Recommended Resources

Guide For New Parents To Bathe A Baby

Until the point, an infant begins getting down and dirty on the ground, an everyday shower is not required. If truth be told, your infant will just truly require a shower a few times every week — initially a sponge bath, until the point when his umbilical string stump falls off (around one to 5 weeks after birth), at that point a child tub bath, and in the long run a tub shower, when infant can sit up without the help of anyone else and exceeds the newborn child tub. 

Ways to Keep Your Baby Warm at Night

Small babies cannot regulate their body temperature according to the weather. Babies completely rely on their parents to keep their nursery warm, cozy and comfortable enough to sleep. Always make sure that your baby is warm and comfortable enough at night. Altering the room temperature and protecting your baby from cold or overheat is a challenging task for parents.

A Guide to Breastfeeding Your Baby

Breastfeeding is a rewarding motherhood responsibility. You get to bond with your baby at a height that’s simply magical. Whether you get it right or wrong the first time, does nothing to spoil your magic moment.

Breastfeeding in Public and at Work

The challenges faced by mothers who breastfeed in public and at work cannot be overlooked. There are individuals who speak negatively about and to moms who breastfeed in public. Some employers restrict working moms from breastfeeding or expressing milk at work. For employees who do, time used is unpaid for.