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Starting a new family can be a wonderful yet stressful experience. Newborns, and even older babies, can seem mysterious and taking care of them may be a little scary. Fortunately, babies are born with the skills and desire to tell parents what they need. In this blog, experienced moms (who happen to be experts) will help parents understand why babies behave the way they do and share tips to help parents cope with the ups and downs of this new and exciting time of life.
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
We're 8 months old today!
Our first post was 8 months ago and since then we've had over 10,000 readers! We've come a long way since that first post! In the 75 posts we've done so far, we've written about infant cues, sleep, and crying, maternity leave, going back to work, and premature labor, just to name a few! Recently, we've been receiving and answering wonderful questions from our readers, so keep them coming!
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My daughter is 5.5 months and I have been breastfeeding her since birth. I noticed last week that some of my teeth look like they are deteriorating a bit. I know it sounds kind of simple, but could this be from breastfeeding? If so, what can I do about it? I know this isnt a baby question but I wondered how many other moms were experiencing this!ReplyDelete
Thanks! I love reading this blog!!
Do you have any tips for nap time? My baby is a very good sleeper at night, but needs a little help falling asleep for naps.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the question. I know that there can be some dental issues associated with pregnancy, but we aren't familiar with an association between breastfeeding and deterioration. Since we aren't qualified to answer this question, it is probably best if you see a dentist as soon as possible.ReplyDelete
Congratulations! Love this blog. :)ReplyDelete