1. What color should my baby’s poop be? You may think that poop should be brown, but babies produce a wide variety of colors! During the first 24 hours of life, it is thick, sticky, and brownish-black in color (meconium).
It’s 2 am. Your first night home from the hospital. The baby is crying and you’re exhausted. Is she hungry, wet, tired…aaahhh! You’ve read all the must-have parenting books. You thought you were prepared. But nothing can ever completely prepare
SPF and Other Skin Protection Factors Walk into any drug store or grocery store and you will be overwhelmed with sunscreen choices.: SPF 15, 30, 50, 100, waterproof, water resistant, baby and sports formula. Why is choosing the