Worried about what you are giving your baby is nutritious enough or no? Well, the store counters are bursting with food choices for your little one but how do you know which is the best & most healthy food for your baby? When you trust no one, trust yourself. Homemade cereal has [Read more…]
Gas, stomach pain, colic are common baby problems but can get quite painful for your little one. There are thousands of remedies suggested by nurses, paediatricians, etc; but sometimes [Read more…]
Dates date back to the prehistoric times and were cultivated in Egypt but traders spread this surprisingly nutritious fruit to countries like South West Asia, northern Africa, and Spain, among others. But today it is one of the most sought-after fruit in every part of the world and [Read more…]
Nails are often the ignored parts of one’s body. The only time we pay any attention when they grow annoyingly long. But with babies, you can’t afford to wait that long. Parents have to keep an eye on the baby’s nail growth as [Read more…]
Having a child is as much fun as it is a responsibility. Caring for it, looking after its safety & health, feeding it etc takes time of course but more than anything else it takes a whole lot of compassion. Children when exposed to pets who need as much care as children, develop a unique bond with each other. One protects the other and [Read more…]
When was the last time you got your child’s eyes checked? Well, if it’s been too long, it is not an ideal situation. Research states that 1 in 5 children have undetected eye problems, so if you’ve not been regular at the optometrist/ophthalmologist clinic, you better start! Your child’s first eye-check up should be at the age of 3 and after that once every two years. It’s often misconstrued that eye-check ups for your child can begin only when he/she starts reading but, some [Read more…]
Every new mother sleeps and wakes up with only one thing in mind-what else do I give my baby to eat. The first 6-12 months are crucial and build the foundation for your baby’s growth & development. Well, that doesn’t mean you must spend sleepless nights thinking about [Read more…]
Prevention is better than cure! So, let’s begin this blog with a few tips on how you can avoid a diaper rash on your baby.
Give your baby some time without the diaper before you change to a new one. Clean the diaper area with a soft cloth and use little drops of water, just a few squirts from a bottle. You can use wipes but be gentle, don’t rub too hard. Use a mild soap for bath and [Read more…]
Something which has been done for generations together-oil massaging. Grandmothers and aunts used to sit around the new mother and the baby and give both a full body oil massage and a hot water bath. Well, we might not have those beautiful moments anymore, but oil is still the No. 1 nourishment the hair needs. Oil provides the optimum moisture needed for the scalp to stay non-itchy and flake-free…
Travelling with your baby for the first time? Well, it’s going to be an adventure no doubt, right from packing for your baby till you return.
So let’s begin with packing for your baby’s first trip.
To ensure your baby’s unlimited entertainment: your baby’s favourite toy is a must! Travelling includes planning and [Read more…]