inding and employing the right nanny for your baby is a complicated process, which requires a lot of time and research.
All mother’s who have a nanny are always concerned that their nanny and baby have an excellent relationship. There are signs and clues to knowing the quality of your baby’s relationship with her nanny.
My answer to this question is not going to make a lot of parents happy but my answer is no. Babies under two-years-old should not watch TV or go to see a movie. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends NOT putting babies under two-years-old in front of television or movies.
Many newborn and young infants love being swaddled because it makes them feel safe and secure. However, by the time infants are three or four months, they should not be swaddled as they need to be able to move around freely – especially while they are sleeping or napping.
It is common for babies, especially when they are first born, to have an “acne type” rash over their faces. Baby acne usually is on the cheeks, forehead and chin.
Babies cry for many reasons and this can be frustrating for parents. I know when my baby was having colic during the night, she would cry for what seemed like hours, and I would feel so helpless despite all my pediatric knowledge about managing colic.
The newborn visit is an opportunity for you to ask your pediatrician questions and discuss any concerns you may have. During the visit your baby will be measured and weighed and have a physical examination.
There are certain basic immunizations that all children receive but each state has its own requirements, which may vary state to state. The following is the recommended immunization schedule for children in the United States: