Did you know that newborns might need 10 diaper changes a day? You'll get a lot of practice! When you change your baby, you'll want to gently clean the cord area, too. Learn more about diapering and cord care. Read Newborn Diapering and Cord Care
Your newborn has finally arrived! The umbilical cord that provided nourishment in the womb will soon fall off. Wondering how to help your baby's cord area heal safely? Learn all about cord care here. Read Cord Care: The Ins and Outs of Belly Buttons
Changing your baby's diaper is as much a part of parenting as feeding. In no time at all ('cause you'll get plenty of practice), you'll be a pro. Check out these helpful diaper-changing tips. Read Diaper Change: Tips for Diapering Your Baby
Your newborn has arrived (or soon will), and you're eager to make sure you have the right products and gear. Check out four basic baby care items to have on hand for the first month of your baby's life. Read Baby Care Basics: Birth to 1 Month
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Diaper changing is a big part of your life right now — most moms with young infants say they change more than six diapers a day. Check out some tips and tricks from real moms that help make changing time a breeze! Read Baby Care Basics: 2 to 3 Months
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With a little tender loving care, your baby's umbilical cord area will heal and you'll see the world’s cutest belly button! Learn the ins and outs of baby skin care for your infant’s umbilical stump. Read Caring for Your New Baby's Belly Button
There are lots of people available to help you raise a happy and healthy child. One of the most important is your pediatrician. A great time to start looking for a pediatrician is while you're pregnant. Find out more. Read Choosing a Pediatrician
What are "kiss bumps"? My 6-week-old baby recently developed a rash on her cheeks and ears. The rash is raised and dry and looks like pinkish pimples on the cheeks and flesh-toned ones on the earlobes. It doesn ¿t appear to irritate her. Several people at my church said that the rash comes from my husband and me kissing her. We ¿ve applied Westcort cream to the areas once a day and bumps are drying up. Is this appropriate? Read My infant has a pimple-like rash -- what could it be?
It's time for your baby's 1-month checkup. At this appointment, your provider will check your baby's growth and ask about how your baby is eating and sleeping. Find out more about the 1-month visit. Read Well Baby Visit: 1 Month
Ready to give your little one a bath? You may need to do this only two or three times a week, as newborns don't get very dirty. A quick sponge bath is the way to go if your baby's umbilical cord is still attached. Get more information. Read Tub Time
Your baby's caregivers want to do everything right for your little one, including skin care. It's helpful to ask them to pay special attention to your baby's skin, and to pack extra diapers and spare changes of clothing. Get more good ideas. Read Day Care and Your Baby's Skin
Uh-oh! Your baby's bottom has those telltale signs: It's red and inflamed, with swollen bumps. Read more to get some advice on treating your baby's diaper rash and how to prevent it from reoccurring. Find out what to do about diaper rash. Read Diaper Rash: A Pain in the Rear
We're all looking for ways to make our baby's diaper rash disappear for good (or not appear in the first place). Changing diapers frequently is one good tactic. Another is using a thick ointment to protect the skin. Find out more. Read Disappearing Diaper Rash
Those first baths can be a little daunting. And no wonder: Cleaning a slippery, squirming infant can be tricky when you haven't had much practice. But don't worry; bathing gets easier every time. Get some great tips for bathing your baby. Read Baby Bath: Tips for Bathing Your Baby