Welcome to 1stNewborn.com

1stnewborn.com website deals with newborns, their needs, general information, services and products to enhance their life and their family.

The difference between a newborn and an infant is when referring to a child less than one month old they are called newborn. A newborn includes all prematures, postmatures, and full term pregnancy delivers.

After the first month from birth, the infant will continue to be categorized as an infant until between the ages of 12-24 months an infant moves into the toddler stage.


Usually during the newborn stage the recommended method of feeding is breast feeding. If breast feeding is not option, then a newborn formula is substituted.

The ability of a newborn to obtain a sucking reflex is something they are born with and thus allows them to extract milk from either the nipples of the breasts or the nipple of the baby bottle. This also includes the natural born ability of rooting to find a nipple.

Historically, a wet nurse was used to feed the newborn through infancy, however, this is becoming more rare in developed countries.

The newborn period of time is usually the hardest for the first time family to get adjusted to the needs of the newborn. This website is designed to help the parents through the newborn period and into an infant stage as fast, gracefully and painlessly as possible. Please click on the image below and let us help you through the newborn stage.

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