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Each Pregnant Magazine edition covers several topics. CLICK titles to read the articles. To choose another edition, scroll to the bottom of this page. Enjoy!

Why does my baby have nappy rash?

By Babylove Network | November 11, 2016

When babies experience any form of discomfort, it sets all at unease and households are restless until solutions are met. Nappy rash is one nagging bug when it comes to babies and discomfort. In this article, reasons, types, solutions and remedies to nappy rash are well explained…..

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.

Inverted nipple

By Babylove Network | November 11, 2016

To many, talking inverted nipples is an unheard of phenomenon. You may want to ask ‘how can a nipple be inverted?’ while some are contemplating how nipples can be inverted, others are wondering whether their nipples are inverted or not. Below is the story of Carol Gitonga who has had a difficult time  breastfeeding her babies because…

Terry Anne Chebet

By Babylove Network | December 22, 2016

Coping with post-delivery weight  TV newscaster, Terry Anne Chebet spoke to Emma Odaba on how she is regaining her shape after delivery. It is very easy to gain excess weight during pregnancy and after birth. After delivery, my mother-in-law fed me on all types of foodstuffs including the traditional njahi (black peas) and porridge. For…

My baby’s medicine overdose — she drank a bottle of bronchial syrup!

By Babylove Network | July 20, 2016

My baby’s medicine overdose — a brush with death, because I was “careless” for once, only once… I tucked in our nine month-old daughter under the warm blanket. Medicine overdose was no where near my mind. I had just administered some medicine to our two year-old son who slept in the same bedroom. He was…

Baby naming battles

By Babylove Network | November 9, 2016

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…

Baby infections at home – and how to avoid them

By Babylove Network | December 22, 2016

Germs and bacteria are literally all around us. As parents, we get immensely paranoid at everything and everyone that comes into contact with our little ones. As well we should be. We as adults are at times walking contanct transmitters of different bugs and viruses….Germs and bacteria are literally all around us. As parents, we get immensely paranoid at everything and everyone that comes into contact with our little ones. As well we should be. We as adults are at times walking contanct transmitters of different bugs and viruses….

Breastfeeding tips

By Babylove Network | December 22, 2016

Mums share their experiences ‘My baby is refusing to breastfeed!’ This is a common statement made by first-time mums, after a nurse gives them the baby to breastfeed for the first time. Frustrated and confused, they end up crying. First-time mums must be painfully familiar with this scenario. Esther Wahome who delivered her second child-…

Does your baby have jaundice?

By Babylove Network | December 22, 2016

Have you seen a newborn baby with yellow skin or yellow eyeballs? If yes, chances are the baby Is suffering from jaundice. If your baby has jaundice do not be alarmed: the condition is common, and can be treated effectively- but if neglected severe jaundice can harm your baby. Causes of Jaundice Jaundice is the…

Dehydration can kill your child!

By Babylove Network | November 9, 2016

Dehydration is one of the most common conditions, that affect infants and toddlers. It often occurs as a result of loss of body fluids through vomiting, fever or diarrhoea. Babies may get dehydrated quickly when they lose a lot of water and salts. If not hospitalized immediately, dehydration can cause serious complications and even lead…