For Parents


Breastfeeding Mums share: 5 Foods that Boost Milk Supply

1 August 2019

During the first six months of a baby’s life, breast milk is the perfect food as it is tailored towards the baby’s requirements for healthy development. In addition, breast milk also strengthens the baby’s gut and provides lifelong benefitsfor both mother and baby. Breastfeeding mums require an extra 300 to 500 calories on top of […]

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4 ways to keep baby comfortable during bottle feeding

30 July 2019

Newborn babies are soft and fragile, and it does take a bit of skill to handle them properly.   It is not uncommon to see first-time parents at a loss as to how to carry, bathe and feed their newborn baby properly. New parents, check this bottle feeding guide to see which teat to choose […]

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Pregnancy Week 13 – 16: The Start of Second Trimester

5 July 2019

Of the three trimesters, the second trimester is said to be the most comfortable and easiest as most nasty symptoms such as nausea and fatigue begin to ease off.   If that doesn’t happen to you, unfortunately you could be one of the few women whose symptoms continue through the fourth and fifth months, or […]

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A ‘Thank you’ Letter to My Child’s Father

28 June 2019

To the father of my children,   Mothers are often put in the spotlight as the ones who sacrifice their all for the family. While that’s not untrue, fathers are given a lot less credit for what they do. Fathers provide more than financial support but also emotionally. I want you to know that you’re […]

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Safe & Natural Ways to Clean Baby’s Milk Bottles

26 June 2019

Baby’s milk bottles need to be cleaned thoroughly after each milk feed to prevent the growth of nasty bacteria that may lead to severe tummy upsets. They in turn can lead to serious consequences for infants who have yet to build up their immune system.   While regular dishwashing detergent gets the job done, improper […]

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4 Reasons Why Breast Milk Supply Decreases

12 June 2019

Breast milk is termed as the perfect food for infants and babies as it contains all the necessary nutrients required for development and is customised from mother to her baby. It provides antioxidants, strengthens immunity and promotes gut health.   Fathers can do their part to support their partners on the breastfeeding journey, which can […]

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Pregnancy week 10 – 13: The First Trimester is almost over

7 June 2019

You’re at the last lap of the first trimester, pregnant mummies! At this stage, you might notice that your baby bump is showing. If this is your first pregnancy, your bump may take longer to show as the abdominal skin is still taut.   It might be a little early to buy maternity dresses, but […]

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Fun Activities Parents can Engage Your Babies

23 May 2019

Between the age of 6 to 12 months old, your little one is more alert and eager to explore the world. Your curious baby is all ready to play and interact with you, as he/she develops physically, emotionally and mentally. Some of the fun activities parents can engage your babies in, as they work their […]

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4 Easy Right Brain Activities to Play with Kids at Home

22 May 2019

A child’s brain develops at exponential speed from during the first three years, with the right brain being more dominant until around three years old. The left brain is responsible for controlling the right side of the body. Functions include logic, language, reasoning, Science and Math, number skills and analytical thought. The right brain is […]

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Why You shouldn’t take Your Baby’s Food Refusal too Seriously

21 May 2019

So you offer your baby something once and they make a face. “ok – no biggie, we try again tomorrow!  Oooh they made the face again. Hmm…maybe they don’t like it?  Let’s try one more time.  GAHH!  They barely even touched it!  Should I try again?  Ugh….I give up….guess she just doesn’t like blueberries!”.  <<the […]

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