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6 Essential Items To Furnish Your Baby’s Room With

6 Essential Items To Furnish Your Baby’s Room With

When you’re furnishing a baby’s room, there are some essentials that you need to get. Some are available in most stores, others you may need to find elsewhere such as […]

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Breastfeeding Essentials That All New Moms Need

Breastfeeding Essentials That All New Moms Need

By Neha Divan The beginning of motherhood is full of challenges. New mums need all the help they can get, especially if it is your first time. After giving birth, […]

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Having A Newborn Can Be Overwhelming: Here’s How To Make It Easier

Having A Newborn Can Be Overwhelming: Here’s How To Make It Easier

Having a newborn can be an incredibly rewarding experience, but it can also be quite overwhelming. If you’re feeling unprepared or uncertain about what to do when it comes to […]

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Swaddle Your Baby The Right Way By Following These Tips

Swaddle Your Baby The Right Way By Following These Tips

The practice of swaddling has been famous over centuries. It is beneficial for various reasons. It can help in calming the baby, putting them to sleep easier and faster and […]

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Embracing Your Postpartum Body And Ignoring The Pressure To “Bounce Back”

Embracing Your Postpartum Body And Ignoring The Pressure To “Bounce Back”

Every new mom is sick of celebrity “body after baby” stories. Women who gave birth yesterday and today lay next to the pool in a two-piece swimsuit promote unrealistic goals. […]

Health

Pregnancy And Mental Illness – What To Be Aware Of & How To Stay Healthy For Your Baby

Pregnancy And Mental Illness – What To Be Aware Of & How To Stay Healthy For Your Baby

By Susan Josh A journey from the day when a woman finds out that she is expectant and facing the exciting prospect of expanding her family, to a moment when […]

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How I Survived My Quarter Life Crisis…

How I Survived My Quarter Life Crisis…

Are you feeling panicked about where your life is (or isn’t) going? If so, you are not alone: It’s so common for people in their mid-to-late 20s/early 30s to melt […]