Symptoms of RSV in Babies

Symptoms of RSV in Babies

Respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, is a very common illness. Almost every baby will get it by age 2. 70 percent of babies get it during their 1st year. It seems like a cold and is usually not serious, but unfortunately, it is sometimes serious. Read this post to...
Is There a Cure for Colic?

Is There a Cure for Colic?

For new parents, hearing the term “colic” can bring about feelings of anxiety and dread. Don’t worry! Remember that all newborns cry, and this is how they communicate their needs and wants. Crying doesn’t automatically mean your baby has colic. A baby’s cry can mean...
Can Newborns Sleep Too Much?

Can Newborns Sleep Too Much?

While many parents worry that their newborns are not getting enough sleep, others may feel that their newborn sleeps too much. Finding the right balance for how much sleep a newborn can get is an important thing to help them get the care and attention they need. How...
Helping Your Child Welcome A New Sibling

Helping Your Child Welcome A New Sibling

Welcoming a new sibling to your home can sometimes be very hard on your child or children already in the home. No matter how proud you are of that child and how loved they are, it’s safe to say there will be an adjustment period when a new sibling comes into play. ...
Newborn’s Sleeping Patterns

Newborn’s Sleeping Patterns

Babies love to sleep! This is a good thing because plenty of rest is essential for a new baby to thrive. In fact, when an infant or child is sleeping their body goes through the most changes.  The average sleep time per day for infants is between 14 and 17 hours,...