Is your precious baby rolling over already? Before you know it, she’ll be scooting herself around, pulling herself up on the furniture and then walking around the house. Here’s a baby proofing checklist from Baby Care Journals to make sure there are no hidden dangers.
Knowing whether you will be having a baby girl or a baby boy is really exciting. The following infographic from The PregnancyZone explores some old wife beliefs in this regards. Of course there is also those of the opinion that one should not try to predetermine the gender of the baby as it will let you enjoy the suspense and your labor also becomes easier and exciting.
Did you know that Americans use 27.4 billion disposable diapers every year? Check out the infographic below presented by InsuranceQuotes to learn more interesting facts about pregnancy in the United States.
Ever noticed how whenever you’re shopping for a friend or a relative’s newborn baby, you always keep the parent’s lifestyle in mind? That’s because we know how vital they are to their children’s lives and we want to help them as best as we can during this stage of their family’s life. Whether you know people who are new to the parenting world or couples who are already experienced in raising a bunch of kids, this infographic can definitely help you find the perfect presents to give to their young ones.
In the following infographic by Well Rounded Baby, discover the reasons you should consider cloth diapers as an option for your child and your family.
Baby milestones are important to each parent and this infographic from the team at CouponAudit guides new parents with how to deal with their baby’s development and handling expenses which are considered very high on the first year of their lives. It also illustrates how 1-24 months baby evolve in such wonderful milestones that the majority are on the right track.
The concept of this infographic, designed by Beckon Media Inc. in partnership with Family Cord, is based around your baby’s first 24 months of life, and all the amazing accomplishments your baby will make.
The number of babies prescribed acid suppression drugs such as H2 blockers and PPIs grew 8-fold during 2002 to 2009, but fewer than 10% received any diagnostic testing for GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease). Some pediatricians are growing concerned that the “epidemic” of infant GERDcases is actually due to over-diagnosis, especially since clinical trials show acid blockers work no better than a placebo and can actually lead to short term and long term side effects. The FDA has not approved PPIs for treatment of GERD in children younger than one year. Learn more in the following infographic from Colic Calm.
In the light of the prevalent economic crisis, the cost of having children may seem overwhelming to many people. But what about the 9 month of journey leading to birth? EasyFinance shares some thoughts on what the cost of being pregnant really entails.
Are you pregnant? Sure, you can use a pregnancy test to know for sure. However, instead, you can go over the signs and symptoms as depicted in this infographic, published by PregnancySymptoms.net, to find out if you need a pregnancy test at all.
Marketers makes billions betting each year on the anxieties of American parents and their willingness to overspend on their babies. The official Big Baby line: when it comes to the $800 strollers and Mommy and Me Yoga, families concerned with the best in health and safety will spend to catch up.
It’s common knowledge that the act of sexual intercourse between a man and a woman can result in pregnancy. But what happens from the time of conception to the actual birth? This infographic from Intoloop explains the process on a week by week basis.
You may not be sure what kind of toys a baby should have and it’s very likely that you heard conflicting advice that runs from one extreme to another. This infographic from Baby Shower Host provides ideas for some creative gifts that you can pass to a baby of different ages – from a newborn baby to 3 months, 6 months and even when the baby reaches one year old.
Babies: when it comes to these little ones, there is so much to learn. For example, at what age do they start eating solid food? How much will baby-related products cost? This infographic from CheapSally.com is packed with useful information such as when parents can expect their baby to say “mama” or “dada, ”how much they’ll spend on babysitters and so much more.