Keep your baby clean and dry. This means regularly changing their diapers and clothes, and giving them regular baths.
Feed your baby on demand. Newborn babies should be fed every 2-3 hours, while older babies may go longer between feedings. It's important to pay attention to your baby's hunger cues and offer them breast milk or formula as needed.
Create a safe sleep environment. Place your kid on their back to sleep, in a crib or bassinet with a firm, flat mattress. Remove all soft objects and loose bedding from the sleep area to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
Keep your baby healthy. Follow your pediatrician's recommendations for vaccinations and check-ups, and take your child to the doctor if you have any concerns about their health.
Bond with your baby. Spend quality time with your baby by talking to them, reading to them, and holding them. This will help your baby feel loved and secure, and will also strengthen your relationship with them.