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Breastfeeding mums, avoid these milk killers!

13 July 2019

Milk killers are the opposite of milk boosters. Instead of increasing milk supply, these foods do the opposite and cause a drop in milk supply.   If you are a breastfeeding mum who is not intending to wean your baby yet, it is best to avoid the listed foods if they have been shown to […]

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Baby Vision Development: From Birth to 12 months old

5 April 2019

Newborn babies enter the world with extremely limited vision, which explains their quizzical look. Over the next few weeks and months, their vision will gradually improve until they have an almost complete vision at about six months old.   Birth to 3 Months Old Even though a baby’s visual development begins in the womb, newborns […]

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Tips on Preparing Your Child for Childcare or Preschool

8 January 2019

Entering preschool or childcare is a milestone for both parents and child. Educators at the childcare centre typically take care of the child for up to 12 hours each school day, so that means a large part of their day is spent with trusted adults in a safe place.   The transition to a new […]

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Quick Tips for Potty Training Your Son

4 December 2018

Potty training little boys is a process that requires cooperation and consistent encouragement from caregivers. Toilet training typically starts from 18 months of age in advanced countries where diapers are heavily relied on. The best time to start is when your son shows signs of readiness, and during a time where no major changes are […]

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Meal Ideas for Vegetarian Pregnant Mums

20 November 2018

Pregnant women need to ensure their diets include essential nutrients and avoid taking potentially harmful foods during pregnancy.   Vegetarians do not consume meat for a variety of reasons, and pregnant mums who are vegetarians may be concerned about obtaining sufficient nutrients in their diet. Can pregnant women maintain their vegetarian diets while supporting a […]

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