Things they don't tell you in the baby books - you will have the highest highs and the lowest lows, possibly all within microseconds of each other. Super Ups and... Super Downs Things they don't tell you in the baby books - it's harder the older children get. You think it's hard dealing with a... Continue Reading →
Expect to find a greenish-black, tarry, sticky stool that looks like motor oil in your newborn's nappy. Since Meconium is made of amniotic fluid, mucus, skin cells, and other stuff ingested in the womb, it doesn't really smell - so you may not realise it's time for a nappy change.When your baby is two days to four days old, his stools will become lighter in colour - sort of an army green, and less sticky. This transitional stool is a sign that he's started digesting early breastmilk or formula and that his intestinal tract is fine.
1. Meconium is a fancy name for a newborn infant's first poo and of course there are many names for poo! 2. It's greenish black - baby's first bowel movement is sticky, thick, and dark, greenish black so your newborn's stool is greenish black tar in other words! 3. It doesn't last long, generally, infants... Continue Reading →