Newborn babies learn by hearing sounds at different pitch and tones. Try to sing some songs or rhymes with your little one each day. You may even like to make it part of a bedtime routine. Your baby will come to love this special time with you and enjoy the anticipation and predictability that comes along after lots of repetition of your family favourites.
I discovered the concept of the Baby Shower when I was pregnant with my first child (we don't have baby showers in France!)... and I loved it! Fully embracing the concept, I have thrown great Baby Showers which I still remember fondly. Read on for a few tips from my experience.
We receive messages every day from happy parents whose babies love their Cocoonababy® Nest. So much so, that some parents worry when the time gets near, about how to safely transition baby onto a flat mattress of a cot or bassinet (and still keep them happy and sleeping well!). Rest assured, in our experience, it isn't generally hard for babies to transition from the Cocoonababy® Nest.
Swaddling or wrapping babies, when used appropriately, is a useful strategy that parents can use to help their babies to settle and sleep on their back during the early months of life. However, despite swaddling being widely used by Australian parents, there are some recommendations that need to be followed to ensure infants are wrapped safely.