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Tips In Baby Care You Still Don’t Know It doesn’t matter if you’re a first-time mother, someone who already has a couple of kids, or anyone who’s about to get the responsibility of taking care of a baby, the fact remains that you never can call yourself an expert in baby care. It is one very challenging task that needs not just time and tons of effort, but also commitment and dedication. Now for you to be able to call yourself an expert someday, you must learn how to humble yourself and accept that you need some advice. 1 – When a baby cries, it isn’t always about colic. Even though this is one of the things our elders always tell us, it doesn’t always mean it’s true. In fact, even the scientific community several decades back thought that if there is uncontrollable crying, it always means colic. But with advent of medical technology and innovation, experts in baby care already know that there’s another culprit of uncontrollable crying and it is called acid reflux – a condition that could be very painful for babies but is fortunately treatable.
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2 – You should avoid using baby wipes as much as possible.
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If your baby is a hundred percent breastfed, you actually don’t have to use baby wipes to protect them from their own feces and urine. And since these wipes are quite expensive if you use them constantly, this definitely is good news. 3 – Although many people don’t believe it, holding a baby actually does more good than harm. There’s no way you’d spoil or hurt your baby if you hold them as much as you want. The misconception is another product of decades of belief from our elders. 4 – You need to be wary of long-sleep leakage in babies. If you happen to take care of a baby who loves sleeping in long and hard hours, then it means you should be putting additional effort in reinforcing the diapers with maxi pads. Maxi pads are quite effective because they address the likelihood of soaking sheets and pajamas. But we can’t blame you if you aren’t comfortable with it, so your best solution is to shop for diapers that are highly absorbent and designed for nighttime use. The key is giving the baby additional protection against his or her own pee. 5 – Sterilizing can be made simpler than you think. It’s no secret that sterilizing is a time-consuming component of baby care. But then again, it is something that you cannot skip. So if you just can’t stand using the home sterilizer all the time, you can instead use your home dishwasher by tossing all the baby stuff in there, refrain from using soap, and then use a short and hot cycle. In the end, baby care does not really have to be that complicated if you only know the secrets on how to be successful in it.