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3rd Trimester Tips From PopYum Moms

3rd Trimester Tips From PopYum Moms

The third trimester of pregnancy can often cause a lot of discomfort and as we get closer to our due date, feelings of anxiety and excitement are all over the place. We asked some of our PopYum moms what tips they found useful or what advice they have to share with others. Here are some of their top tips! Avoid acidic foods as they may cause heartburn. In general, I found avoiding spicy food and fried food helped reduce my heartburn.  While sleeping on your side, put a pillow under your belly to support it.  Put your feet up if...

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Brooke - Our New PopYum Superstar

Brooke - Our New PopYum Superstar

Brooke - Our New PopYum SuperStar Brooke’s Instagram: @hellobrooklynn Say hello to our new PopYum SuperStar Brooke from North Carolina! Brooke, who caught our eye on Instagram with her beautiful  pictures of her baby Ev with PopYum, is a first time mom.  PopYum Superstars features our wonderful PopYum moms and dads who love to share the joy of PopYum with other babies and parents! We love to meet all of you wonderful PopYum family and friends. It always brings a smile to our face seeing the joys of feeding and to be a part of your baby’s life.  We would...

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Baby Sleep Tips

Baby Sleep Tips

For many of us new parents, restless nights are unfortunately very common. Fortunately, there are ways to help your baby sleep better at night. While the actual amount of sleep a baby gets in a day may vary significantly from baby to baby and by age, we have some tips that may help your baby get a good night’s sleep. Generally, most newborns tend to sleep around 16 hours or more (broken in multiple sleeping sessions) in a 24 hour period. At 3 to 4 months old, your baby may be able to sleep 5-6 hours at a time. As...

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Tips On Keeping Your Baby Warm in the Winter

Tips On Keeping Your Baby Warm in the Winter

Brr, it’s cold outside! Now that the cold season is here (unless you live in the Southern hemisphere), snow is falling, temperatures are dropping, and yikes are we all cold! While for us, we can help regulate our body temperature, we must take extra precaution for our little ones to keep them warm this Winter. With babies being so small, they can get cold much quicker than we can. To check if your baby is cold, touch your baby’s tummy- if it’s not warm, that means your baby is cold. If your baby is also crying more than usual or...

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