1.Body Temperature

Our little ones are different from us, with a more delicate structure and sensitive skin. As a result, they tend to lose much body heat through the head due to high skin surface area. Therefore, they require extra mature care, which otherwise becomes difficult for babies to regulate their body temperature and makes them more vulnerable to cold and flu. It is also advisable to use a mild humidifier which puts moisture into the air and prevents the drying of the nose, mouth, and lips.

2.Habitual of Cotton Clothing

As your little pie loves to chew and nib everything, it gets difficult to keep track of what they chew and consume, and hence it is crucial to wrap them with Organic clothes free from any pesticides.

3.Keep them Dry but Moist

Do not let the unnoticed pee wet your baby’s bed by insulating the bed with waterproof sheets underneath a warm sheet, and ensure to change the diapers at regular intervals to keep their skin irritation at bay. Also, take care of your pie’s skin by regularly moisturizing and deep moisture your baby’s bum with virgin coconut oil to help either kind of diaper rash heal.

4.Seasonal Dressing

Pack them with warmth on winter nights while lightening up on summer nights. Allow the skin to breathe with a basic short sleeve organic cotton bodysuit on a hot summer day and snug them into a baby cardigan or baby hoodie on cold breezy winter seasons.

5.The Mattress Matters

Be it Crib or Cradle, what matters is the comfort and coziness. Ensure that the bottom of the crib is soft and are organic crib sheets, allowing your boo to breath free and sleep like a baby. Likewise, do not load the bed with heavy foam as it may create warmth excess to the room temperature that hampers sleep. Instead, invest in a good mattress that will give your baby’s spine that “just-right” balance of supporting and cushioning as the little bodies are delicate.

6.Internal Factors

It is not just the external factors essential to keeping your baby warm but also internal factors that play a huge role. Although mother’s milk is the only nutrient for 12 months since birth, consumption of foods in the later phase rich in antioxidants, beta-carotene, and root vegetables are excellent for their immunity. In addition, black-colored foods such as black olives, chia seeds, and black sesame seeds make wonderful warming winter condiments, while honey keeps allergens at bay. These foods can be fed by finely mashed, ground, and powdered, while few can be used as sprinklers.

7.Hydration Phase

Do not feed your baby with water until they can consume solid foods as they get their hydration from the mother’s milk. Also, do not indulge your baby with too many baths to dry out their good skin. However, three times a week with an appropriate temperature of 100F (38 C) degree calm and soothes their skin and mind.


I am Lana Murpy, a post-graduate in humanities and communications, and an inquisitive person who loves writing. My forte is a digital marketing and everything that has to do with phones and screens. I’m working for Tiny Twig . I am someone who believes that one person can make a change and that’s precisely why I took up writing which is the best tool to communicate these days. I have a decade of experience in writing and marketing.