Tag: 4-6 months

As your baby approaches the half-year birthday, you will start to really see his/her personality. Generally speaking, babies between 4-6 months of age love to smile, giggle, babble, find their voices, toes, and make you really stop and take notice. This is a very fun time, and also one filled with new activities. Rolling, sitting, scooting, and other early movements can really take hold. During this time, your baby will likely start to have more organized sleep, both during the day and night, and things start to become a bit more predictable. Most parents say that they really start enjoying their children, and can take a “breath” after the really challenging first few months!

3 Essential Tips for Starting Solid Foods

3 Essential Tips for Starting Solid Foods

Ok, so your little baby is between the ages of 4 and 6 months, and you’re interested in starting solid foods! Check my article on the top 10 facts about when to start solid foods. This is an exciting time in your baby’s development. Relax. Take a deep breath, and get ready for some fun! […]

Top 10 Facts About When To Start Solid Foods

Top 10 Facts About When To Start Solid Foods

Many parents wonder when to start solid foods. Here are 10 indicators that your baby is ready for their first foods: It is best to start solid foods between 4-6 months of age. Many pediatricians have personal reasons for starting at 4 months or 6 months, but anywhere in that range is fine. Solid introduction […]

Diaper Rash Treatment

Diaper Rash Treatment

So, you’ve been following our suggestions for how to prevent diaper rash, and unfortunately you’ve started to notice some redness or a rash developing on your baby’s bottom. Here are some diaper rash treatment steps to take to try to eliminate the rash quickly: What should I do (and not do!) if my baby has […]

How to Prevent Diaper Rash

How to Prevent Diaper Rash

Wondering how to prevent diaper rash? Diaper rash is a common problem that occurs in many infants. It’s defined as a rash in the diaper-area and usually presents as a red, slightly inflamed, potentially itchy area. The rash can grow quite rapidly and can be present on the penis, scrotum, or labia. Most diaper rashes […]