You and your baby

Parenting guide for mothers and fathers

My Newborn Baby

Posted by on Nov 19, 2008 in Parenting, Pregnancy, Questions & Answers, You and your baby | 2 comments


If you are new to parenting then you might have a lot of questions that you would like to be answered. Well this is normal and I believe that you are not alone. Let us see if we can cover some of the questions you might have 🙂

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You and your newborn baby

Posted by on Nov 3, 2008 in Parenting, Pregnancy, You and your baby | 0 comments


What to expect when your baby is born!

Consider the fact, that you will be spending all your time with your newborn baby and that every baby has their own unique entities and characteristics, things like the shape of their ears, hands and feet.

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Baby Sleep Routine

Posted by on Oct 6, 2008 in Parenting, You and your baby | 0 comments

Newborn babies spend most of their time sleeping and feeding and on top of this they can’t distinguish between night and day. And, Yes it is natural to worry while they are asleep, just follow they guidelines and tuck them to bed on their back – which is safer.

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BPA Plastic concerns

Posted by on Jul 11, 2008 in Parenting, You and your baby | Comments Off on BPA Plastic concerns

If you have concerns about bisphenol-a in plastics you should read this to know what this is and to take action.

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Baby Blues

Posted by on Jun 4, 2008 in Parenting, You and your baby | 0 comments

They call it the blues. What is it and how to cope with it? The idea of feeling depressed once your baby is born may seem unlikely, or even bizarre, but a dose of the baby blues or postnatal depression is perfectly normal.

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Immunization

Posted by on Apr 15, 2008 in Parenting, You and your baby | 11 comments

Immunization is an important means of protecting your child/baby from certain “life-threatening” illnesses. Great thank to vaccine programs, many of these threats have been more or less eradicated.

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