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Tips to keep your baby happy and healthy

Being a parent is exhilarating, and holding your little one for the first time might overwhelm you with love and affection. As a new parent, you want nothing but the best for your little one. From ensuring they get enough sleep to providing proper nutrition, taking care of a baby can be a challenging but rewarding experience. Many new parents are inquisitive about the best practices for caring for their newborns. One important aspect of baby care is maintaining good hygiene. However, with so much advice and information available, it can be overwhelming to know what’s best for your child


Common mistakes, parenting solutions to care for your newborn

Putting your best foot forward and wanting to do the best of everything for your little pumpkin will be your top priority as you settle into your new daily routine as a new parent, especially because a parent’s bond with their child is one of protection.

Sleep Tips

When you bring your brand new baby home, no one tells you that “sleep like a baby” may not happen, or that if it does, it may only last a short time. This article will give you  great tips to help your newborn sleep better.

Before I get to the tips to help your newborn sleep, I thought I should note that it can be dangerous for a new newborn baby to sleep all night. They really do need to eat at least every 3 hours in those early days so they can grow well and thrive.

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Look after your mental health

Finally, look after your mental health as a parent or caregiver. As well as being good for you, parent-self-care is good for children. The more positive you feel, the better you will be able to parent and listen to your children. So do prioritize yourself and reach out for support when you need it.


Even prior to Covid -19, mental health problems such as anxiety and depression for children and young people were on the rise (1). Since COVID-19, this rise has dramatically increased. A large global meta-study found that rates of childhood depression and anxiety had doubled in 2021 (2). This has increased the burden on children and families, and services have been stretched to breaking point. In 2021, the Health Service in Ireland experienced a surge of over 30% in the number of young people seeking treatment and being hospitalized for eating disorders in 2021 (3). Unfortunately, there seems to be no let-up in the mental health challenges post-COVID. Two years of lockdowns, school closures, and lost social opportunities continue to take their toll.

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Strategies for keeping your newborn healthy

These strategies to keep your newborn baby healthy likely include some tips you already may have already known but read all the way through to ensure you don’t miss any potential new ones that you may not have heard of before.

“Studies show a high incidence of early preeclampsia or hypertensive disorders,” Ginsburg says. “In some cases, the pregnant person’s kidneys stop working well, or their liver function can become abnormal. Sometimes a baby has to be delivered very prematurely in order to save the mother’s life. That’s what we really worry about.”


This refers to two areas: vaccinations for your child, and vaccinations for the people around them.

Newborns will only receive their Hepatitis B vaccination at birth, and then the rest at later intervals for their first 4 years.

Because of this, it’s a good idea to ensure all adults – including caretakers, family, and friends – and every child over six months of age are up to date with their vaccination schedule, as recommended by your doctor.

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When you bring your brand new baby home, no one tells you that “sleep like a baby” may not happen, or that if it does, it may only last a short time. This article will give you  great tips to help your newborn sleep better.

Guide older children to have healthy hygiene practices

Teach your older kids and any visiting children appropriate hygiene practices for the new child. Hand washing before holding the baby, covering coughs and sneezes, and discarding the tissue after blowing one’s nose is all basic hygiene practices to reinforce with the bigger kids.