Stay-at-home-moms have to shoulder many responsibilities and this can take a toll on their body and mind. Physical and mental exhaustion can surely create havoc.
If you are a mommy who is jittery and apprehensive, or unsure of how you will pull it off, this post is all the more critical. Here are 5 important things to keep in mind while taking your baby for a wedding.
The real treasure of anyone’s life, sweet memories are more precious than diamonds. And if those memories happen to be of a mother and your baby then nothing can compare.
Joy fills the air as we welcome the newest member of the family.
Congrats! Your little bundle of joy is finally here. The long-awaited game of nine months is finally over when you get to see your new born curling up in your arms.
As an expecting mother, a woman takes very good care of her diet to provide nutrition to the growing fetus.
‘Sleep when your baby sleeps’, ‘Take lots of green vegetables’, ‘Do not lift heavy goods’ etc., are some of the common advises given to an expectant mother.
Breastfeeding can be a very daunting task especially the first few days. New mothers like me, are usually clueless about it. It’s not as easy as it sounds!
Our elders always guide us towards the right path. It is from their experience, that they tell us what is right and what is wrong.
Extension of maternity leaves has placed India in the league of wealthy nations who have some promising benefits for new mothers.
It’s the joyful moment for a woman when she knows she is pregnant. An occasion filled with immense happiness of life.
Getting back to work after delivery can be challenging in terms of leaving your baby alone in someone else’s supervision and guidance. I was thoroughly confused about when is a right time to get back to work.
Your little angel has been welcomed into the world with truckloads of toys, clothes, and other baby accessories from indulgent family members and close friends.
Changing the experience of delivering- This Delhi hospital says ‘yes’ to VBAC and normal deliveries and ‘no’ to C-Sec.
Social anxiety is incredibly common among teenagers in the United States. In 2015, the National Institute of Mental Health revealed that nearly 3 million teenagers aged 12 to 17 in the U.S
Breastfeeding is a natural method of mother-child bonding and it should be a joyful experience for both the mom and her baby. But is it?
Welcome to the most beautiful chapter of your life- Motherhood. It is often advised that you should start breastfeeding as soon as your new little one is born.
Congrats on the arrival of your little bundle of joy. Well, the wait is finally over after nine long months of patience. Now that the little one is finally here, you can forget about morning sickness.
When we are young, we feel liberated. We have dreams of conquering the world. We just think that it’s easy to change the world!
One of my favorite indulgences post-delivery and so much I would look forward to was my daily massage.
Motherhood is a beautiful experience. The initial few days, weeks and months are full of warmth, care, and endless love.
Last year, when my mom visited me for a few days during my post-delivery time, it sure was a breather.
I once heard someone tell me that most career-oriented women either get stuck in the mid-level management or quit/take a sabbatical from their jobs at some point in their work life.
Too much maternity leave can be frustrating! And I am not saying this because I had one. No! I never had one. Instead, I just quit my job during the most difficult phase of pregnancy.
Pregnancy and motherhood are indeed very beautiful experiences. Whether you are expecting a little bundle of joy or already undertaking a journey of nurturing a new life outside your body, you are in a period of immense exhilaration!
One of the major skin problems during and after pregnancy is the skin rash. I have had a lot of trouble with the itchy skin, especially around my belly and thigh area due to the stretching of my skin.
October is the Breast Cancer Awareness month. Being a woman who has BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes running in her family, I was alarmed when the gynecologist asked me to get myself checked every year from the day I turned 30!
I am a changed person. At times I feel like I have never been the same! My baby has changed me in ways I could only imagine.
During pregnancy, we take such good care of the little body growing inside us. We also try and take good care of ourselves.
Well! This is exactly what I thought before I became a mother, and my faith in this saying stays strong as ever even now that I am one.