5 Easy Ways to Prevent Diaper Rash
If you’ve ever had a rash, you know how uncomfortable it can be. So imagine how much worse it’d be for your baby with their sensitive skin.
How to Set Up an Efficient Changing Station
Newborn babies can easily go through 10 diapers a day, so before your baby arrives, it’s a good idea to make sure you’ve got all the supplies you need and a safe, functional, baby-friendly area set up for diaper duty.
Scoop on Newborn Poop
It’s funny how many parents start to obsess over everything their babies do, right down to what’s in their diaper. To be fair though, your baby’s poop can tell you a lot about their health, so it is useful to pay more attention to those dirty diapers.
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.
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Mummies to-be, are you hearing not-so-great stories about breaking rest and a million diaper changes? It really isn’t that bad – if you are well prepared!.
Separation Anxiety in Toddlers
Does your toddler cry, become anxious and have emotional meltdowns whenever you leave the room? Do they clutch at your legs, refuse to separate and wail non-stop until they get picked up?
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10 Unexpected Ways to Soothe a Crying Baby
You’ve fed, changed, burped, cuddled, swaddled. You’re pretty sure your baby isn’t too hot or too cold, under stimulated or overstimulated. They’re not sick, uncomfortable or teething.
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.
Coping with New Baby
There can be a whole range of challenges that parents face in first weeks of becoming a parent. Some examples include recovering from birth, breastfeeding, and settling your baby.
Preparation Guide for your Newborn
Mummies to-be, are you hearing not-so-great stories about breaking rest and a million diaper changes? It really isn’t that bad – if you are well prepared! So read up – here’s everything you need to know about preparing for junior.
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.
Return of Your Period
If you are fully breastfeeding, that is no supplementary feeds, it is likely you will not get your period until you have started to reduce the number of feeds your baby is having. This is not a rule and some women find their period returns quickly