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Month four – Mr & Miss Personality

By Babylove Network | July 31, 2021

It is common find mothers comparing their babies trying to figure out whether their development, behaviours, feeding and sleeping patterns are similar. Many get anxious whenever their babies don’t respond well to their growth milestones. Although it is perfectly normal for a baby not to be at par with another of a similar age, most…

Help! I cannot love my baby

By Babylove Network | July 6, 2021

Loving your baby is not something a mother will question, let alone discuss. For, is it not supposed to come naturally? What happens when you as a mother cannot bring yourself to love your newborn baby? And how is it possible that a mother can carry her child for nine months only to resent her…

Your Word 32

By Babylove Network | August 2, 2021

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Oral hygiene

By Babylove Network | July 30, 2021

Cleaning your baby’s gums Even before your baby gets the first tooth, it is advisable to clean his gums every day. Breast milk, formula and baby foods have natural sugar that needs to be removed from the toddler’s gums after feeding. The bacteria in the mouth cannot harm the gums before the teeth emerge, but it can be hard to tell when the teeth start…

Making the red stop – when the nose bleeds

By Babylove Network | July 22, 2021

The sight of blood-can be scary even to the strongest of us. Children too get scared of nose bleeding. The truth is most nose-bleeds are actually not as bad as they look, and a panicky child will only make the bleeding worse. Most nosebleeds occur in the front part of the nose and last only a few…

Weaning – The best way how

By Babylove Network | July 22, 2021

I am at that age when most of my peers are having their first baby. When the weekend comes and goes, the one thing that I can aptly account for is a visit to see these bundles of joy. I keep a catalog that I religiously cancel out who I have visited and plan for…

Eat well – but keep it affordable!

By Babylove Network | July 23, 2021

Going through a copy of a journal of the American Pregnancy Association, I came across an article titled ”Suitable nutrition for pregnant women’’ which was interesting and delightful to read because it gave some very reasonable suggestions. I was particularly excited because the article discussed a question many pregnant women ask themselves, their nutritionists and…

Adopting a child-the gestation…

By Babylove Network | August 3, 2021

Though you may long for the experience of birthing a child, the real experience of fulfillment lies in pouring yourself into their little lives and seeing what your care produces. Michelle Mckinney Hammond – Foster Mother of Nicole and Elsie. You may be in the category that finds adoption as good as fiction. Locally, we…

Child gloom and panicky spells—handling them

By Babylove Network | July 30, 2021

Depression is a psychological disorder caused by changes in the chemistry of the brain and which negatively affects the overall demeanour of a person. Contrary to past studies where depression was rarely diagnosed in children, recent increase in cases of depression amongst children has prompted those in the medical field to put more thought in…

Honey pleeeeze!

By Babylove Network | July 22, 2021

We are heading to the clinic for the flu Jab and I have beads of sweat on my forehead. From what? You may wonder. Well, for the last 4 minutes I have been trying to force a baby boot on my boy’s foot. The exercise has been exasperating because the little bootie will simply not…