Sunday, January 24, 2021

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Breastfeeding helps mama heal faster in the postpartum, helping her uterus return to pre-pregnancy size faster and lowering overall postpartum blood loss. So mums, breastfeed your little ones and stay healthy, remember, A healthy mom – A happy mom!
HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU WASH YOUR BABY'S HAIR? Washing your baby’s hair once or twice a week is fine, your baby’s hair produces very little oil, so you don’t need to wash his hair everyday. If your baby has cradle cap (a greasy, yellowish, scaly rash that appears in patches on the scalps of young infants), you may want to wash...

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DID U KNOW: Breastfeeding reduces mama’s risk of ovarian and breast cancer, heart disease, and osteoporosis.  The longer you breastfeed, the higher the benefit. Happy feeding!

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Breastfeeding can help mums return to her pre-baby weight.  It takes 1000 calories a day on average to produce breast milk.  Women are advised to consume an extra 500 calories a day, and the body dips into reserves it built up in pregnancy to make the rest (it’s important to consume those extra calories or the body actually goes...
At first, bathing your baby may seem like a huge task, with all the things you have to remember before starting the bath. It will get easier day by day. Soon, your baby's bath becomes another routine you'll enjoy and do it like a pro! Get everything ready in advance Before you start your baby's bath, ensure you have all the...

Roll Over

WHEN DO BABIES ROLL OVER? Once your baby has head control, and around the sometime that she learns to sit down on her own with support, she’ll learn to roll over. Your baby may be able to kick herself over, from her tummy to her back, at around 4 months. It may take her until she's about 5 or 6 months...
GIVING YOUR BABY A MASSAGE Massage is a great way for you to express your love and care for your baby. It can soothe your baby and help her to sleep. Massage hasmany added benefits for your baby, including improving weight gain, helps in digestion, improves circulation, and eases  teething pain. Massage is a great way for you  to bond with...

Breast Feeding

Breast Feeding is the normal way of providing your baby with the nutrients they need for healthy growth and development. Almost all mothers can breastfeed, provided they have the right information, the health care system and the support of their family. Colostrum, the yellowish, sticky breast milk produced at the end of pregnancy, is recommended by WHO as the...

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HOW TO HELP YOUR BABY TO CRAWL Tummy time. From the start, give your baby tummy time long before your baby's ready to crawl. Placing your baby on his tummy and playing with him while he’s awake and alert for several minutes a few times a day will help to develop muscles that he needs to crawl. Incentives to move. The best and...
Most newborns sleep anywhere from 2-4 hours at a time. So the number of naps your baby takes in a day depends on his age and  how long he’s been napping for. As your baby gets older (about 6 to 8 weeks), their naps will combine into fewer, but longer naps, per day. Don’t forget to catch a wink when...

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