Our baby Isaiah is turning 2 months this June 11..and as early as now we are planning his Christening on his 3rd month. So far, we have canvass different venues for him. His dad prefers an outdoor setting but knowing the weather here in the Philippines, July is a rainy month so we are getting a 2nd option of holding it in a function room or a villa.
We also have scouted for caterers and other suppliers needed for his baptismal. And hopefully within a month planning everything will work out fine and successful for my our dearest Isaiah.
PS I’ve been looking at baby swimwear at splashabout.com, some of the costumes look so cute!
While I was giving my 3 week old son a bath early this morning, I notice some hair on his white baby soap. At first I thought they were from our dogs or cats since we have lots of pets at home, but my husband notice also that our son is losing some of his hair on his forehead. It was alarming to a first time parents like us so I made a research about it by googling it and glad it was nothing serious.
They say that it is normal for newborn babies on their first months to loss their hair and it is what they call telogen effluvium. The cause of this hair loss is due to hormonal change of levels that drops for babies’ right after their birth.
Some mom or most new moms experience the same condition for the same reason of hormonal change. You may also notice that the replacement of your baby’s hair is different than the first one that outgrew especially for natural colored countries like blondes or brunettes.
Some hair loss may have a different cause like if you notice some bald patches on your babies head. This may be because of the way he sits and/or sleeps in the same position.
If you notice excessive hair loss and your baby is more than 6 months or so, you may need to consult your baby’s paediatrician.