A baby is either breastfed or bottle-fed, but as your baby gets a little older, he or she can gradually learn to drink from a cup by itself. Different models are available for each phase of this learning process. In this article we explain when which cup is best suited for your toddler.
When your child is about four months old, you can start letting him or her drink from a cup. But no two cups are the same. In this article, we list some of the factors you should bear in mind when choosing a cup for your baby.
If your baby is latched on and nursing properly, the likelihood of biting is reduced. Teething shouldn't signify an end of breastfeeding. Is your baby biting after all? Try our tips and you will soon notice the difference!
Most babies that are teething suffer with it. As a mum, it can be heartbreaking to see your baby in pain when it doesn't understand why. Fortunately, you don't have to stand by and watch helplessly. We have a lot of tips to relieve pain from teething. Let's find out!
Some babies are already born with a milk tooth, but for most babies the teeth take some time to develop. How long does it take exactly before your baby get its first teeth? Find out here. We'll also explain what effect this has on breastfeeding - a question asked by many mums. Let's find out!
To prevent the spread of the coronavirus, good hygiene is essential. People are currently rushing for disinfecting alcohol gels in supermarkets and pharmacies. However, these products are not always ideal. For your baby's sensitive skin, for example, it's better to use adapted baby wipes. Allow us to explain why.
Due to the corona crisis, our lives have been completely transformed for the time being. It is essential that we stick to the guidelines, so that we can get back to normal life as soon as possible. Fortunately, it is still possible to go for a stroll, even with your baby. Although it's best to be cautious. So it's a good idea to always have cleaning wipes to hand for your little one's pacifier.
Breastfeeding and giving your baby a pacifier between feeds has both advantages and disadvantages. Above all, it is important to trust your instincts and keep a close eye on the needs of your child. Apart from that, it's a good idea to find out as much as you can. We explain what you definitely need to bear in mind!
If you are pregnant, but also when you are breastfeeding, it sometimes feels like everyone has got something to say about what you can and can't eat. This includes various myths, and not all the advice you get is worth listening to. Fortunately, in recent years scientists have conducted a lot of research into the link between the eating and drinking habits of breastfeeding mothers and the health of their babies. Read on and discover what you should avoid eating when breastfeeding!