The last slide reads:Most baby skin rashes and problems aren't serious, but a few may be signs of infection — and need close attention. If baby's skin has small, red-purplish dots, if there are yellow fluid-filled bumps (pustules), or if baby has a fever or lethargy, call your pediatrician for medical treatment right away.
So please do consult your doctor if you see any of the above signs.
Thank you Chris! I'm wondering about my parenting "skills" today as I'm sure many of those on this board
I love the 6 - 9 month age range! When both of my daughters turned 6 months old, I felt that I had overcome a huge hurdle. I suspect that the exhaustion of a new baby wore off or I got used to the exhaustion and was able to enjoy being a mom more.
Would love a roll call to learn more about who is in this community!
Live in SoCal Married 10 years 2 daughters age 2.5 and 6 Love yoga and reading Not a fan of traffic, terrible cook