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Why Do Babies Always Like The Tags On Their Clothing And Toys
Slippery: Who knows, really. But i thought after my first child I should have designed a toy to take advantage of that. But someone else figured it out: taggies - those adorable blankies and toys that are trimmed with tags. I think the answer lies in the fact that the tags are usually satin (nice slippery feel in fingers/mouth) and stick out from the shirt or toy. Appears to universal, though! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
First of all, how: Old is your daughter?Does she eat other things aside from clothes and toys? If still a baby, i would agree with dr. Ferguson. If she is older, i would suggest taking her to her pediatrician to get checked out for anemia, lead poisoning and other conditions that would give her this craving for things other than food called pica. Try to distract her and offer an alternative to chew on. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Candida: Candida albicans is an organism that normally makes a quiet home for itself on your skin and doesn't bother anyone. We all carry this organism on our skin, in our mouth, in our gastrointestinal tract (gut), and, in the case of women, they can carry this organism in their vagina. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Other than infant sunscreen & lotion, shade hats, & cool clothing, what can I bring to protect from sun burn?
What is the best way to clean an infant (1~12 month)? What I do now is take off her clothes first, then dip into a baby tub filled with warm water.
Bath time can be fun: You can put her in a partially reclining baby tub or other baby bath device (some even come with safety belts!), and using a baby or sensitive skin cleanser and a washcloth, bathe her all over, then rinse all over. Babies do fine with only a few baths each week. Make bath time fun by talking or singing to her entertaining her with bath toys. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 4 year old's toys are dangerous for babies. How can I keep our baby safe without banishing his sister?
Better choices: Fortunately, manufacturers know there may be problems when there are older children in the family. They now make toys that are great for the 4 year old older child, yet not harmful to the younger child. Look for purchasing safer toys initially. Also helpful is to put the older child in charge (with parental supervision) in purchasing toys. That way the older child will help with the safety. ...Read more
My baby will be one on xmas today she got in to the infant ibprophen it was enough for six doses for her a lot of it was on the bed an clothes ?
A 4-5 fold overdose: ...Of Ibuprofen will at worst cause her to throw up, but this is valid only if you are sure there wasn't more Ibuprofen than that in the bottle. Also this is a wake-up call - next time she might get into something more dangerous. Drain unclogger is one of the nastiest things commonly found in the home, but many others aren't much better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I washed husband's shirt with my babies clothes. He had left a ginseng pill in his pocket and broke open. Do I need to throw my babies clothes away?
Not necessarily: Your baby's clothes should be fine to wear after they have been laundered again. ...Read more
I want to make DIY toy cleaner, is white vinegar, distilled water and lavender essential oil effective and safe on babies(12 months and younger)?
Mgt: It should be safe, but the lavender oil is not needed. Avoid using the toys until dry. ...Read more
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