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Sarah Veda

Member since: June 27, 2011

Articles By Sarah Veda

If you have a newborn, he or she is going to spit up. Some babies do it more than others, but they all do it. There are several reasons why, and some things you can do to minimize spitting up.

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By: Sarah Vedal Parenting l March 2, 2011 lViews: 1048

When you’re pregnant, you worry about every little thing that could go wrong. Thankfully, most babies are born healthy. There are, however, some serious birth disorders that you should be aware of, in the unlikely event that your baby is affected.

By: Sarah Vedal Family l March 2, 2011 lViews: 138

When you’re a first time Mother, you’re always worried about your baby’s development. Sometimes, we get downright obsessed with knowing when our child will sit up, crawl, walk and talk. And, if they’re one week later than we think they should be,

By: Sarah Vedal Parenting l March 2, 2011 lViews: 662

All mothers watch their children’s development closely. We get worried if they’re too small, or too big, too short or too tall. But, just like adults, babies come in all shapes and sizes. When you take your baby to the pediatrician for her well bab

By: Sarah Vedal Parenting l March 2, 2011 lViews: 665

Your little one is growing like a weed and drinking you out of house and home. You may be wondering if your little one is ready for some solid food. Here are a few tips to help you determine if your baby is ready to take the next step.

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By: Sarah Vedal Family l March 2, 2011 lViews: 128

You’re getting tired of changing those diapers, aren’t you? It’s so great to be able to get your child out of diapers. But, when it comes to potty training, timing is everything. If you start when your child isn’t ready, it will just take longer.

By: Sarah Vedal Family l March 2, 2011 lViews: 142

For a brand new mommy, or even a seasoned one, dealing with a colicky baby can be overwhelming. The constant crying is heartbreaking and nerve wracking, and leaves you with a sense of helplessness. But don’t lose heart; the only good thing I can tel

By: Sarah Vedal Family l March 2, 2011 lViews: 137

Diaper rash is a really annoying baby problem. It can get out of control easily, and can make your baby miserable. Luckily, it can be controlled with a little effort on your part. Following are some remedies that worked well with my children.
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By: Sarah Vedal Parenting l March 2, 2011 lViews: 160

Babies can have a ton of little issues, and we worry ourselves silly over them, though most are no real threat to baby’s health. Here are a list of the most common little ailments, how to treat them at home, and when to call the doctor.

By: Sarah Vedal Family l March 2, 2011 lViews: 147

Immunizations are a necessary evil of childhood. As a mother, it’s heartbreaking to have your one year old begin to cry as soon as you enter the pediatrician’s building out of fear of a shot, but every time you take him to the doctor, but immunizat

By: Sarah Vedal Parenting l March 2, 2011 lViews: 140