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Pregnancy week 17 – 20: the start of second trimester

2 August 2019

Congratulations and welcome to the second trimester -you’re almost at the halfway mark!   Many pregnant mums call this the “honeymoon period” as their energy levels seem to bounce back during this time. Also, your dresses from pre-pregnancy days might start to feel tighter, so you might want to swap them out for dresses with […]

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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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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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Pregnancy Weeks 6-9: Congratulations on your pregnancy!

8 May 2019

Congratulations! You may have just found out that you’re expecting and the news may be a little shocking. Pregnancy symptoms are starting to become more obvious and you may experience morning sickness. Some women have a severe type of morning sickness called hyperemesis gravidarum, characterised by severe nausea, vomiting, weight loss and possibly depression. Thankfully, […]

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How to Wash and Care for Milk Bottles Effectively and Efficiently?

24 April 2019

The fundamental basics are to wash milk bottles immediately after use, rinse thoroughly and dry as both infant formula milk powder and breast milk leave an oily residue. Did you know that there is more to caring for your baby’s milk bottles? If your baby is below six months old, their immune system is still […]

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Pregnancy Week 1-5: Preparing to Conceive

16 April 2019

Are you and your partner planning for a baby? If so, it is vital that ladies start on folic acid supplement ideally two months before conceiving to reduce baby’s risk of neural tube defects, congenital heart defects, cleft palate and cleft lip. The recommended dosage is 400mcg daily. Prior to conceiving, here are some of the things […]

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Let’s Play: Animals in the Zoo (Free Printable)

24 February 2019

Identify and trace the names of the animals.   Cut along the lines and piece the Animal Puzzle pieces together before a trip to the Zoo to spot them!   Theme: Zoo Animals      Activity Experience This puzzle activity promotes logical problem-solving skills, hand-eye coordination and encourages young learners to be focused. Your little […]

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Benefits of Cooking with Kids

15 February 2019

Cooking with kids has plenty of benefits for both parent and child. It is an essential self-care skill to possess, and an essential survival skill which would benefit him even as an adult. With the right equipment and guided opportunity to cook, your little one could very well grow up to become the next celebrity […]

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7 Reasons Why Children Need Outdoor Play

14 December 2018

Children today spend about 4 hours a week on average playing outside, about half the time their parents did playing outdoors. A large amount of time spent indoors is a contributing factor to myopia and other health problems.   Outdoor play is not only beneficial, but it is necessary for young children to grow and […]

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