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Health & Daily Care
Is that rash normal? How many dirty diapers should your baby have every day? Is he gaining enough weight? Our experts answer all your burning questions on newborn health and care.
When birth plans turn upside down, feelings of disappointment can emerge. For many women, these emotions linger and impact their experience of early motherhood.
Welcoming a newborn into your life can be daunting. Our team of mamas has put together a ultimate guide to baby care to help you ease into those first few weeks of life with a little one.
Is your little one suffering from diaper rash? Here are seven diaper rash cures that are non-toxic and effective.
Baby’s first bath can be overwhelming for parents, but it doesn’t have to be. Read our dos and don’ts for baby’s first bath and learn everything you need to make this bonding moment extra safe, soothing and special.
Why does your baby keep getting colds? Is he getting enough milk? When can you start sleep training? Two doctors weigh in on all your burning questions…
From acne to green poop, babies are full of surprises! We have the answers to all your newborn health questions…
The Tot Founder, Nasiba Adilova, recently welcomed Baby #3 into the world. After the whirlwind that is the first few weeks of life with a newborn, she has come up for air to share her absolute must-haves during the first few months. From a breast pump that helped her battle mastitis to her favorite organic cloth diapers that are gentle on a baby’s skin as well as the environment, here are Nasiba’s newborn essentials.
A swaddle immersion bath can reduce stress in newborns and help them maintain a more stable body temperature compared to a traditional sponge bath. Find out more about it…
When winter approaches, you’ll definitely want to stock up on nasal spray and Kleenex! While you won’t be able to avoid your baby’s first cold, here’s what you can do to soothe your sick sweetheart.