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Accident-proof your home

By Babylove Network | July 22, 2021

We all relate the word ‘home’ to warmth, comfort, peace, safety, happiness among others. We need to make our children see it that way too. This would be by keeping if free from accidents, which bring lots of discomfort and even sadness. Make your home a place everyone loves to be with the following tips:…

Running tummies – Holding their horses

By Babylove Network | July 26, 2021

Back in my childhood days when I was about 7, I remember seeing my 2-year-old cousin very weak and fragile after an entire night’s bout of diarrhoea. My mother fed her a salt and sugar solution, which I later learnt was for hydration. For a long time, I never witnessed any other incident of a…

Dust mite havoc

By Babylove Network | July 26, 2021

You often hear people saying they are allergic to dust. But did you know that it’s hardly dust they are allergic to? Allergies are caused by tiny dust mites that you cannot see with your naked eye. Dust mites settle on carpets, curtains and cuddly toys and other house furnishing. But their favourite places are beds, where you mostly…

A mattress that says ‘Hush, baby hush…’

By Babylove Network | August 3, 2021

There is a lot of physical and mental development that takes place when a baby is asleep; which explains why sometimes the baby’s brain is more active during sleep than when awake. By age three, the average child has spent more time sleeping than all wakeful times combined—starting with 22 hours a day sleep in…

Frequently asked questions about infants and sleeping

By Babylove Network | August 4, 2021

Where should my baby sleep? For the first four to six weeks, and even for the first one and a half years if you can manage it, your baby should always sleep near you—in your room at night and near you in the daytime. This is a critical time for his adjustment to the outside…

Baby’s Bottoms – Cleaning them to bond

By Babylove Network | June 30, 2021

Cleaning your baby’s little bottoms the first few days after he shows up can be a nerve cringing moment. You want it squeaky clean because you know hygiene is extremely important, but again you do not want to harm his bottom. Well, cleaning baby’s bottom does not have to be a grueling and messy exercise…

My baby could not stop breastfeeding!

By Babylove Network | July 25, 2021

I had planned that when my baby gets to one year and three months,  I would conceive so that by the time she is two years I could have another baby. When I was breastfeeding her I never got my periods, so in a way breastfeeding worked for me as a family planning method. She…

Breastfeeding: Best for baby, best for you

By Babylove Network | August 3, 2021

Breastfeeding is a challenge encountered by all mothers. They have many anxieties, which is understandable. Breastfeeding has numerous advantages, including: o Ample opportunity for mother and baby to bond, o It is always available, sterile and always at the correct temperature. o It is easy to digest, and provides wholesome nutrition, because it has a…

Weaning time-Kiddies Menus

By Babylove Network | August 1, 2021

Your baby has just started eating solid food. So what should you as a parent prepare so as to become a super chef to a special little customer? There are plenty of options one can create to tease a little ones palette. A fruity yoghurt is a delicious and nutritious first food for babies Banana…

Give him playing armour – for less pain and less scars

By Babylove Network | July 22, 2021

It was a warm, sunny day-perfect for the outdoors. Pete went out to play soccer with his friends. In Pete’s neighbourhood, it was common to see young boys playing with no protective gear, and parents even thought that this would toughen them up. However, for Pete, that was no ordinary day and a few playful…