Everything is ready and prepped from nursery to your hospital bag – you have done it all. But, there are some things which even What to Expect.. doesn’t tell you. Here are some of those newborn facts that you need to know before you bring your baby home.
It’s true that no matter what you do, you will gain some amount of weight in your arms, legs, hips, chest etc. during pregnancy. Fat deposition is an important part of pregnancy. Fat stores contribute to the development of baby’s brain and nerves. Fat stores also play a major role in breast milk production. And since you shouldn’t extremely try to stop it, trying to keep it to a healthy level will help you in what you want to achieve – belly only pregnancy.
Diwali is right around the corner. It’s such an auspicious time to be pregnant. But, between all the festivities celebration you might forget about a few things that might not be safe for you and the baby. Here are 7 must follow tips to have a Pregnancy Safe Diwali.
Miscarriage Rate in India is around 10 million per year. Sadly, it’s a more frequent occurrence that we are aware of. The rate of miscarriage in India for women in their 20’s is around 15-20%. In some cases, it has been predicted to be as higher as 30%. The recurrent rate of miscarriages is however low. And the chances of conceiving a baby after a miscarriage is around 85% and more. Here are some ways pregnancy after miscarriage is different. Your rainbow baby will be welcomed in a much different way.
A lot of mothers suffer from insufficient milk supply at some point of time during breastfeeding. Some mothers have to substitute with formula in order to fill their baby’s stomach. However, there are some foods which can help you to not only increase but maintain your breast milk supply throughout your BF journey.
Which parent doesn’t love to stock on baby products. No wonder they are a huge hit in the market considering the emotional appeal they draw from parents. But, not to forget the new definition of messy and dirty that we encounter after having kids. Here is a list of 3 baby items that carry more germs than you could have ever imagined.