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The birth of the baby changes the entire outlook of the parents. Their entire life becomes a whirlwind due to the many changes that take place in their lives. The parents leave no stone unturned to offer comfort to the baby. In the present times though, one must decide is the usage of an air conditioner or a cooler is safe for the baby. Generally, doctors believe air conditioners are advisable for new born as new-born babies are not able to adjust their body temperatures like adults can. This makes them prone to be infected with heat-related diseases like dehydration, heat strokes, rashes etc. It has also been found out that a room that is properly cooled and has suitable ventilation allows the baby to sleep comfortably and peacefully and even avoids the risk of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome). While a room that is too cool can lower down the body temperature of the baby and make him too cold. It is thus important to know how to keep the baby safe and comfortable while using air-conditioner. Air Conditioner for Your Baby ? To keep the atmosphere clean, and offer pure and air free of allergens, one needs to use AC. It is highly recommended that the parents....
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Yes. Did the title of the post struck an chord with you immediately? Does your leaving the office on ‘time’ invite unnecessary comments and stares – especially from male colleagues? Do you feel less ‘competent’ than your fellow colleagues because you leave office at 6? Because there is one thing that they have in plenty and you and I don’t – and they ‘hit’ us where it hurts the most – on our time. If the question is how, then let me paint a very realistic picture for you. I pack my bag at 5:30, and I like to move out of office just as the clock strikes 6. Every day, as I pack my bag to leave office around 6, my male colleagues never fail to stare; stare and make sure I notice. ‘Is it 6 already?’ ‘Time ho gaya madam, dukaan band?’ ‘Good yaa! You get to be on a half day everyday! Look at us, we will be sweating our asses off another 3 hours!’ I am so used to hearing these lines that I no longer care to answer, and nonchalantly walk away towards the exit. Though I always keep my head down and avoid eye contact at this time, the insides of me want to scream hard at these....
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If you have a newborn, you know that you have said good bye to deep slumber for some time, at least the first few months. For starters, your baby needs to be fed every two or three hours. Secondly, you are still recovering from the delivery – whether it was normal or cesarean. Thirdly, the baby may soil his nappy often so you need to be watchful. And most importantly, you cannot just switch on and switch off your “sleep button”. Once you are up to tend to your baby, you do not fall back to sleep immediately, although that is the only thing you want to do 😉 So what do you do? You think! You have so much think now – some of them scary, some of them exciting, some of them invoking both joy and sorrow!
10 Thoughts You Have In The Middle Of the Night When You Have A Newborn
Here are 10 most common thoughts moms of newborns have in the middle of the night! Let us know if we have missed out on any!
“Okay, this is more difficult than I thought”: This is something that hits most first-time moms right in the middle of their faces. No matter how much you think you....
Welcoming a child in a family is one of the greatest joys. As soon as you have a baby, you will suddenly notice that everything centers round the child. Between wanting to build a bond with the baby and taking care of the baby correctly, a new father might feel a little lost. Many fathers take to babies indifferently, not that there is no love, but they do not view babies as beings who need feedings and comforting, and men are just not sure how to go about it!
Why Men Find It Hard To Bond With Their Babies?
Look closely. Who feeds the baby? Who cleans the baby? Who rocks the baby to sleep? Who calms and comforts the baby? Mother, right? So new fathers often feel that they are not so much a part of the baby routine because they are not as inherent a part of ‘baby routine’ as mothers are. That being said, some fathers are just shy at the beginning – leave the baby with them and you find both of them grinning after some time. Fathers do not get enough time with the baby – and when they are available, say after work in the evenings- it is either feeding time or sleeping time. Fathers need to spend some quality time with their kids so as to....
How to encourage children to wash their hands
Being a parent during the COVID-19 pandemic is incredibly difficult. That’s not exactly a secret: everything from school to social engagements to birthdays has been fundamentally changed in 2020. This year it’s all about keeping our kids safe while at the same time allowing them to have as close to a normal childhood as possible. Other than completely locking down at home, there are few options for keeping them virus-free. Masks are playing a critical role in safety for everyone, adults and children alike. That’s why they’re mandatory at most schools and daycare centers, not to mention on playgrounds and other public areas where large numbers of people gather. The other surefire way to keep kids safe is making sure that they wash their hands whenever they enter our homes, and if they frequently use hand sanitizer in public spaces. This all makes sense on paper, but we all know that kids have minds of their own. It is one thing to tell a child that he or she needs to wash their hands, but that doesn’t always mean that they listen. This sort of limit testing is part of a normal childhood, but in 2020,....
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Everyone told you that having a baby is a life changing event. And you thought no different too. So you prepared your mind in advance for the hectic days, sleepless nights, unforgiving colic tantrums and general craziness well before the baby came out. However, did someone tell you that your equation with your husband would likely change after a baby? Before you brush that question off with a “no, won’t happen to us ever”, please remember this – after childbirth, your body goes through a hormonal roller-coaster that will change the way you think, prioritize and act. And the ‘dad’ is not any less overwhelmed with the 180° turn in his life too. These changes will change(read: somewhat strain) your relationship with your husband. The degree of change would of course differ from couple to couple. Worst case, you will always be at each other’s throat. At the very least, you both will have less time for each other. So, we have put together eight most commonly mentioned differences new mommies feel towards their husbands.
8 Reasons You Have Differences with Your Husband after Having A Baby
1. You are upset with....