Now I understand why some mommies can get post natal depression! *Disclaimer: this post is not to deter you from giving birth or be scared about having a baby, view it as a possible solution to the endless cry. If you are currently struggling with baby’s cry ……you might finally see an end to it! (yep! this can be done!) The one thing that bothers me the most after giving birth to Eli is his cry. Yes the sleepless nights are unbearable but the worst for me… ….his cry! I’m usually a happy person so when I heard his constant
Do you have in mind the best baby product essentials of 2017? 2017 has been overwhelmed with all sorts of high tech baby stuff, ranging from electric thermometers to video baby monitors, but do we really need them? For me, the best baby product essentials of 2017 have to fulfil quite a few criteria. Foremost, it has to significantly help with/ solve the problem. Secondly, it has to save time. Thirdly, ease of use. Last but not least, the price has to be reasonable. If you are expecting or currently drawing up a list of baby essentials, read on.
The one sport your baby can do naturally… can you guess what it is? yep, you are right! it’s swimming! Science have proved that baby can instinctively hold their breath under water from birth to approximately 6 months due to a bradycardic reflex, which is part of the mammalian diving reflex. When the face of an infant is exposed to cold water, the heart slows down and blood is shifted away from the peripheral muscles to conserve oxygen for the brain and heart, and they typically hold their breath. This doesn’t mean babies are born with the ability
I am writing this post because a few of my friend’s kids have eczema, including my son who has it since he was 3-month-old. It seems fairly common these days. I am no expert in this but I want to share with you my experience regarding eczema and the useful things I have done fighting it. when we went to the GP, all he did was saying he got eczema and gave him some emulsifying ointment to put on when skin is dry. Apart from that, he wanted to prescribe some mild steroid for Eli but I refused as I
Yes it’s hard, it’s very hard…but, you can do this! No matter what method you use for delivering the child, the first month of giving birth is always the hardest, you need to juggle between everything! you need to feed the baby 24/7, recover from the wound, talk to the world about the good news, not to mention finding time for rest and sleep. The only thing you want is a good night’s sleep. But guess what? you would probably be woken up a few times at night for the first month at least. after the first month, things will get