Read Posts About Newborn Tips
New and expectant parents have a lot of questions and the experts at Lurie Children’s have answers. From sleeping and feeding to pooping and peeing, you can rely on our blogs and resources to help your baby stay healthy and safe.
Our expert pediatrician, Dr. Amy L. Silverio explains the benefits and potential concerns of baby-led weaning, the ideal time to start solids and a list of recommended first foods for new parents.
New and expectant parents have a lot of questions. Get answers to common newborn bottle feeding questions, including how much milk newborns need and breastfeeding positions.
Infants in the NICU use cues to communicate with their families and caregivers to indicate when they are stressed, hungry, or comfortable, or self-soothing.
Learn how much, how often and what kinds of foods babies eat from birth through their first birthday.
See feeding tips and get answers to common newborn feeding questions, including how much milk newborns need and breastfeeding positions.
Cluster feeding, when a newborn wants to eat every two hours or less, occurs during major periods of growth and development.
Newborns with a fever (100.4 or greater) should always be seen. Here are other signs of sickness, along with common newborn issues not to worry about.
Newborns produce a lot of pee and poop. Learn what’s normal, from urine and stool color to frequency, and when to call the pediatrician.
While in the NICU, there are still many opportunities for you to bond with your baby. Learn a few recommended ways to help you build that bond.
Tips to help you pick the right pediatrician for your newborn, including when to start looking and the most important questions to ask.
Our pediatricians offer expert tips for establishing good sleep routines, calming overtired babies and getting your newborn down to sleep.
In the two weeks after birth, newborns learn to feed, work to get back to their birthweight and change and develop in numerous other ways.