September 30, 2016

Fisher-Price Newborn Auto Rock ‘n Play Sleeper, Aqua Stone Fashion: A Product Review

Baby swings, bassinets or sleepers are indeed helpful for parents and guardians in so many ways. They work miracles in soothing and calming, almost every baby’s mood. However, there are too many baby products to choose from.

Fisher-Price Newborn Auto Rock ‘n Play Sleeper, Aqua Stone Fashion is one of the many baby swings in the market these days that will sure to give value to your money. It offers features such as swinging motions, comforting sounds, calming lights and other customizable features to suit your baby’s emotions.

Like other products by Fisher Price, their Rock n’ Play sleeper is becoming more popular because of its ability to cater to your growing baby’s needs. More than its calming and soothing effects, it can also stimulate their senses.
Let’s get more into details below.

Features of the Product

Modern baby swings like the Rock n’ Play sleeper have a lot to offer. Its other features are;

1. Dual purpose

The Rock n’ Play sleeper can be used as playtime seat or an inclined sleeper with music and hands-free rocking motion. The unit is efficient for newborns as it has that extra-deep seat we are all looking for to keep them secure. Its comfortable newborn insert adds support to the baby’s wobbly head and helps them sleep all night long with ease.Continue reading

September 5, 2016

The Proper Way to Bathe Your Newborn Baby

Our babies’ “firsts” could be somewhere between exciting to a challenging one. Their first word, first crawl and first hair cut are among other things, that parents like you become excited about. However, some of their “firsts” could be challenging, especially for first time parents such as their first bath.

The baby’s fragile body and sensitive skins make us all uncertain if we are bathing them right. Unless your baby is already a toddler who plays on the ground and get dirty, bathing him or her daily is not necessary. A sponge bath once or twice a week is ideal for newborns. Your baby’s first bath is a milestone and bathing her could be a bonding moment for the both of you.

Preparation for Bath time

Remember that it is only safe for your baby to take his or her first bath when the umbilical cord stump is already healed, which is usually one week to one month after his birth. Sponge baths are the best since they are so small and slippery.

You can bath him once or twice a week and as per for time of the day, mornings are the ideal time since the water is stimulating for some newborns. You can also do it before bedtime to mellow down your little one and get him to sleep.Continue reading

The List of “Must-Have” for Newborns

The early weeks of a newborn could mean a handful of tools and must-have stuff. It can be overwhelming since there are plenty of baby gears that you could find in the market. Excited parents especially, first timers can think of various baby needs and tend to end up buying things that are not really required.
For your newborn’s must have, we come up with a short list so you and baby can survive his or her first few months. These are the things that we considered necessary to make parenting job easier for you and for baby.


This comes first in our list since newborns tend to sleep almost all the time during their first few weeks. A portable napper comes in handy during midday naps and allows your baby to sleep anywhere comfortable and quiet in the house.
By all means, you will need a crib for long-term use but, more often, newborns are most likely to sleep with their parents which are actually recommended by pediatricians as well. The portable napper is one safe gear to use.


Are no newbie in the must-have list. These long, stretchy fabrics allow parents to carry their babies for longer periods without feeling fatigue. It is an effective and safe carrier option for baby’s first few months. Parents find it efficient in calming colicky and grumpy newborns.Continue reading

Caring for an Infant: The Challenges and Perks of Relative Care

Infants and young children have extra emotional needs and by fully understanding these needs, most of our troubles in dealing with them will be settled. This specifically applies to dealing with the infant’s attachment needs and the possible effects of separating them from their parents.

Gone are the days that only a mother can truly take care of her baby. Anyone of us is capable of providing these youngsters the adequate attention and love they need. Dads and other male relatives, such as older brother, uncles and grandfathers are no longer shadowy figures. They were once cast as passive participants in raising infants, but not anymore.

These days, not only the mothers are considered integral and crucial persons in a care giving team. The people surrounding the infant can do their share of parenting tasks to raise their newborns.Continue reading

May 31, 2016

Taking Care of Your Baby this Summer

With summer just rolled around us and the weather is getting hotter, parents like you would like to make sure that their babies are well-protected and comfortable. Adults can experience changes in their skin and body during warmer days, but these changes also have an impact to babies and toddlers. Thus, they require special attention, according to the season.

Baby in summer

Your baby’s body will soon get to adjust to the environment, but you also have to ensure his or her safety and comfort during the summer season. You see, summer activities would require being outside most of the time and that could trigger some health problems concerning your baby. Heat rash, getting sunburned, dehydration, heat stroke and insect bites are the common issues that we should handle to get the most of summer heat.

So what’s a parent can do to prevent this summer-related problems?

Baby’s Summer Precautions

Is your baby spending most of her summer at home or outdoors? Regardless if you go on a vacation in the  Maldives or just having a “staycation” at home, there are some things that you should do so the baby will feel comfortable and happy.Continue reading

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