Motherhood is a subject that is both difficult and overwhelming to write about. The essence of being a mother is nearly endless, considering the multiple hats that she wears. The responsibilities of a mother include being a friend, disciplinarian, and teacher, are all rolled into one individual. How can someone perform the never-ending roles of a mother without expecting anything in return? Mothers are loving and selfless human beings. When everything else goes wrong, a mother will always be there, to the rescue.
Some degree of anxiety and moodiness are to be expected in new mothers. Postpartum blues usually starts after a few days from giving birth and often goes on for no longer than two weeks. But if you, or a love one, continue to be irritable for more than a couple of weeks, please read on.
Taking your newborn baby home can be both thrilling and challenging, most especially for new moms. You are on your own now, and you worry that you are not doing the best for your baby. That is why most new moms resort to visiting their trusted pediatrician to get the answers they need. But these visits can be too much—not to mention, costly.
Going home with your newborn is thrilling, but it can be terrifying too. Babies have many needs, such as diaper changes, frequent feedings, sponge baths, and many more. Expect that the first month caring for your newborn will not be easy. Here is our guide to make those first few weeks with your baby a bit easier.
Newborn Care Tips: Handling, Bonding, and Soothing Techniques Congratulations! After nine months of waiting, your little one is finally going to make an appearance! You have made it through the hard stuff—labor and delivery—and now you are all set, only to realize that taking care of a baby is the simplest, yet the most difficult thing you are going Read More