PRIMO For All of Your Baby Needs!

PRIMO is a perfect business for parents! Launched in 1994 in Irvington, New Jersey, PRIMO ensures customers that they will provide bigger, better and brighter high quality products that every parent needs for their baby!  PRIMO is constantly expanding with an award winning product line in the categories of style, quality, safety and functionality from all over the globe! Most PRIMO products are made in the USA. From toilet trainers to bed guard rails, PRIMO emphasizes being Environmentally Conscious, BPA Free, Lead Free and Phthalate free.   With so many options for the new parent, PRIMO is your only...

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My Wife Can Produce Over 700 Pounds of Breast Milk a Year and I Can Prove It

My wife and I are analytical people, so when she came across an app called Baby Connect, which would allow us to track our son Duncan’s daily feedings, sleeping hours, diaper changes, etc., we were all-in.  It allowed for multiple users to update concurrently, so even if one of us was out and the other person was watching him, both people would be able to see the updated data in real time.  Over time, as we built up a database of information, which also included my wife’s nursing times and breast pumping yields, we were able to track progress and...

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What are the 3 components of a well-child check?

Originally posted here by Dr. Michael Chapman, Texas Children’s Pediatrics – Pediatric Medical Group Most parents turn to a pediatrician when their child is sick, but it’s important not to overlook scheduling regular well-child check appointments for your little one as they are essential to helping keep your child healthy. Well checks for children are recommended from birth until 18 to 21 years of age. Pediatricians give age-appropriate anticipatory guidance during a check-up. There are also three main components your pediatrician assesses during a well-child check: development, growth and screenings/vaccines. Development Your pediatrician will monitor your child’s development by...

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Introducing peanuts to infants

Originally posted here by Dr. Sara Anvari, assistant professor of pediatrics – immunology, allergy and rheumatology clinic at Texas Children’s Hospital The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends parents introduce allergenic and non-allergenic foods – including peanuts – starting around 4-6 months of age, in infants without a history of an allergic disorder, such as eczema or food allergies. This recommendation was made based on the increasing prevalence of food allergies and the evidence suggesting that earlier rather than delayed introduction could potentially help prevent the development of food allergies. Recent guidelines by the National Institute of Health strongly...

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Tips to Choose Summer Food for Babies

Tips to Choose Summer Food for Babies     For the newborn babies, kids, and toddlers, the trickiest time is summer season. The infants and little kids are easy to get ill because the dehydration, heat stroke, and sunburn can impact on the babies if parents take care of them improperly. Nonetheless, mothers should not be too worry. We understand mothers’ interest in their love babies, so we want to share some of the tips related to summer food for kids. Let’s see! Choosing Summer Food for Kids with Following Tips Keep these tips in your mind when picking...

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