Childbirth is a time-stopping, momentous journey with no one experience the same. Each baby's story is unique and beautiful. The SleepOvation Baby team has written and curated an extensive library of articles that can help and guide you on this very exciting journey. You can rest easy knowing that your baby's health and safety is our priority!
10 Safe Sleep Tips to Reduce the Risk of SIDS
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is the sudden, unexplained death of an apparently, healthy child of age less than 12 months. Mostly, it occurs during sleep. The parents, who know about it, are always concerned about the safe sleep of their baby.
Babies grow very fast, and life changes so quickly, all we have to do is accept the changes and move on. Do you have outdated toys, decorations, clothes, and other stuff in your baby's nursery that you have not taken care of?
Among the most fundamental issues that all moms encounter is keeping their babies warm and comfortable during the cold winter nights. In the winter, mainly when it gets chilly outside, it's troublesome for babies to control their body temperature, making them more susceptible to cough, cold, and flu.
New Parent Checklist: How to Baby-Proof Before Baby Comes Home
Newborns are tiny and fragile little humans; they require our care for everything from feeding to sleeping. While we prepare to welcome our baby, we often forget how quickly newborns develop. One day your little one cannot hold its head up, and the next one, you find your child opening drawers and crawling around the house.
Who knew the topic of sleeping could produce so much anxiety? Before becoming a parent, you probably gave little thought to the subject of sleep, but once your baby was born, that certainly changed. From how little sleep you’re getting as a parent to how safe your baby is while sleeping and everything in between, sleeping concerns are dominating your thoughts these days.
Sadly, swaddling your baby can appear to be fine art. Wrap this, fold that. It can be perplexing, especially if you're up at 2 a.m. for a feeding. But at the same time, it also seems like a miracle cure for a fussy baby. Learning and practicing the art of wrapping up your child will help you get some much-needed rest.
Most parents know what to expect when they have a newborn baby. Unfortunately, no one prepares you for the sleep noises your baby will make. These noises can easily send you into a panic, but not all of them should.
In the first months of their lives, swaddling your little one can bring both of you comfort. For babies, it makes them feel more secure and safe, often reminding them of life in the womb. For you, it offers a simple way to calm your baby and get them to sleep longer.
Baby Sleep Requirements and Safety During the First 2 Years
Sleeping patterns during the first months of life change constantly. As your tiny and quiet newborn grows into an active toddler, the total hours of sleep will decrease, and the practices to keep him safe also vary.