Table of Contents A rainbow baby is a healthy baby born to parents who have lost their previous child or children to several causes mentioned further in this article. The term is symbolic of the baby’s ability to help the family or parents heal from the trauma of the loss they experienced. The phrase got popular in recent years for referring to healing and hope… Read More »What is a Rainbow Baby and Why are They Precious?
Welcome to the Parenthoodbliss blog where you can read and find the best guide on the your baby month by month.
Table of Contents 13th week to a new life! The golden period, the maternity leave comes to a sorrowful end. How to deal with 9-5, the best bathtubs to make bathtime fun, and hey, is ‘crouping’ for real? Your baby’s thirteenth week after birth As your baby enters the thirteenth week and is now a 3-month-old baby, things will get more exciting not only for… Read More »Your 13-Week-Old Baby – Development & Growth
Table of Contents While the 11-Week-Old baby starts to grab and clutch, your sleep cycle seems to gain some consistency. Let’s discuss your pelvic floor and how parenting podcasts could change your life for the good! Your baby’s first week after birth Your 11-week old baby is gradually turning into a social butterfly. Now, your baby has a range of facial expressions, from a frown… Read More »Your 11-Week-Old Baby: Development & Growth
A guide to relieving constipation in breastfed babies. Includes tips and tricks on how to avoid it, what causes it, and how you can help your baby poop easier.
Table of Contents 15-week-old baby – All about 4-month sleep regression and hey, is the baby rolling over on their own? Week 15 is a movement milestone as your baby, quite literally, is on a roll while you deal with some serious postpartum fatigue. Your baby’s fifteenth week after birth At week 15, brace yourself to see your baby rock and roll! 15-week old babies… Read More »Your 15-Week-Old Baby – development & growth
Table of Contents Baby’s first giggle and chuckles! Let’s talk about the harsh truth behind postpartum hair fall, how to deal with hair loss, and how to not obsess about something so normal. The little one is now using up bottles at a pace faster than before. As your baby achieves milestones on milestones, let’s also have a look at the best bottle racks to… Read More »Your 14-Week-Old Baby – Development & Growth
Table of Contents Your baby’s twelfth week after birth Your little munchkin has been with you for three whole months now and you’re also getting used to their new routine. As parents, your sleeping schedule must be messed up and how long has it been since you’ve had the time to look after yourself? Especially new moms, understand exhaustion but one look at your little… Read More »Your 12-Week-Old Baby: Development & Growth
Table of Contents We are halfway through year one! What to expect from the 6-month pediatrician appointment, and the importance of finding time to exercise. Let’s dive into week 26! Your 26-Week-Old Baby: Development and Physical Growth 26 week old baby will start to flex their tiny muscles. Due to their increased motor skills, your baby will slowly begin to walk upright. During this time,… Read More »Guide On 26 Week Old Baby – development & growth & health
Table of Contents For any mother, the phase of their pregnancy is exciting & fascinating. It is also very emotional and physically demanding. Mothers who are expecting gain more knowledge about their pregnancy, they rather start to wonder about how the baby is developing inside their womb. A lot of mothers are concerned about how do the baby breathe in the womb? You could be… Read More »How Do The Baby Breathe In The Womb?
Table of Contents Your 25-week-old baby development starts to sit up! Best baby playmats for sitting up babies, some helpful tips on diaper changing, and is it time to stop using pacifiers? Your baby’s twenty-fifth week after birth As your baby is reaching 25 weeks, they are starting to show signs of becoming independent. Your little one is developing and learning very fast. As a… Read More »Your 25-Week-Old Baby: Development, Growth & Health