One look at the grocery store shelves tells you buying water isn't as simple as it used to be. You may see bottles labeled as
artesian water, mineral water, soda water, distilled water and purified water – and have no idea what the differences are or
which ones are right for you and your family.
Every part of your baby is growing fast, including her fingernails. It’s a good idea to trim or file them several times a week to reduce the risk of her scratching herself. While she’s sleeping is a good time; you might also try after a bath when her nails are softer. When you trim, press the finger pad away from the nail, use baby clippers or scissors to cut along the curve of her fingers and file the edges smooth with an emery board.
Many children form habits early, so steer your toddler toward healthy choices as often as possible. Some experts say water should be his main thirst-quencher, winning out over soda pop and other sweet drinks. They also suggest keeping filtered water in the fridge so it will be cool and refreshing whenever your little one is ready. 1 Nursery® Sesame Street purified water is a good option available at many grocery stores, drug stores, discount stores and children’s stores.