First of all, CONGRATULATIONS! You are having a new baby! Now, on to the serious stuff. You are going to get yourself prepared for your new baby, mentally, physically and you will need to adjust your house for the new baby too! Read More »
If you are wondering what to get a newborn baby, the best gift is something sentimental or practical. Parents will appreciate things that help make their lives easier and the baby’s more comfortable.
This means that doing a little research on your part will be massively beneficial unless you have already been through it yourself. There are so many things out there available to get young ones and knowing the things that will be most appreciated is great. Read More »
Sleep or lack of it— is probably the most-discussed aspect of baby care. As new parents quickly discover, the quality and quantity of their baby’s sleep affects the well-being of everyone in the household. And sleep struggles rarely end when a child moves from a crib to a bed. Instead of cries, it’s pleas or refusals; instead of a 3 a.m. feeding, it’s a nightmare or request for water. Read More »
Being pregnant doesn’t mean you have to stop breastfeeding your adorable child, long ago people even doctors believed it actually took nutrients away from the baby inside you, however, that is not the case. Read More »
Almost every woman knows that it is important to eat well while pregnant. The benefits it provides you and your baby is invaluable. But, do you also know how important it is to eat well even before you get pregnant? If you are actively trying to get pregnant you have to make sure your body is prepared to accept the challenge. Read More »
The minute you find out you are pregnant you know things are going to be changing, from your waist size to those little stretch marks that pop up. Stretch marks are exactly that, red or purple marks left on your skin because it has stretched. The most common areas for it to appear is the buttocks, thighs, stomach, breasts and even arms. Nithy percent of all pregnant women will get them, whether they get a lot or a few depends on the body and how they are preventing them. Read More »
Many women who have recently given birth are always interested in attempting to lose some of that extra weight that traditionally accompanies having a baby. What many of these women do not entirely realise is the fact that breastfeeding can not only help provide the baby with essential vitamins and nutrients but can also help in the weight-loss process. Read More »
Being a parent is most definitely one of the most important patience tests. They say patience is a virtue, it is true – but this comment makes you think patience is a quality that only a few chosen ones have. In fact, patience is learnt over time even if some parents don’t do well on this chapter at first. But, with a little effort, any parent can learn to be patient and to amuse himself over some situations that not so long ago annoyed him. Read More »
In a child’s education, an important factor is the parents’ expertise for this “job”. No one is born holding all the knowledge, but we can learn and understand some things from books or advice from qualified persons.
Amongst the commandments a parent should strictly follow are the following: Read More »
The arrival of a newborn family member is one of the most exciting times in a parent’s life. They would usually spend each waking hour counting the ticks of the clock, and the days in the calendar just to confirm how many days are still left before the baby’s due arrival.
In order to lessen the anticipation of the parents, having a baby shower is one of the most feasible ways to cut back the long wait. Read More »