Top 13 Incredibly Helpful Charts For Every New Parent

If you're a new mommy, you can also check these charts as they will be useful to you.




1. How To Deal With a Crying Baby

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Crying is the main and only way a child can let the parents know when they need help. Although it becomes difficult for parents to understand why the baby is crying and even more difficult for new parents but that is the fun of parenting. You learn through experiences and become much wiser as the child grows.

2. Baby Bathing Safety Guide

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An important thing to know is that your baby doesn’t need a bath on a daily basis. Baby skin is extremely sensitive and too many baths can actually be harmful to your baby’s skin and dry it out.

Learn more here.


3. Baby Sleep Guidelines

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Understanding how variable baby's sleep patterns are from baby to baby and from week to week according to individual feeding, growth and developmental stages, can relieve parents' concerns, and free them to 'go with the flow' of their baby's individual needs.

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4. Breastfeeding Guide

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5. Keeping Track of Baby Habits In The First Year

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In the first year of a baby’s life, a baby grows from an infant into a full-size toddler with a mind of its own! While every child will grow at a different pace, there are so many stages and changes you can expect from month to month.

6. The Color of Baby Poop and What It Means

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As a new parent, you expect to change hundreds – if not thousands – of poopy diapers. Yet the broad range of colors and textures you’ll encounter are at times concerning or downright shocking.


7. Five Ways You Could Save a Baby's Life

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The important life-saving information you need to know in terrifying moments where you see a child choking on a piece of food, or having a seizure, or when they just stop breathing.

8. Allowed Foods For Baby

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Once a new food is introduced to the baby, you should continue feeding your little ones that food ONLY for a minimum of four days – this way, if your child does have an allergic reaction, you will know exactly what triggered it.

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9. When do babies start teething?

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From birth, the baby already has all of his teeth hanging out underneath the gums, just waiting to emerge. The time that they choose to come through varies from baby to baby, but teeth almost always follow a pattern of which tooth comes first, next, and so on.

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10. Infant Car Seat Safety

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11. Tips To Help Your Baby Sleep Through The Night

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12. How Long Can You Keep Breast Milk?

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A new research has finally come up with a definitive answer for how long you can keep frozen milk: It maintains its nutrients for up to nine months, assuming you freeze it right away.

Learn more here.

13. Baby Physical & Mental Development

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It’s amazing how quickly babies grow from tiny little newborns who are barely able to keep their eyes open to giggling bundles of joy that want to crawl all over your house! Watch all the changes your baby goes through from 0-12 months old with this baby development infographic.


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