Tips for Taking Care of a Newborn Baby | Newborn Baby Tips For New Moms

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Congratulations to the new mom!
Well, you have handled the discomforts of nine months of pregnancy and successfully made it through the excitement of labor and delivery, and now a new life is in front of you.

Here are the top 5 tips for taking care of a newborn baby.

▶1. Hold Your Baby with Care

Newborn babies have very floppy necks, as the muscles have not developed properly. The muscles start developing within the first few months, but until then parents should always be sure to fully support the baby’s neck.

▶2. Give Only Sponge Baths in the Beginning

It is very important to give your newborn baby sponge baths until the remaining umbilical cord falls off.
Always remember, when the umbilical cord is kept dry, it falls off faster. This may take 2 to 3 weeks. Even if the umbilical cord gets wet, pat it dry.

▶3. Make the Baby Sleep on the Back

Even if it is for a short nap during the day, place your baby on his or her back. This is the safest sleep position for a healthy baby.

▶4. Give Full Body Massages

Massage is important for your newborn baby. It will improve your baby’s sleep quality as well as promote relaxation and strengthen the immune system.

▶5. Apply Moisturizer Often

Initially after birth, your baby’s skin will be soft, smooth and silky. But most babies’ skin becomes dry and flaky in no time.
The skin becomes dry from being exposed to air after remaining soaked in liquid in the womb for nine months.

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