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Debbie Asila of Tatuu

By Babylove Network | December 22, 2016

Getting back to work ‘Leaving my baby and going back to work was the most difficult thing for me!’ She is a mother, a wife, a radio presenter, a musician and, recently, an actress. Meet Debbie Asila of the sensational Kenyan music trio, Tattuu, as she talks about how motherhood has affected her career and…

Taking care of a hiv-positive baby

By Babylove Network | November 9, 2016

Pediatric AIDS means AIDS in children. It results from infection of a child with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), which develops into full-blown Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). HIV destroys the body’s ability to fight diseases thereby putting the infected person at risk of opportunistic illnesses like tuberculosis, pneumonia, diarrhoea and herpes, which may eventually lead…

Coping with death of an infant; my baby died aged 3 months

By Babylove Network | November 3, 2016

One of my most difficult tasks after the death of my three-and-a-half-months-old baby was to make my five-year-old daughter, then my only other child, understand where her baby brother had gone to. Death of an infant is traumatising and the questions from young siblings are a daunting task. Unfortunately, virtually a daily one. The other…

Caring for baby’s navel

By Babylove Network | November 3, 2016

Babies receive nourishment and oxygen in the womb through the placenta, which is connected to the inner wall of the mother’s uterus. The placenta is connected to the baby by the umbilical cord through an opening in the baby’s abdomen(‘umbillicus’). The umbilical cord is the only channel of communication between the child and the mother during…

Emily’s balancing act!

By Babylove Network | December 22, 2016

Getting Married While In Campus Is a Big Enough Challenge. Add a Private CPA (certified public accountant) Course, A Baby Plus a Busy Businessman For a Husband! That’s Emily’s World, and She Copes Just fine! Emily Nyaboke was a student at Alliance Girls High School, when she met Boniface Birundu who at the time was…

Baby check-up – two weeks after delivery

By Babylove Network | November 8, 2016

Immediately a baby is born, the doctor or nurse who conducted the delivery must take an Apgar score. This refers to a scoring system used to assess the well being of the baby during its first minutes of life after delivery. It is done in every hospital in the country, be it public or private.…

Sexually assaulted babies

By Babylove Network | December 22, 2016

Child sexual abuse is still (sadly) a common occurrence. With cases dating back to our childhood as current parents and adults to present child molestation occurrences, these violation cases of our young ones are as heartbreaking as ever. Lessons of understanding on this issues as well as holistic recovery directives are imperative.

Baby breakfast disaster!

By Babylove Network | November 9, 2016

It was a fine morning, and an energetic Kuria did what he was accustomed to: as he left for work, he passed through where baby Wambui was sleeping, kissed her good bye and then rushed off. He was close to his daughter: he loved her very much. Every evening he made sure he brought his…

Thud-baby’s big fall

By Babylove Network | November 9, 2016

Baby proofing has become the new normal these days, as soon as the pattering of little feet begin to sound in our lives. Regardless of this extra measurement, we van never be too secure, prepared or “proofed-up” enough when it comes tod our little ones. The blink of an eye, slightest distraction or innocent oversight are the simplest differences it takes between a safe moment and an accident.

Tetanus-death around the corner!

By Babylove Network | December 22, 2016

Now that you have your newborn baby, one of your biggest tasks is ensuring that the baby stays free of disease and infection. Your baby should grow up into a strong and healthy person. You can ensure this by giving your child adequate nutrition, having him immunised against certain diseases, preventing other diseases and treating…