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Baby Led Weaning – All You Need To Know

Read this article if you want to know more about Baby Led Weaning – its importance and other pertinent facts.

In a nutshell, Baby Led Weaning (BLW) is all about independence. You try to skip the use of spoon and fork so basically; you’re not serving purees or mashed recipes to your child.

Instead, you provide them with age-appropriate ‘table foods’ which you need to cut into small and manageable pieces.

Some parents feel a bit scared or intimidated because it’s a learning process. Unlike pureeing where you’re confident that more than 90% of the serving will go to their mouths, it’s not the same thing with BLW.

More or less you will encounter babies playing with the food, throwing them at you or just exploring the various shapes and textures.

But, there’s a rationale behind this concept which I will elaborate later in this article. What you have to understand though, is that it’s not going to be easy and just like in using clothing diapers or potty training, you need to have commitment.

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How Do I Detect That There Are Bed Bugs In My Baby’s Nursery?

Having little bugs below your bed isn’t just a nightmare, but this bloodsucking creature will make your night bad!

Even if you have a small doubt that there are bed bugs that are lurking around your room in the dark is going to leave you sleepless. Bugs can spread infections at a speed of light years.

So, how would you detect that there are bed bugs in your baby’s nursery? How would you know that it’s time to sterilize baby bottles and everything another thing that your baby plays or eats with?

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Crib Sheets: The Best Types And How Much You Need

If you want to know exactly how many crib sheets you need to buy for your baby, then this post is for you.

One of the things I’m guilty of as a mother is buying too much of everything and not just because I feel like it. As a first-time mum, I never want to look for something only to find out that there’s not enough.

Just like when I need another carrier while waiting for the other one to dry OR when I realise the mattress is soiled, but I don’t have a spare.

I know you probably asked yourself more than once: how many crib sheets do I need? It’s good you stumbled upon this post so you won’t have to over-purchase.

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Newborn Baby And Dog: How To Introduce And Prepare

Many households treat their dog as their baby. So, when a human baby gets introduced to the family, the last creature to possess the title misbehaves.

In many ways, your dog will act like an older brother or sister for who feels threatened by a new member of the family.

When you are expecting a baby, making the necessary preparations to acquaint your dog with the household changes is a must. The sudden change could affect your dog's mood which would reflect on his behavior.

With a newborn in your care and all the necessary changes in your routine, you don't have the energy to deal with two misbehaving babies.

What can you do to make the change easier on your dog? Proper preparation is the key and here are some of the things you need to do when you learn there is going to be a baby on the way.

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How To Clean Ergo Baby Carrier The Easy Way?

If you’re planning to clean your Ergo Baby Carrier, you might want to check out this post since it contains all the instructions you will need.

I’m a huge fan of carriers. It’s one of those things I never regretted buying, not even for a moment.

And to be honest, it’s a real life saver.

That’s the thing about a carrier – it’s useful in and out of the house. When we travel to places where it’s too inconvenient to carry a bulky stroller, this is what me and my husband use.

It keeps the little one close which is the most valuable perk. As a secondary benefit, your hands are still free to do other things.

I already discussed carriers, and I assume by now, you probably own one already. And so, here’s a crucial question for those babywearing mothers: how to clean an Ergo baby carrier?

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