Many parents and caregivers worry about sleep deprivation in the early months of their little one’s life. Despite many babies not being born great sleepers, there is so much that we can do as parents and caregivers to establish long-term, healthy sleep habits right from birth.

Following my C-section, my body just didn’t feel “together”. The struggle with getting my body to feel and look normal was daunting. One thing that helped me feel more confident was wearing a postpartum belt, which is why I recommend that my patients purchase one and add it to the list of “must-haves” for their hospital delivery bags.

Traveling with your baby can cause a bit of anxiety beforehand, especially if it’s your first long trip. Here are a few different travel tips to better prepare for your journey so it becomes a memorable experience for both you and your little one.

Getting ready before you conceive is the ultimate start to becoming a new parent. If you know the dos and don’ts, you’ll have a smooth transition from singlehood to being a full-fledged mom. 

We must try to remember that behaviour is learnt, that we have the power to influence a babies’ behaviour positively or negatively and that we need to set our expectations based upon their developmental ability, circumstance and age.
Childbirth is a natural part of creation, and biological women alone are able and privileged to experience this phenomenal feat of bringing new life into the world. The natural process of giving birth is truly remarkable, however, medical intervention became a necessity to reduce infant mortality rates.
When you're pregnant, you need to be concerned about your nutritional needs and be as safe as possible. This is because your baby depends on you for sound health. So, your primary aim is to work on staying healthy until your baby arrives.

Morning sickness includes nausea and vomiting and could also include aversion to certain foods. Many women have a keener sense of smell which makes morning sickness much worse. Morning sickness is not restricted to the first half of the day either – it could hit at any time.

While ultrasounds and pregnancy tests are the main approaches to find out whether you're pregnant, there are different signs and symptoms of pregnancy you can pay special attention to. 

Pregnancy is a beautiful time in a woman’s life, but it can also bring on a flood of conflicting emotions, from excitement to fear and more. One way to ensure the best pregnancy care from the start is by scheduling prenatal care checkups as soon as you know you’re pregnant.

Pregnancy is made up of three trimesters and each comes with its symptoms, including physical and physiological changes. Knowing your bodily changes will help you understand and prepare yourself for what you may experience each trimester as well as how best to deal with it.

It’s no secret that we are living in a worrying, stressful, and confusing time. The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has shaken the world and changed pretty much everything, piling a lot of stress and pressure on new moms and their families.

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