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18/10/2013

False myths of pregnancy (II)

Often, when a woman is pregnant of her first baby there are all sorts of false beliefs and opinions that are not entirely true. The pregnancy myths condition many women so that they do live a pregnancy more complicated than normal. Let's have a look at the most popular myths but, above all, we can always ask our obstetrician and midwife to give us the right answers about what...

20/09/2013

3 drawing and painting accesories to estimulate your child creativity

Drawing and painting are valuable tools to stimulate the creativity of children, and that's important not only to encourage their imagination, but also other important aspects such as their communication skills, their intelligence or sensitivity.

Toys, as already discussed in other articles, are an important element to teach our children valuable skills. They have ...

11/09/2013

Teethers, the best support for a correct dentition

 

Teethers are true allies for the teeth of your baby. They soothe their sore gums and also help to accelerate the growth of their first teeth, a moment that can be uncomfortable and painful as long as they do not have the accessories needed to relieve the pain.

Some teethers on Babibum:

Nuby Bitering musical: Ideal for helping baby make his first tooth and...

29/07/2013

The 3 porridge and cereal English moms prefer

Feeding a baby is always at first a source of healthy concern for moms and dads. When should I start giving him baby food or porridge? What cereals are the most appropriate? What flavors should I choose? We always end up using the advice of more experienced friends, forums, our knowledge of the brands...

When buying porridge and cereal, we recommend that you listen to your...

5/06/2013

The 10 best solid foods to start with

From 6 to 8 months old your baby can start eating pureed or creamy food to gradually start the solid diet. Between 8 and 10 months old you can begin to add small pieces of food to finish the transition to solid food 2 or 4 months later. (1 year old). But remember that you're the only one who can decide when to start that transition. Breast feeding may last longer as it provides...