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Failure to sleep at night in newborns is usually caused by a lack of (or failure to establish) a circadian rhythm; in other words, it's as normal as can be, and a source of great consternation in new parents (I mean, who explains this to new parents? Hardly anyone.) I have cared for hundreds of newborns, and I can honestly say I do not believe in nipple ...


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As a father of a 15 days old child. The below list helps Sing to him - He knows he is around someone who keeps him comfortable. Hold him close to you. Walk him around the house Talk to him while he stares at the lights. Talk to him and he does make eye contact. Swaddle him - Some babies like to be swaddled. Play white noises - Newborns like white noises ...


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You don't do much... If you fear Flat Head that much, you should buy a helmet. Else, just let your kid sleep and rest on his own, somewhere where you can see him and where he can see you. You don't hold your kid when you sleep. It's the same when you are awake. You might want to find some soft support to put him. (We use babymove's doomoo but there should ...


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Everything is new for a small baby and everything is stimulating as they discover the environment around them. Change in lighting, a new sound or a colorful object can evoke a response. What cause it doesn't matter as it's all new. Once they can hold their head up consider getting a chair so they can watch you. Move the chair around the house following you. ...



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