Pets and brand new babies don’t sound like a sensible combination; after all, four-legged creatures aren’t exactly particular about personal hygiene, and newborns’ delicate ecosystems are surely not robust enough to withstand whatever the cat dragged in – and then the dog ate – and then…well…you know.
Most who have been through childbirth will attest to the fact that it’s nothing like a marathon. More like a relay of marathons; the likes of which you probably had no idea you had to prepare so intensely for. Post-labour, you’ll probably feel more physically spent than you thought possible (testament to how far your body can…
Sleep Awareness Week is just around the corner, but that doesn’t change the fact of your burgeoning belly, pea-sized bladder, and hormonal night sweats making it very difficult to get to sleep.
Boosting foetal brain development and protecting against neural tube defects, folic acid is recommended as the number one supplement for all mums-to-be; now a new study finds that it could also prove important for those expectant mothers at risk for heart disease.
Babies are notorious for picking the best (worst) times to initiate a mass-ejection of poop. And because their preference is almost always public spaces, it’s fairly essential that available ablution areas cater to such crises; in other words, hook up those changing tables, sir– for both parents.