ideal nutrition for infants. It has a nearly perfect blend of vitamins, protein, and fat; everything your baby...

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Cloth Diapers or Disposal Diapers? Everything you need to know 🤰👶🏻

Whether you choose cloth or disposable, diapers are part of the parenting experience. Newborn babies can go through 10 or more diapers every day, and the average child won’t begin potty training until about 21 months old. In fact, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that the average baby will use 8,000 diapers before potty training. Fortunately, there’s no right or wrong decision when it comes to diapers. You can choose one or the other or a combination of both if that suits your baby, lifestyle, and budget. Here’s what to know about cloth and disposable diapers to make the right choice for you and your baby. Cloth Diapers Today’s reusable cloth diapers come in a number of styles. Most options feature...

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The Ultimate Guide To Get Your Baby To Stop Crying

You can’t call it a day until you hold your baby in your arms and feel their little fingers and tiny toes. We know that watching them smile is the best feeling in the world for you. It is for us too!Becoming a mother is the moment when all of life’s battles suddenly seem worth fighting for. However, it becomes alarming when the struggle is not against the world but your baby. It’s at this moment that you feel helpless as a mother. Believe us when we tell you, it’s absolutely normal.Babies cry for a lot of reasons. It’s easy to calm them down when it’s a usual cry. It takes just a few simple measures like feeding, a burp,...

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10 Practical Tips for Decorating Your Baby's Nursery

Designing a baby's nursery is a rewarding experience for every parent. Get inspiration to help you decorate your baby's nursery with these practical tips: 1. Pick the Bedroom Next To You As much as possible, pick a bedroom next to you or the closest to you. This will make it convenient to visit your baby anytime you want to especially at night. Remember to ensure that the bedroom is warm enough during the winter and a little cool in the summer. Choose good lighting for your baby's nursery. It may be best to have a different set of lights for the room: Warm lights when your baby is awake and dimmer lights when he is asleep. Doing that would also train...

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