Learning as you go
Diaper duty doesn’t have to be messy
Get the most out of your wipe
Treat all the rough spots
Make bath time easier
Show yourself some TLC
What to Know to Parent a Newborn
Parenting a newborn? Baby’s first month after birth is full of milestones for both Baby and new parents, so we’re giving you the tips you need to confidently parent your newborn baby. When it comes to feeding, whether you choose to breastfeed or not, your infant will eat (and sleep!) a lot in the first month. So, mom (or dad)… you better catch up on your ZZZs now. And you probably already know that when a newborn baby is sleeping… don’t wake them! Your child needs this time to grow. One last tip: Don’t fret over Baby’s umbilical cord. It will fall off when the time is right. Just make sure it has room to breathe beneath Baby’s clothing.
What happens after Baby’s first month? What can a new mom (or dad, or any new parents) expect during month two, month three, month four and so on? Your infant will grow into a child quickly, reaching important milestones nearly every month. Worried about Baby’s sleep? Don’t! Your infant will sleep a lot in the months following their birth. If your infant has a hard time sleeping or feeding, they’ll let you know by crying. New parents get pretty good at figuring out why their child is crying. After all, you want the best for them… and that means lots of sleep!