Here’s why you should think twiceIn the first few months of life, your baby’s diet consists entirely of breast milk or formula. But is this enough to parch his thirst? When can babies have water? We’ve answered your most pressing questions. When Can Babies Have Water? It's best not to give your baby water before … Continue reading When Can My Baby Start Drinking Water? | Parents
As exciting as it is to welcome a new addition to your family, it's also majorly taxing on your physical health, your mental health, and — of course — your finances. Money may not be the first consideration for those thinking about welcoming a child into their lives, but we probably don't have to tell … Continue reading We Calculated How Much a Baby Costs Per Month, and, Oh Baby, Is It a Lot. Corinne Sullivan
Giving birth to and raising a tiny human is tough. And it's challenging for your relationship, as well. Now, a survey by ChannelMum.com and The Baby Show, conducted by OnePoll, has found that the first year of parenthood can lead to up to seven arguments a day—or over 2,500 arguments in the first year of … Continue reading The First Year of Raising a Baby Can Lead to More Than 2,500 Arguments, Says New Survey | Parents
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This is a sign of an underlying problem rather than an illness on its own. "The body raises its temperature because the enzymes that fight infection work better at higher temperatures," Dr. Horowitz says. A fever can be related to an ear infection, a cold, the flu, or it can be a reaction to a vaccine. Feverish kids are lethargic and irritable. How to treat: Some parents have "fever