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Infant Nasal Congestion - Common Causes of Your Baby's Nasal Congestion

An infant who is having trouble breathing because of nasal congestion is tough to watch. Too young to understand how to clear the nose by blowing, and unable to tell you just how he's feeling, it's a frustrating time for many new parents. Here are several common causes of infant nasal congestion, suggestions for dealing with them, and a solution that can help reduce the frequency of congestion. The common cold is well named because it does occur so frequently. One of the best ways to help your infant avoi...

 


Better Baby Health - Five Ways to Insure a Healthy Baby

Raising a healthy baby has always been a big responsibility, and probably even more so today with the wealth of information available to us. It is sometimes difficult to know what choices will ultimately mean better health for your baby. By focusing on 5 major categories, your choices will become clearer thus easier to make.Food--Select foods that are organic, not to be confused with the term natural. The label of natural means different things to different companies, and is nebulous in terms of genetic eng...

 


Child Bowel Obstruction Remedies

Baby constipation is a really typical cause of concern for parents. Young children will often have a lot of variations in the regularity, appearance or consistency of their movements. It can be really easy to understand if you're concerned about this, especially if you are a first time parent.Breast fed babies poop less often as the majority of the breast milk they drink will get absorbed and digested by the body. Some of them encounter hard stools the very first time when shifting over from breast milk to ...

 


The Different Features Available In Digital Video Baby Monitors

While baby monitors have been giving parents piece of mind with the ability to hear their baby without seeing them from various locations in the home, advancements in electronic technology have now made it possible to not only hear, but also see your baby when you are not in the room with digital video baby monitors. These monitors give parents the benefit of not only listening for the sounds of their baby stirring, but also the ability to view them and ensure that they are resting safely. If you are intere...

 


Daddy's Guide to Holding His Newborn Baby

Babies are so adorable and sweet and yet so fragile. New daddies should take extra care in holding and cuddling these little ones. Reading books like a daddy guide to holding a newborn baby can help new fathers be comfortable with new babies. That would mean if the father is in bed or in a chair or a nursing rocker, he should always keep in mind that the head needs support. Hold your baby upright against your chest facing outwards. Wrap your arms around the child and gently kiss the baby and smell that fres...

 


Ways to Boost Your Child's Immune System

Children are different from adults in many ways. One of these is that they have not yet developed their immune system and this is the reason why they are given essential vaccines at an early age. It is also a known fact that young children are especially vulnerable to sickness during the cold weather and flu seasons. We all know that our children come down with the common cold from time to time, but the truth is that this really does not have to happen because there are a lot of ways that we can prevent it....

 


Military Scrapbooking Ideas For Armed Forces Personnel And Their Families

Being in the military is a lifestyle all its own. You might be a service personnel or the parent, spouse or child of someone in the armed forces. The military life touches everyone who loves someone serving in any one of the service branches whether it is the Marines, Navy, Army, Air Force, or National Guard. Military scrapbooking ideas all start with how the military life affects you. Scrapbooking Ideas for Military Personnel As a member of the armed forces, you will want to preserve and document your mi...

 


A military book for your kid

Military life for most parents and their kids is a nightmare. It is impossible for any military family to stay put in one region for long. There's generally the chance that those parents working within the military need to change stations, which in most instances means moving to a distinctive barracks. The worst case scenario is when the parent is deployed to a various country. Such deployments commonly last for much more than a year and it means leaving your family behind. Those affected most are usually t...

 


D-Day's 70th Anniversary

"People of Western Europe, the hour of your liberation is approaching. All patriots, men and women, young and old, have a part to play in the achievement of final victory. This landing is but the opening phase of the campaign of Western Europe. Great battles lie ahead. I call upon all who love freedom to stand with us now."According to the History Channel, this was the recording broadcasted by Dwight D. Eisenhower on June 6, 1944, also known as "D-Day". On this day in American history, both British and Amer...

 


Camouflage Bedding Sets - How To Bring The Outdoors In On A Budget

If you're an avid hunter, camper, hiker or outdoorsman, bring your love of nature indoors with camouflage bedding sets. Camouflage bedding comes in a wide variety of colors and patterns to reflect your personal style and decor. Guys will appreciate the sporty appeal of traditional camouflage colors while the ladies and girls in the family will delight in pink, teal and black and white themes.Bring Nature IndoorsCamouflage bed sets are a perfect way to surround oneself in the best parts of nature without the...

 


Family Dynamics Change with PTSD

About one in five families of veterans will never be the same once a soldier returns from combat. That is because the U.S. Department of Veterans' Affairs finds that one in five combat veterans develop a mental illness known as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD. PTSD can be developed after an individual either witnesses or experiences or witnesses a traumatic event, and that trauma affects them on a deep emotional level. It is not particularly known as to why only one out of five combat veterans who e...

 


An Overview Of Parenting Books

The best parenting books are the ones that are written by those with a story to tell about their own experiences. It can be difficult to want to even look at a parenting book featuring authorship by a person that is not even a parent, as his or her advice is typically coming from a place of general ignorance. As parents, it is common to wonder how a person with no child-raising experience is at all qualified to write parenting books. Instead, most parents want a book written by someone with knowledge of par...

 




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