Baby Care

Study how to be good parents and care about your baby properly. Information about newborn physical and intellectual development during the first year.

The first time you hold your baby in your arms change your life, it will never be the same again. Another human being depends on you for survival now. More than anything else, you want to be the best parent possible.

Knowing a lot about babies isn't enough to be good parents. Every day you will study to know, understand and love your baby. But your little one will work as hard as you. He or she is discovering this strange world, learning to know, understand, and love you too. This is the process of attachment-the work that parents and babies do together to form a deep and lasting love. It is what becoming a family is all about.

Learn how to care about your baby soon after delivery, what problems may arise and how to solve them. Investigate peculiarities of all newborn systems.

The First Year of Your Baby’s Life
Here you will learn about every month of a baby’s life until he or she is one year old. His physical development, achievements and some problems, which arise at some definite periods and the ways of their solution, are described below.

Baby Crying
Familiarize yourself with the most common reasons for baby crying. Get to know what crying means and what you should do to soothe your child as soon as possible.
Baby Nursery
Find out how to furnish baby nursery according to increasing demands and needs of babies. Educate yourself about the main features of baby bedding, bed, furniture and nursery themes.
Bathing Your Baby
Consider some practical and valuable advices as for bathing babies. Learn more what you should and what you shouldn’t do to make the process of bathing safe and pleasant.
Buying Baby Clothes
Here you will find the information about baby clothes. Read about basic conditions you should keep in mind when buying safe and comfortable clothes for babies.
Discovering the World
Get to know how your baby gets acquainted with this world, when and how his or her senses develop.