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Early Bedtime Means Better Sleep for Your Baby

YourBabyLibrary-Early Bedtime Means Better Sleep for Your Baby

You may be thinking that this just can’t be right. Putting your baby to bed at an earlier time is going to get her to have a better sleep? Yes, it true. Earlier bedtimes are better for your baby than later bedtimes. Many parents think that keeping their baby up to get her tired out means that she’s going to ... Read More »

Diaper Bag Essentials

YourBabyLibrary-Diaper Bag Essentials

When it comes to you and your baby going out, nothing can be more important than a well-stocked diaper bag. After deciding on the right type of bag your next decision is going to be what needs to go inside so that you’re prepared for anything. In many ways this will depend on your own personal preferences however, there are ... Read More »

Delaying Solid Foods

YourBabyLibrary-Delaying Solid Foods

Many new parents are pressured by friends and family to start their babies on solid foods as soon as possible. Many grandparents remember starting their own babies on cereal around two months of age and assume that this is still the norm.  However, despite most health organization recommendations to delay solids until six months, many parents are still starting their ... Read More »

Dealing with Teething

YourBabyLibrary-Dealing with Teething

Babies and Teething Pain Nothing can make you feel more helpless than when your baby is in pain and discomfort from teething. Even though you know that teething is part your baby’s normal development you’re still never quite prepared for how uncomfortable and painful it can be for your little one. Some babies will have a harder time cutting teeth ... Read More »

Crying It Out


Crying It Out: Will Holding Your Baby Too Much Spoil Him? If you have a baby you’ve probably heard of something known as “crying it out”.  Crying it out, or CIO refers to leaving your baby to cry until they fall asleep without any help at all from you.  This is a form of sleep training and is a way of ... Read More »

Creating a Routine for Your Baby

YourBabyLibrary-Creating a Routine for Your Baby

Many new parents feel like their life is completely disorganized and out of control. Flying by the seat of your pants is completely normal with a newborn, but after the first few weeks of muddling along, a routine can be your saving grace. A routine helps your baby learn what to expect and when to expect it, making transitions easier ... Read More »