Two things. 1 - This cool mist humidifier (top left, purple and white) is one of the best purchases I have made so far, since having the little one. I'm not big on meds for the baby and THIS has proven very effective when she fights through colds and nasal congestion. And it also works… Continue reading Sleeptime Tips; Humidifier & Cot Height
Like I posted a 3 month-old baby schedule a while ago, I thought I'd share my 6 month-old schedule with all you mommas and dads in hopes that it will help you have an idea or what to look forward to or have a very tough guide that you could follow. But keep in mind… Continue reading 6 month-old Breastfed Baby Schedule (guide)
The past week and a half was tough. It was a trying time as we hit a growth spurt and wonder week simultaneously at 12 weeks. I had a baby who was fussy, clingy, cranky and restless. Her sleep routine went for a six. She started waking up in the middle of the night for… Continue reading Growth Spurt or Wonder Week or Both?
A new introduction to our sleep routine now is reading a little baby book just before bedtime, soon after our night sponge. I introduced her to colourful board books with 5-8 pages at most and she loves them! Some of it is interactive like this lift-the-flap ‘Under the Sea’ book. She also likes this other… Continue reading Bedtime Reading
This audio-clip on YouTube has been an absolute life saver! It was at 2-3 weeks when her crying bouts first began. My little one was an angel who slept through most of the night in her first weeks. That all changed soon. It was then that I started reading up on white noise and how… Continue reading White Noise
Remember I talked about how I co-slept when my 3 week old was taken ill? At 6 weeks, I thought it's time she started sleeping in her cot again (it was during our co-sleeping days that she began to sleep 4-5 hours straight, at night, and formed a proper sleep-schedule at night ). Although it… Continue reading Co-sleeping Continues (but, we both compromised)
CONFESSION: although I posted about the safest sleeping conditions for your baby being in a cot, alone, with a fitted sheet, with no pillows or toys (and even though I practiced this for a month myself), I have to say that things have changed. In my previous post I spoke about my little one being… Continue reading We Co-slept!
I wish someone had warned me about this minor detail before I purchased footed pyjamas for my little one. They grow up so fast, so it is always wise (when purchasing baby clothes in general) to get one size bigger than what would actually fit him/her. Not too big, just one size bigger, so that… Continue reading FOOTED PYJAMAS
I wanted to do a review of disposable diapers against the reusable cloth nappies once I started using them; and here it is. I started baby on Huggies Snug and Dry diapers in the nights, starting two weeks ago (as soon as Ahalya hit three weeks). The good news is that because it keeps the… Continue reading DISPOSABLE DIAPERS
To reduce the risk of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome), it is recommended that you let your baby sleep on a firm, flat mattress with no pillows or soft toys and nothing but a fitted cot sheet. I put a baby Macintosh over the sheet and tuck in a large muslin square over it so… Continue reading PREVENTING SIDS