What is the NumNum® GOOtensil™

Posted on January 20, 2015 by Shanit Khachi | 0 Comments

Why is the NumNum GOOtensil great for self-feeding you ask? It's b/c there is no right direction to scoop and feed. They just dip and put it in their mouth. It's that easy. And the NumNum Dips are made out of silicon which are soft enough for teething babies to chew down on. A must have for all parents!

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NumNum Gootensil

Posted on September 18, 2014 by Shani Schumacher | 0 Comments


What's a NumNum Gootensil?

There are countless baby spoons on the market. Babies struggle with every one of them because they lack the motor skills necessary to use them properly. NumNum is the revolutionary new first step to self-feeding. It's easier to use than a spoon because the head is flat so there's no right or wrong way to hold it. All baby has to do is dip and eat! The result is self-feeding with less mess while baby develops the skills necessary to graduate to the spoon. NumNum, indeed!


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How To Safely Dress Your Baby for Sleep

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How to Burp Baby

Posted on August 18, 2014 by Shani Schumacher | 0 Comments

Whether nursing or taking a bottle, babies tend to suck in air as they eat. Burping helps them get the bubbles out—and heads off little tummy aches at the pass.

Step 1: Know when to burp Know when to burp your baby. If you're nursing, burp her when you switch from one breast to the other. If you're bottle-feeding, burp her every time she downs an ounce or two. In both cases, you should also burp her at the end of the meal.
• Tip A baby may also need to be burped between feedings. If she seems uncomfortable or is crying and you can't figure out why, try burping her—it may be random gas.

Step 2: Lap position Sit your baby upright on your lap, facing you but angled slightly to one side and leaning slightly forward with her chest against your hand. Cup her chin with the thumb and index finger of that hand. With your other hand, firmly pat or rub your palm/fingertips in circles in the middle of her back, using gentle pressure to help push out the air.
• Tip When using this position, you may want to put a bib on the baby to protect her clothes—and your hand—if she spits up.

Step 3: Thigh position If that's not working, place a burp cloth on your thigh and lay the baby across your lap. Let her tummy rest on your other thigh—this will put gentle pressure on her belly and help push out the gas as you rub or pat her.

Step 4: Shoulder position If this doesn't work either, drape the burp cloth over your shoulder and hold the baby against it, being sure to support her head and neck with one hand. With the other, rub or pat her back firmly.

Step 5: Baby should burp Any of these methods should bring results—a nice resounding belch—within a minute or two. If she doesn't burp, that's okay too. Sometimes these things have a way of working themselves out.

• Did You Know? Feeding babies sometimes spit up what looks like an entire meal's worth of milk—but usually it's just a teaspoonful.


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