I'm sorry for your concern and hope that you will take your LO to see a doctor about this redness. Check out our Circumcision - When to Call A Doctor Overview for more information to speak with your medical professional about.
A new study suggests that uber-strict parenting, without giving children a chance to speak their mind is more likely to raise children who are disrespectful and engage in delinquent behaviors such as stealing, hurting others, and/or substance abuse.
What makes these children rebel?
"Kids don't view them as a legitimate authority figure and are more likely to break the rules," says researcher Rick Trinkner.
Were you raised in a strict home?
How did you react to the parenting style chosen?
What is your parenting style, now that you are the parent?
So sorry to get to you late, but wanted to share this info!
According to the WebMD Diapering a Newborn article , "Breast milk tends to be absorbed more completely -- sometimes there is so little residue to come out that a baby may not have a BM for days." So, it sounds like you guys are doing okay!
Here is the Scoop on Poop , which is another great read for keeping up with your newborn's bm colors and making sure that things are normal.
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