When is it safe for me to start exercising after the birth of my baby?

This normally depends on how fit you were before giving birth and whether or not you had a normal delivery or a caesarean section. After a normal birth and a caesarean section its worth waiting until you have your six week check at the doctors before starting strenuous activity such as jogging aerobics or an […]

Developing the best Breastfeeding Diet

As all nurses, doctors and Mums say breast is best for both Mum and baby. Evidence shows that breast milk ensures babies remain healthier since the milk helps boost the babies immunity.  It also helps protect against infection by providing anti bodies to increase babies ability to fight common infections.  Colostrum is the milk that […]

How can you have any pudding if you don’t eat yer meat?

Did you know – you probably do – that telling your child “eat x then you can eat y” will increase their dislike for x? And if you say “if you are good you can eat y” you will increase their liking for y? So, if we were being sensible, we would tell our children […]

Diapers – Everything You Need to Know to Get Started

Before you decided to venture into the world of parenting, you may have found diaper talk comical, the appropriate butt (sorry) of jokes. But as a new parent, you swiftly realized that babies, even little tiny babies, pee and poop a lot, and diapers began to earn new respect in your eyes. You also promptly […]

Top Mistakes Parents Make with Child’s Bedwetting

Even with the best intentions, parents make the best mistakes. Bed-wetting, also known as nocturnal Enuresis, is a common problem for children. It usually goes away in children under 5, but in some circumstances it continues into older childhood or adolescence. Parents want to fix the problems of their children, but sometime they make some […]