caring for your baby
If you’re like most first-time parents you will drive away from the hospital with your newborn and think now what? How am I going to know what to do and when to do it?
Welcome to Baby Care, where we discuss everything from skin-to-skin mother care to pool safety, the basics of taking care of your newborn, and even hip dysplasia in babies. Do you have a question about tongue-tie and lip-tie? We’ve got the answers! What about how to introduce your little one to solid foods? We are happy to walk you through your baby’s graduation from liquids to solids!
We understand how important your baby’s health and wellbeing is. That is why we provide you with information on your child’s dental health, eye exams, and even child safety checklists to ensure that your home is as safe as can be for your baby.
Get your fur baby ready for your new baby with these 6 veterinarian-approved tips.
Are you thinking about sleep training your baby but you’re not sure where to start? We turned to three experts for help.
After breastmilk and/or infant formula what will you feed your baby and when? Our baby food guide will give you feeding tips for the first 12 months.
Deck the halls with baby safe Christmas decor. Here are 12 tips to ensure you’re baby proofing your Christmas tree and holiday decor.
Introducing allergenic foods at a young age can help reduce the risk of food allergies in babies. Here’s what to feed them and how to do it.
Safe sleep practices are best to reduce the risk of SIDS. Follow these tips to create a sleeping environment safe for your baby.
With the heat of summer here, check out these tips and products that will help prevent you from leaving your baby in the backseat.
Choosing age appropriate toys for your children is an important factor in safety and development. Here is an ages-and-stages guide to toys.
Our Child Passenger Safety Technician expert, Shannon Powers shares car seat safety information new parents should know to ensure proper car seat use.
Dr. Alicia Webb with Children’s of Alabama shares 6 tips to help prevent injuries and keep kids safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.