Baby health

Container Baby Syndrome: What is it and how to avoid it – Parenting Twins Article

What exactly is Container Baby Syndrome? We’ll explain what it is, how it can affect your babies, and how to avoid it, especially with twins. When new parents ask the question, “What will I need for my baby?”, there is a wide spectrum of answers and opinions. However, nearly all are filled with lots of “equipment” or “baby container” recommendations. Of course, you’ll need a car seat and stroller for safe transportation, oftentimes multiple strollers – a stroller for everyday…

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Causes of Premature Birth and Preventive Measures – Parents Article

Why are some babies born early? Here we look at the possible Causes of Premature Birth as well as ways to prevent it in mothers who are at risk. As Moms-to-be enter the third trimester of their pregnancy, they start getting excited about meeting their new baby. Many of them even say, “How I wish I could meet my baby now!” While this is being said purely out of excitement, seriously speaking, that’s one thing Moms shouldn’t be wishing for!…

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Our Littlest Fighters: Before and After Photos of Preemie Twins – Parenting Twins Article

View before and after photos of preemie twins submitted from our Twiniversity community to inspire and bring hope to parents of preemies everywhere. If you have preemie twins in the NICU right now, you have come to the right place. We are about to show you a glimpse into your future. Right now it may seem so far away and like it will never happen, but look at all of these families that came…

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Warning Signs of a Physical Developmental Delay in Your Baby – Parents Article

Every baby develops differently but it helps to watch out for these Warning Signs of a Physical Developmental Delay in Your Baby so you can act early. Every parent longs for the day when their little one takes their first step, or says ‘Mama’ for the first time. There’s something magical about hitting milestones – it shows your baby is growing into his or her own person, and is developing normally. That’s why hitting every milestone gives a parent so…

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