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With a weaning table and chair set, you can create a wonderful Montessori environment in your home. Your baby will fit perfectly in it. Introducing them to the joy of eating at the table will allow them to develop independence and a sense of self-worth as well as teach them the joy of eating. This is an alternative to a high chair, and it shows your baby he or she has a special place in your home just for them. Continue reading “When should I start weaning my baby’s table?” »

If you have a baby at home you must have noticed that right in the first months he or she starts to take everything in front of them into their mouth, including hands and feet. Welcome to the child’s oral phase, which is exactly during the first two years of life and also coincides with the birth of the first teeth. And it is exactly in this period that a simple object begins to have fundamental importance for your child’s oral health: the teething toy. Continue reading “What is the importance of the teether for the baby’s oral health?” »

If you are a mother or father of a newborn, you probably know very well that almost desperate moment at the end of the day when the baby starts crying non-stop… Yes, it is quite common for very young babies to cry a lot, after all, this is their way of communicating. However, there is a specific period when things seem to become even more complicated. From around 4 pm to 8 pm, the famous witching hour (arsenic hour) takes place. Continue reading “How do I calm my baby during witching hour?” »

If you’ve recently received a newborn in the family, you must be full of questions. That’s totally normal! As many questions as you may have, we can bet that 50% of them will have to do with your baby’s hygiene. Especially when you’re ready to give them their first bath, with all of their new towels, toys and picture-perfect moments. But, how often should you wash some of these elements? Especially towels. Let’s take a look at this interesting guide. Continue reading “How often should you wash your baby’s towels?” »

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