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Effective Complementary Feeding

By Babylove Network | August 4, 2021

Without a doubt, exclusive breastfeeding provides the best start for your baby as far as the first four to six months of life are concerned. But as the baby grows, she needs more vitamins, more minerals, more proteins, and more carbohydrates! After a while, breast milk is just not enough – and its time to…

Baby Chat 36

By Babylove Network | July 30, 2021

Send your questions to: babylove@integral-media.co.ke Answers are provided jointly by our team of doctors Team Leader Dr. Blasio Omuga Lecturer, School of Nursing Sciences, University of Nairobi Consultant Obstetrician/Gynaecologist Based at Doctors’ Plaza, Clinic No. 18, Kenyatta National Hospital She can’t suckle! My daughter was born healthy. However, from day one, she has refused to…

Baby’s wardrobe turning heads

By Babylove Network | June 30, 2021

Image is everything. You want people to look at your baby and say ‘ … Oh he is so cute!’ That is why baby’s wardrobe tops the priority list of any mother-to-be. Not to worry, your baby can always keep the dashing look regardless of the lean economic times if you consider the points below. Gifts…

P for potato

By Babylove Network | July 22, 2021

Widely known for its nutritional value along with its taste and ease of cooking, the potato is the most popular vegetable in the world. Potatoes can be plain boiled, mashed, baked fried, chipped or stewed and can easily be combined with other ingredients. Natural potatoes are a good source of calories. A single serving of…

Weaning your baby -The right way

By Babylove Network | August 1, 2021

It is recommended that a baby exclusively breastfeeds for the first six months of his life. After that, or even earlier, alternative foods are introduced to his diet, a process called weaning. Weaning is best started from end of 3 months to 6 months depending on maternal, infant, socio economic and cultural factors. Until then,…

Another Chance (Part two)

By Babylove Network | July 22, 2021

In the last issue, we met Joseline, a young mother who was going through a harrowing delivery and post-delivery experience. Just when she was settling into the ward after her not-so-easy C-section, a nurse noticed that she was losing too much blood, and called for a doctor to attend to her). Here is what followed.…

Our VALENTINE baby

By Babylove Network | August 4, 2021

It is exhilarating to be a mother because I am not lonely unlike the days when I was pregnant. My hubby would leave for work and I would stay in the house alone from 7am to 10pm. My baby is one month old she will be turning two months on 14th of this month (April)…

Baby Naming BATTLES

By Babylove Network | July 23, 2021

Is a name worth the fight? ‘My  name is Cynthia Susan Scolastica Nyakega Wambui Mwangi,’ states a two-year-old girl. “Now where on earth did she get all those names?”, you wonder aloud. You are pregnant and suddenly you start to think about your baby’s names. Do you have a name for your baby? Have you…

The nanny-how you can influence her attitude

By Babylove Network | July 30, 2021

Your visits to the bureaus and the constant telephone calls to your relatives to help you get a house-help have come to an end because you have found a nanny you like. Both of you have ensured all job details have been put in place, an agreeable salary, a range of benefits, operational framework, work…

Save your Baby from Rickets

By Babylove Network | July 22, 2021

Vitamin D is essential in promoting absorption of calcium and phosphorus from the gastrointestinal tract, which children need to build strong bones. A deficiency of vitamin D makes it difficult to maintain proper calcium and phosphorus levels in their bones. If the body senses an imbalance of calcium and phosphorus in the bloodstream, it reacts…