Baby Care

Goat’s Milk for Baby

Goat’s milk for the baby is an alternative when the mother can not breastfeed and in some cases when the baby is allergic to cow’s milk. This is because goat’s milk does not have the alpha S1 casein protein, which is primarily responsible for the development of cow’s milk allergy. Goat’s milk is similar to cow’s milk and has lactose, but ... Read More »

How to know if your baby is allergic to milk

To identify if the baby is allergic to cow’s milk protein, one should observe the appearance of symptoms after taking milk, which are usually redness and itching of the skin, strong vomiting and diarrhea.- allergic to milk Although it may also occur in adults, milk allergy usually starts during childhood but tends to disappear after 4 years of age.When the ... Read More »

How to choose the best milk for newborn (for it to grow healthy)

The first choice in feeding the baby in the first months of life should always be breast milk, but this is not always possible and it may be necessary to use infant formula as alternatives to breast milk, which have a very similar nutritional composition, adequate for each stage of the baby’s growth. In addition to these formulas, children’s milk ... Read More »

Can the baby have allergy to breast milk?

The baby may have symptoms of breast milk allergy, and this happens when the cow’s milk protein that the mother consumes in feeding is passed on to the child. However, breastmilk itself is ideally produced for the baby, with the nutrients and antibodies needed to improve immunity, and does not usually cause allergy when the mother does not consume cow’s ... Read More »

Signs and Symptoms of Food Allergy in Baby

Signs and Symptoms-The most common signs and that can occur due to allergy to a food are: Reddish, swollen, scattered patches on the body; Generalized itching; Vomiting and diarrhea; Gases and colic; Swelling of the tongue, lips and face; Coughing and wheezing; Difficulty breathing; Running nose. In addition to these symptoms, in more severe cases there may be loss of ... Read More »

Reflux in baby: symptoms and treatment

Reflux in infants can occur due to immaturity of the upper gastrointestinal tract or when the infant has some difficulty in digestion, intolerance or allergy to milk or some other food in his or her diet.-Reflux in baby Reflux in a newborn baby should not be considered a worrying situation when the amount is small and happens only after the ... Read More »

When baby teeth are born

Tooths usually begin when the baby stops sucking exclusively, around 6 months, and is an important developmental milestone. The baby’s first tooth can be born between 6 and 9 months of life, however, some babies can reach 1 year and still have no dentin.-baby teeth The baby’s first full dentition has 20 teeth, 10 on top and 10 on bottom, and ... Read More »

When to Start Brushing Baby’s Teeth

The baby’s teeth begin to be born, more or less, from 6 months of age, however, it is important to start taking care of the baby’s mouth soon after birth to avoid baby bottle caries, which is more frequent when baby drinks milk at night and then goes to sleep without washing his mouth, or when parents sweeten the baby’s ... Read More »

How To Relieve The Pain Of Birth Of Baby’s Teeth

It is normal for the baby to feel uncomfortable and angry and moody when the teeth begin to be born, which usually happens from the sixth month of life.-Baby’s Teeth To relieve the pain of birth of baby teeth, parents can perform massages, give toys icy to the baby or even use anesthetic ointments appropriate for the baby, however should ... Read More »

How to Help Your Baby Crawl Faster


The baby usually begins to crawl between 6 and 10 months, because at this stage he can lie on his stomach with his head upright and already has enough strength in his shoulders and arms, and also in the back and the trunk to get crawling.-Baby Crawl Faster So if your baby already has an interest in crawling and can ... Read More »