Dressing post-partum. How to feel good and look good.

  The time to make sartorial statements will come – in the days that follow giving birth your focus should (and automatically will steer towards) being comfortable. Having said that, we have always been firm believers that with a few simple techniques one does not negate the other and comfort and style indeed do go ...
How to get bath time right!

Let’s face it – baths for children are not about getting clean; while being a highly desired outcome for the (at times frustrated) parent. Each bath comes with the promise of a makeshift waterpark-alike adventure, complete with squirt toys, inflatables and lots and lots of foam – and the mess that comes with the proverbial ...
What Do You Know About Their First Haircut?

What do you know about their first haircut? They’re your newborn baby, not more than a few months old, but their hair is growing fast and you can’t ignore it any longer. Do you know how to cut it yourself? Here are some helpful instructions. How Do You Cut Their Hair Yourself? Necessary Steps 1| ...
5 Ways to Soothe Your Baby’s Eczema

Don’t let eczema be the bane of your little ones’ childhood. Here’s everything you need to know about soothing the skin condition permanently. It starts with a rash and turns into an itch that never quite goes away. Eczema - or ‘Atopic Dermatitis’, isn’t uncommon, as it affects 15 to 20 percent of children around ...
Common Mistakes Parents Make While Hiring a Nanny

Hiring a nanny for your child is not a simple process and can be quite stressful. While you can contact reputable recruitment agencies through online platforms like ServiceMarket to employ a nanny, the hiring process does not end here. In order to employ the right person for your kids you need to not only interview ...
Summer hazards – 14 things you need to know

As the weather warms up, it's important to know how to protect children from the usual summer hazards - ie sunburn, camping stoves, wasp stings - but to be aware of specific heat dangers too The main risks during a heatwave are dehydration, overheating, heat exhaustion and heatstroke. 1. Stay hydrated Babies and infants are more ...
A Parent’s Checklist For Children’s Oral Health

As a parent, it’s only natural to want the best for your kids — and there’s no doubt that laying a good foundation for their future includes caring for their overall oral health. Even before your children have teeth, you can take steps to care for their mouths. From wiping your infant’s gums with a ...
Why to Preserve your Kid Teeth Stem Cells

Tooth stem cells are special cells found inside baby teeth, a tissue that is called "Dental Pulp". They are part of "mesenchymal stem cells” that can change into bone, muscle, cartilage, nerve and blood vessels. Banking Stem cells can be collected from baby teeth as they naturally loosen, from wisdom teeth being extracted, or from ...
Breastfeeding: going back to the past to secure our future

Prior to the 1980s everyone all over the world was breastfed. If a mother couldnt breastfeed she would give her baby to a wet nurse to feed. Then formula was introduced and everyone belived that formula was better than breastmilk. Mothers first used to make formula in their kitchens, then they where manufactured in factories. ...