Leeann Keady is the founder holding an undergraduate degree in human sciences services from the University of Rhode Island graduated in 1985. Leeann Keady has been working in the childcare training industry for the past 20 years. I provide education, training, and support for working Executives as they plan for a Newborn.
Boston Baby Video Monitoring | The Best Choices not to make! If you search the Internet for Baby Video Monitoring products you will find many compact digital video baby monitor designed to give parents complete security by being able to actually watch their baby as they sleep from up to 200 meters away.
This is a $49.95 product that has limited security and options. Would you trust your Baby’s safety and your piece of mind with a $49 device?
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Every connected camera should be able to stream footage of your home directly to your smartphone. Many cameras go further, allowing you to remotely pan and tilt your view, view in low light conditions, and view footage from multiple cameras (even at different homes) on the same screen.
If something happens at home, your video solution should be able to instantly alert you. A good connected camera will detect motion, begin recording, and send you an alert or email with the video clip so you can see what’s going on.
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When your video camera is part of a multi-sensor smart home, your video monitoring becomes smarter and more convenient.
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Boston Baby Specialists Cradle Cap, I learned the importance of educating parents on their newborns’ appearance early on in my career. One postpartum nurse told me that she would run ragged throughout the night going from room to room answering questions about their baby’s skin, head shape, bent limbs, and lack of eyebrows.
Of course newborns are typically in the hospital for 2-5 days and not much changes in their appearance. The transformation from newborn to cute cherubic, picture perfect baby is quite astounding and as it seems, not all that well known among new parents. Cradle cap is a delightful little condition that happens to most infants to varying degrees. When I say varying degrees, I mean it can be so mild that parents are not aware, or it is so severe that it spreads beyond the baby’s head and onto her face.
One mom called me in a panic when she learned that the rash on her baby’s face, and across her eyebrows was in fact cradle cap! Not everyone knows that it is not limited to the scalp. Common signs of cradle cap include, patchy scaling or thick crusts on the scalp, greasy skin covered with flaky white or yellow scales, skin flakes, and possibly mild redness. Similar scales may also be present on the ears, eyelids, nose and groin. Do see your doctor if the patches spread to your baby’s face or body.
Boston Baby Specialists Cradle Cap
Cradle cap usually resolves on its own within a few months. Self-care measures, such as washing your baby’s scalp daily with a mild shampoo, can help loosen and remove the cradle cap scales. Gently rub your baby’s scalp with your fingers or washcloth to loosen the scales. I also see more often than not, a blotchy scalp as a result of mom picking at it! Wash your baby’s hair once a day with mild baby shampoo. Loosen the scales with a small, soft-bristled brush before rinsing off the shampoo. If the scales don’t loosen easily, rub petroleum jelly or a few drops of mineral oil onto your baby’s scalp. Let it soak into the scales for a few minutes, and then brush and shampoo your baby’s hair as usual. If you leave the oil in your baby’s hair, the scales may accumulate and worsen the cradle cap. Once the scales are gone, wash your baby’s hair every few days with a mild shampoo to prevent scale buildup. If cradle cap persists or seems severe, your doctor may suggest a medicated shampoo, lotion or other treatment.
Boston Baby Specialists Cradle cap is most common in newborns. It isn’t contagious and probably won’t bother your baby. Cradle cap generally isn’t itchy for infants.
Though the exact cause of cradle cap isn’t known, one contributing factor may be hormones that pass from the mother to the baby before birth. These hormones can cause an abnormal production of oil (sebum) in the oil glands and hair follicles.
Cradle cap is sometimes confused with another skin condition, infantile eczema. One major difference between these conditions, however, is that eczema usually causes significant itching.
It will pass, usually just in time for baby acne to appear. Don’t cancel the photo op however. Its who they are at the time and can be a memory that will make you smile years later when they are all grown up.
Boston Newborn Care – No Dairy for your Baby, Another Newborn Care secret in the new mommy who is breastfeeding world is the no dairy thing. Definitely not in the book of things to prepare for.
All moms eating habits change when they are pregnant. They need to add to their meal plan, or clean up a less than healthy one.
Boston Newborn Care – No Dairy for Your Baby
Some of the “go to” items are yogurt, and bowls of cereal. It’s comfort food; sweet, yummy and totally allowed. It’s not doughnuts and candy but it’s a far cry from kale shakes and egg whites. Many moms loosen up on their strict regime and may go totally rogue and add ice cream and chocolate milk to the grocery list.
This is a fun little habit to cultivate. And, after 9 months of it, it does become a habit. So It’s usually stays in place once the baby is born. So, week 4 postpartum, the baby starts to get a little fussy. First line of defense, eliminate dairy. OK coffee is the first of many problems for most. But, the non dairy options are pretty plentiful. Thank god.
For some, it’s a non-issue. They are not big milk and cheese ladies. But for some dairy lovers it’s a disaster.
So moms have just grown a baby in their body, delivered it through their body and are feeding it with their body. Seems like a fairly substantial sacrifice. But as all moms know, the sacrifice for your children is a lifetime sentence.
Moms have limited time for themselves, maybe a shower and a new pair of yoga pants. There is no more room in their bandwidth for any fun. Perhaps the occasional rented movie that takes a day to watch or the best friend that comes over for a cup of coffee you heat up 5 times.
But the happy little afternoon chocolate chip cookie and milk treat is gone.
Moms are not looking for much. It’s ok they cannot enjoy a glass of wine, sleep like a human, go to the bathroom with the door closed, but now the little cheese and crackers with your non alcoholic wine pick me up in the early evening is gonzo.
Its not really about the absence of the milk product, it’s the lack of time to figure out what the substitution is. They try almond milk because that’s fairly easy. They attempt to read every label to see if there is butter or –ase or -ose anything in it, and interrogate every waitress or coffee barista. Ugh! It’s exhausting.
Soy isn’t always an option either. That little food group attaches it self to a lot of diet eliminating menus. (I’m celiac, so in addition to any gluten containing foods, I have to watch out for soy anything, which, by the way, is in jelly beans and Swedish fish!)
Although it is not forever, I will say that eliminating dairy doesn’t mean eating only fruits and vegetables. You may stumble upon an entire world of new tastes, textures and foods that might not otherwise be part of your diet.
It takes 21 days to form a habit. Maybe you’ll just get used to it? Or maybe you’ll dream of the imported milk chocolate that in the cupboard your friend from Germany sent you.