Your new born baby sleeps 18-22 hours in a day. The safest place for a baby, is a firm mattress designed to support the baby optimally. A soft mattress has the risk of suffocating the baby, while a hard mattress may not be suitable for best development.more..
Well- being and health- If your baby has a medical discomfort, then he/ she might incessantly cry at night. Colic babies have an underdeveloped gastrointestinal system, which causes them discomfort. Other medical reasons, such as GERD, fever, cold etc. may affect their sleep. more..
A good baby mattress should have the following qualities:
- Firm- Babies and children should sleep on firm mattresses that support their growing body optimally. Their mattress should neither be too soft nor too hard. more..
A baby’s sleep cycle is very different from adults. An adult’s sleep cycle is typically around 90-120 mins, while that of a baby is 50 mins. Within this cycle, there are stages of wakefulness, light sleep, vivid dream sleep and deep sleep that occur continuously. more..
Co-Sleeping is the practice of sleeping in close proximity to the parents, and is used in the context of infants/ young children. It refers to the idea of sleeping in the same room as parents , more..
The answer to this question can be really short and uncomplicated from a technical view point. It’s however, much more in reality than that. Keeping that in mind, I am writing this blog from experiences as a mother. more..
Rubberised coir is a very popular mattress component. Its unique property of being spring-like, natural and durable makes it an ideal choice for baby mattresses and nature lovers.more..
The most important specification that a mattress should conform to is being firm. The mattress should support for even distribution of weight. Secondly (preferably) a baby’s mattress should be breathable to avoid chances of suffocation and manifestation of infections/pests more…
Babies and toddlers are sticklers for routine, and hence having a repetitive sleep routine shall help in soothing themselves to sleep more..
More often than not, the anxiety of whether the baby is getting “enough sleep” bothers parents. The concern is very valid as lack of sleep hinders physical, behavioural and emotional development of babies and children. It has a direct impact on their health and mental development. more..
After your little bundle of joy has arrived, you’ll spend time wondering about the best place for your baby to sleep. Well, for any parent an infant’s safety is always paramount. more.
Your new role of motherhood begins when your baby is born into this world. The best gift that you can give yourself as a mother is to get a strong foothold on whatever you have to do for your baby. more
As a new parent, you might have had to wake up in the night to feed & comfort your baby. A baby’s sleep cycle varies as they sleep for almost 16 to 17 hours a day. Following a few simple rules may help you establish a healthy sleeping routine, more.
We constantly hear about the need for a good night’s sleep but is it the only thing which plays a significant role in physical & mental development? Not exactly! more
A mother is one word that encapsulates a million emotions. It is no surprise that motherhood comes with a number of challenges and there are an infinite number of questions read more.
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you’ll go” — Dr. Seuss, read more.
As mothers, we have preconceived ideas about how much our baby should be sleeping. Read more.
If you’re a parent, remember: routine and consistency are your best friends! One of the most common problems that parents to young kids encounter is undoubtedly early waking. read more.
Are your baby’s sleep habits keeping you up at night? RELAX. You’re not alone. All moms run into tricky situations with their babies, and as with any other parenting decision read more
One challenge every mom faces is to keep their little ones cozy and warm in the cold winter days. In the winter season, especially when it’s freezing outside read more
Motherhood is challenging, terrifying and exhausting – even in the best of times! And with the looming threat of the Covid-19 virus out there, read more