Care for Your Newborn Sensitive Skin
There’s nothing you like more than cuddling your baby’s super soft skin. So it’s a good thing your baby’s skin is so sensitive that your touch is soothing, nurturing and vital to their development
Confinement, The Asian Way
A new mother’s confinement period includes traditional postnatal practices that are designed to help her recover from pregnancy, labour and birth.
The concept of immunising children was implemented to reduce the spread of disease. Since its implementation, it has been proven to be successful with several diseases.
Human beings are social creatures. We are born with a desire to live and interact with others – we give attention to others, and we want attention from those around us.
ARTICLE WITH TOPIC
It’s funny how many parents start to obsess over everything their babies do, right down to what’s in their diaper.
Post pregnancy care
Looking after yourself is just as important as looking after your new baby.
The last thing you’ll feel like just after birth is exercise – and in the following weeks, what with all that breastfeeding, settling, bleeding and recovering from childbirth, it’s hard to get motivated to do much else.
Tips for Breastfeeding Success
Your baby is born with a suckling instinct that’s strongest in the first hour of birth. If you’re both well, take advantage of this so that breastfeeding is easier.
How to Help Your Body Recover from Childbirth
Looking after yourself is just as important as looking after your new baby. With confinement practiced by Chinese, Malays and Indians, most Singaporean mums understand that special care is needed to help themselves heal and recuperate after childbirth.
How to Burp Your Baby Comfortably
As your baby hungrily gulps down breast milk or formula, they’re also swallowing a lot of air. Since your newborn spends most of their time lying down, that air sits in their oesophagus and results in a gassy, cranky baby and spit up.