Pregnant with twins and think that you’ll have to eat more than someone pregnant with one baby? It’s a myth. Even if you’re carrying twins, you’ll have the same regular, balanced diet as compared to [Read more…]
Soothing a baby is no easy task and you would know this only if you’re a mother. And not any mother, only new young mothers. Generally when there’s a crying baby not only people who don’t have children jump in with advice, but even people who were once upon a time young parents offer you a range of advise-all of which don’t help much when your [Read more…]
Finding it difficult to keep a tab on your nursing time? Looking for recommendations for a new school or a baby product?
There are a number of apps available today for parenting-on-the go! Get the latest blogs, monitor feeding charts, become part of parent forums for advice…sounds interesting? here’s our pick : [Read more…]
As pollution levels keep rising, we become more and more vulnerable to chronic respiratory conditions and our hectic schedules too, force us to neglect our eating habits making us easy victims to digestive conditions. In such times superfoods like millets, ghee, turmeric, amla, makhana etc are always suggested to build immunity. But did you know that ginger
If you catch your baby spitting after a meal, don’t worry it’s normal and is called acid reflux or gastroesophageal reflux (GER). The upward movement of food & acid from the stomach, into the oesophagus and coming out through the mouth is what causes the little one to spit a little after a meal. One of the many reasons why moms often [Read more…]
If you think your baby is geared up to brace the harsh winters with some woolen sweaters, socks & cap, you’re probably mistaken. You’ve missed out one important winter weapon-moisturiser. Soft baby skin is the most vulnerable to the aridness of winter and [Read more…]
Have you ever thought about adding spices to your baby’s food? Something stopping you from spicing your little one’s food? Well, the good news is there’s no harm adding spices like vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg, basil, oregano or any other spice or herb your family has been cooking and eating. In fact, many Asian and Latino countries introduce their babies to spices which are very basic to their cuisine. So, if you’re interested in doing the same with your baby, don’t wait [Read more…]