The emergence of third-party marketplaces has given a lot more choice to consumers. However, that choice can comes with a price. For example, it is now possible for anybody, anywhere in the world to sell directly to the Canadian market. This means that someone across the world, who does not follow Health Canada guidelines, can sell directly to the Canadian market. Or local sellers can import inferior items from foreign sellers and manufacturers. They do not need to pass tests to ensure the safety of the product or be experienced sellers in the baby industry. With a few hours on the internet and a small investment they can have an overseas company manufacture the product they desire, usually copying reputable brands with inferior quality products.
Expressed breast milk is the best food for your baby to have when you're not there. So how do you store and use your milk safely?
If you're returning to work, heading to a gym class or simply want your partner to give a feed so you can catch up on some sleep, you can express your breast milk and store it for your baby to have when you're not around. Expressed milk keeps most of its health-giving benefits, so if you have to miss a feed, it's far better for your baby than any type of formula. But good hygiene is vital to ensure that stored milk is safe for your baby – read on to find out how to store breast milk properly.
The natural sea sponges from the Mediterranean Sea of the "Honeycomb" and "Silk fine" qualities are well known thanks to their softness and endurance, and are particularly valued for babies', children's and grown-ups' care. Precious and delicate, a real dream also for sensitive skins. Choosing a product by Spugnificio Bellini means caring both for your baby and the environment. A responsible choice through a first quality product.
I cannot tell you how many emails and phone calls we receive from parents looking for a second baby blankie, only to discover that it has been discontinued! This type of request has to be the most common request we receive through email. So i think every parent needs to listen up!
Infant loungers were generally made for what their name implied... lounging.
However, many parents use them for babies nap time or even as bedside sleepers (instead of the recommended bassinet or crib).
The terminology today is being interchanged a lot, leaving consumer confused as to what they're actually purchasing.
- Infant Loungers: Are intended for playing, lounging and supervised naps.
- Bassinets and bedside sleepers: Intended for unsupervised naps and bedtime.
THE CAUSE OF PLAGIOCEPHALY
Infants often are placed in their own beds or cribs, where they are left alone for sleep. At very young age, due to physical immaturity, an infant is unable to roll over. In addition, an infant has weak muscles supporting head position, such that a very young or premature infant may only have only limited ability to change even his or her head position. Consequently, the position in which he is placed often will remain the infant's sleeping position until someone else repositions him. From birth to about nine months of age, an infant's head position and sleeping position can be outside his own control.
Pacifiers come in a variety of shapes and sizes, some of which may be a preferred choice for your baby. This article will cover the difference between different pacifier shapes to help you better understand the features when making your purchase.
Do your kid's boot liners smell a little funky? Not to worry, it's totally normal for sweat to absorb in the liner and smell after a while.
One Piece Vs. 2 Piece
One-piece snow suits are more suitable for baby's and infants who are not as active outside. For example, if the child will mostly be held in the parent's arms or pushed in a stroller, then a one-piece snow suit is the best option. Another benefit of a one-piece snow suit is that no wind can enter from the waist, thus providing extra warmth for your child.