Messy kids game

Like many parents, you may not be a big fan of messy play. You probably think of the idea of crafts and finger painting as a fun thing to do, but the reality of glue, paint and glitter getting everywhere in the house and the inevitable clean-up operation that follows it prevents you from havingContinue reading

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child writing in a book

Young children tend to have messy handwriting and that’s normal. Learning to form letters and writing them correctly on paper to make words and sentences is a process that takes time and practice for kids to master. Messy handwriting becomes an issue when a child continues to struggle with it long after other kids haveContinue reading

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When our first son was born, I already knew the importance of tummy time – it strengthens the baby’s arms, chest, and core muscles, prepares the baby for sitting and crawling and help prevent flat head syndrome. I just didn’t know it should start as soon as babies are born! I remember when we took EthanContinue reading

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picture of pregnant woman

Becoming a mum has been one of my biggest wishes since before I even started dating or dreamed of getting married. Getting in the role of Matthew’s mum has certainly helped me grow in more ways I could have possibly imagined – one of them was increasing my low pain tolerance.

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baby carrier cover

Prior to becoming a mum, you prepare yourself for the childbirth experience, the supplies your baby would need on a daily basis, and the frequent sleepless nights. The last may fall hard on some of us, but not more than the fact some babies require you to hold them all the time. The reason forContinue reading

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Milk Supply cover

When you are a new mum, nothing can be more stressful than worrying if you’re producing enough breast milk to keep your baby happy and healthy. Unlike bottle-feeding, where you can tell exactly how much your baby is drinking, with breastfeeding you can’t know how much milk you have and how much your baby isContinue reading

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baby bath cover

When you’re new to parenthood, there are so many things that cross your mind as you tell yourself you’re not exactly parent-material and you dwell on all the fears. As it’s a beautiful yet challenging experience, it’s natural to feel this way. Now that I’ve had my share of trials and errors, as well asContinue reading

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Bathing your baby is not only necessary to keep them clean, but studies have shown that it’s critical for their cognitive and emotional development. During bath time, all the senses that are engaged encourage their brain to really focus. Plus, while there are many sleep aids to help your little one drift off with ease,Continue reading

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Toys Cover

Before becoming a mum of two, I was a person who was always spending the days in anxiety without any apparent reason. I was known among my family and friends as the overthinker, playing out various scenarios in my mind of how situations could unravel – in other words, stressing out over problems that didn’tContinue reading

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