Category “Oh Baby!”
Now that you are a new mum and after the newborn fog has lifted, you may be thinking about how you can get back to your pre-pregnancy weight. In Shape Mummy's dietitian, Julies gives us some healthy tips on how to feel good again.
Sleep is the number one issue facing new and not so new parents these days.
The initial excitement of a new baby’s arrival can quickly turn to into a highly stressful and exhausting time for all.
Steph is a qualified Baby & Child Sleep Consultant, registered nurse, mum to 3 children and based in Melbourne. She gives us some ideas on what healthy sleep foundations are in the article below.
Being a new parent can be hard, overwhelming, isolating and exhausting with little to no sleep. Parents need time out for self-care and looking after themselves. The Gidget Foundation supports new and expectant parents by providing programs and support services to families suffering emotional distress.
Breastfeeding can be one of the most rewarding experiences between a mum and baby, but it can also be a time of frustration and anxiety. Often we question, is my baby latching properly? Do I have enough milk? Are they feeding enough?
Mum look at me, I’m awake!! Does your baby wake up after one sleep cycle looking fresh and ready to go, only to start acting like they haven’t slept for a week 30-45 minutes later? Sounds like you have a cat napper on your hands!
Fever seems to be the most misunderstood symptom of sickness in children. Perhaps there is a lack of knowledge, education and recognition, but parents and health professionals alike all seem to have differing opinions and treatment suggestions for fever.
No wonder parents are anxious and confused when it comes to fever!
On average, a child will use about 7,000 nappies in their lifetime. So it makes sense to think carefully about what kind of nappy you wish to buy for your little one. Like anything, there are pros and cons when using cloth nappies or disposable nappies.
Here, we dive into the topic and share our top picks for nappy brands in 2020.
Eat for Baby's motto regarding food for breastfeeding is that it needs to be abundant, nutritious, edible with one hand, low crumb (to protect babies head!!) and can be made ahead of time. Try making the recipe below for yourself or for a mum who needs a nice energy boost, especially during the postpartum period.
After giving birth the Postpartum period is one of life's greatest opportunities to transform and ensure future health. Traditionally this was a time of convalescence - rest and recovery - something we can all keep in mind for ourselves and other new mamas.
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