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Important Baby Routines to Take Care of Your Precious Baby


Today I have a guest poster. It's not very often that we have one of those. I'm proud to introduce you to Carol who wants to share some important routines that new moms, and dads may want to read about, when taking care of your new baby. Today you also get to see some photos of me when I was a baby as well. Now without further ado here's Carol. 


Babies are the most beautiful creation of nature. Every parent is engaged with their busy schedule, and sometimes to take care of baby becomes a daily activity. Seeing them playing, crawling for the first time can give you the extreme happiness. It is essential to take special care for them, have them grow with a very special and soft care under your oversight. Make some important routine for them which can make them feel more comfortable and pampered.

Emotional bonding with them:
Those touches of love and affection with your infant create a strong bondings with you for years, let them understand that you worry for them forever and how special they are for you. Spend most of the time with them so that they feel good and comfortable try to interpret what they want to utter.



Feeding pleasure:
Your baby needs food frequently and they will be more happier and relaxed if you feed them when they feel hungry which helps them learn early that you care for them. If you are breastfeeding then your milk supply will be more dependable if you cling to a regular method. As your baby starts showing signs of hunger, feed them early, sit in a comfortable environment and keep nursing pillow and drinking water, you can play soft music if  your baby gets disturbed then immediately shift in a quiet room and dim the light so that your baby feel comforted. Don't keep watching T.V or  get engaged with your work as by doing this they may feel that they are unimportant for you as they are very sensitive. Feed them according to their demands and don't show irritation if they don't require food.

Fun & Play:
Your baby needs pleasant playtime for their sound growth. It also helps them to develop their brain and other skills. They will find out easily if they get scheduled and familiar playtime, show them new playthings. Their attention is very scant which is very normal. They will let you know when they've had enough by turning over their eyes and by even ignoring their environment.


Bath time:
The bath time process is a bit typical for a new born child and extra cold and extra hot water makes will them feel uncomfortable, instead consider a warm sponge bath for your infant. The refreshing morning bath is essential for a baby to give them a peaceful sleep, arrange a tub, towel, shampoo, lotion and diaper before you undress your baby and give a soft, smooth and warm bath, keep on playing with them and talk softly with them which will make your baby comfortable.

Peaceful sleep:
Sleeping time is one of the most important routines for your baby, as soon you watch the signs of somnolence or drowsiness get them in bed properly arranged with comfort. Give your baby a comfortable and silent sleep and you can continue maintaining the same at night.



Babies are the most precious gift to us, for that we need to take a very good care of them, in order to give them a better health as they are very sensitive. The bonding between mummy and her baby becomes much stronger, as your soft care comforts your baby and makes them feel more secure and happy. In fact, this helps your baby to grow healthy and fit and also helps in their mental development. Let them discover that nothing is more important for you beside them as it is said that only a mother can understand their adolescent better than anyone can in this world.


Author Bio:-
Born in the US, Carol Root is a contributing author for Pure and Simple Baby. Carol is one of the renowned blogger, mother of one sweet baby and voice for must use baby care  products. Carol has been quoted in various online and offline publications. 

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  1. All excellent tips. I found that my best bonding time with both of my boys was during those middle of the night feedings. It was dark & quiet and we could just gaze into each other's eyes. I never minded getting up to feed them at 2 am. Ok, I did a little.....

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  2. My sister-in-law taught me the importance of schedules and it has worked really well with my son. I could not breast feed, but I loved watching him drink his bottle and made him stare at me so he associated the happiness of eating with his dad!

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  3. Yes! All of these are so important and will make for a happy baby and happy parents!

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  4. These are all such great tips, thank you for sharing! It's been a long time since I had a baby around!

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  5. oh, gosh. my ovaries. love babies!! sweet pics and great tips

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  6. Super sweet photos. And a lot of great tips here. Being a new parent is tough!!

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  7. I have a home daycare and babies are precious.. I will say that they are all so different.... no two are the same ;-)

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  8. Babies group so fast. I have a 2 month old and she already seems to be growing out of the newborn phase!

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  9. I LOVED being a stay at home mom when my daughter was born. I used to cuddle all day with her and just talk to her so she would get familiar with my voice. These are great tips for new moms and dads.

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  10. Way to give me baby fever!! Awww, I miss mine being that little!! :(

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  11. Each bit of togetherness is another opportunity to bond. Oh how I love being a mom!

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  12. This is truly a wonderful post. Babies are really fragile. They will need tender, love, and care. As much as possible, it is very important to be a stay at home mom so that babies can be given with the right amount of love and attention.

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  13. I really love the picture of you holding your baby. That is my favorite. I love this post, my baby is a teenager and I c an't believe how fast the time flies

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  14. Great parenting tips for new moms! It's so, so important to keep babies, and all children for that matter, on a routine. I work in a middle school, and even older kids function significantly better when on a routine.

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  15. Great tips for caring for your baby! My girls are older now but feeding times were very special bonding times for us.

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  16. Beautiful baby and these are great tips

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  17. Bathtime is so much fun when they're babies! This is really a great read, especially for new mommas out there!

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  18. My son was such a cuddle bug when he was a baby, I miss it. But I think those times I spent with him make us closer.

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  19. Boy I miss those days. Bonding with your little ones is quite important. The power of touch is amazing. Great tips for your baby's routine.

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  20. You're making me seriously miss the days when my little guy was that tiny! He is almost two now and a handful!

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  21. Such good advice for that new mom. My kids are so old now (one about to graduate high school) it's hard to remember them being this small.

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  22. I think these are all really great tips! I won't be having any more babies, but my niece is expecting her first one this June. I will definitely forward her this story so she can benefit from it!

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  23. I know a couple of parents where there kids spend more time with sitters and the tv then with them, even as infants. I think they miss out on how important that bonding time is.

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  24. It's important to make baby a priority. They have so many things developing all at once they have to be nurtured. I was so lucky to be able to stay home with my daughter and devote my time to her.

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  25. This post is great! So many parents could use reminding of these things even out of babyhood

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  26. What a little sweetie. This is a helpful list!

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  27. These tips are amazing. My 3 month old is needing so much of all of these right now. We have fun giving him a bath, as he loves the water and I feel we are really bonding then.

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  28. So many great tips. Although I've never been one to have a quiet house when babies sleep. It's business as usual around here whenever a baby is around.

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  29. Carol shared some wonderful tips and invaluable information. The baby photos of you were precious; I had to look at them again...

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  30. i do miss baby bonding time. i think those are the most important times of a childs life

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  31. Great tips. Bonding time is so precious.

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  32. Great guest post! I do my best to keep my little ones on a routine, but sometimes life jumps up at ya! I do make sure that every night we read a book before bed and have a little bonding time <3

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  33. Very cute baby, such a precious one. Thanks for sharing this.

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  34. It is very tough to perform a parent duty; to take care of our baby means we need high level of dedication and patience. Otherwise we are suffering from frustration and our baby is suffering from different problems; mostly people are taking examples from different sources on how to take care of a newborn and I hope with proper guidance we are able to take care of our babies. Here from this post also we can get some awesome tips on how to take care of a newborn and I hope while following these essential tips we are able to perform a good parenting job.
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