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Wow! These are helpful tips indeed. Thanks for sharing this. It is a very common sickness among our babies and I hate stressing my baby's liver with OTC medicines.

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(1 replies, posted in Pregnancy & Childbirth)

Yes, it is true. Our body must be healthy enough before it can conceive another life. Hormonal imbalance may hinder these but there is always a solution for these. Better  consult ob-gynecologists on this.

Infants tend to be colicky than any other ages. Sometimes it is the reason for crying in wee hours. But as they grew older the will learn to release these gases through burping and farting.

Yo can train your child for sleep indicators. For example, read her bedtime stories at night and taught her that after the story she must sleep already. Or you can play a lullaby before going to bed so that whenever your child hears that she knows that she needs to sleep.

I'm actually not particular to this as I am breastfeeding but I guess as long as the baby is hungry then feed her. I can't imagine depriving my child from drinking milk just because she had enough for the day.

At a very young age I taught my little one to drink in her cup. She also drinks directly into her water bottle. Try eliminating bottles and if she is not still used in open cups, ou can first start with sippy cups.

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(2 replies, posted in Cooking and Recipes)

I love salads! You can always have the same stuffs in your salad and just have different dressings for variations. Whether it would be honey mustard, vinaigrette, thousand island, ranch, and whatever that would suit your taste smile

Ohh! This is something in addition to knowledge in taking care of my babe's little teeth. Thanks a lot for this!

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(6 replies, posted in Cooking and Recipes)

Wow! your shares are mouth watering! smile I would love to try out those for breakfast!

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(3 replies, posted in Pregnancy & Childbirth)

As much as I wanted normal delivery I got emergency CS because it's been 16 hours that I'm in active labor. My babe almost ate poop inside and her umbilical cord was all around her so I was operated to avoid choking my baby inside. It's true that giving birth is a life and death matter.

Children loves to explore things and they tend to be curious over new ones. What I've been doing is keeping on repeating the phrase "That's not yours baby..." and I always remind my child that she has her own toys and she cannot get other kids toys. So far, after hearing the phrase "It's not yours...!" many times she does not grab other kids toys anymore.

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(1 replies, posted in Newborn, Infant and Young Children)

For my baby, she is already one year old and she knows how to ask for food if she is hungry. Most of the time, she cries when she is sleepy and not feeling well.

I'm not sure but I've read somewhere that it is no safe for babies to have honey until she/he is one year old. I guess plenty of fluids will help a lot.

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(2 replies, posted in Violence in the family)

This is pretty normal to young children as they are both competing to the attention of their parents. One best thing to handle this is to avoid favoritism. Don't let them feel that one is more loved than the other for it will resolve to a negative character in the future such as insecurity, rebellion and others.

Wow! This is kinda new to me! Good thing me and my daughter love to munch on cheese big_smile Now we have more reason to love cheese ^_^

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(2 replies, posted in Help Me, I Have a Teenager!)

I guess I'm into permissive parenting. I just want my daughter to see me as her best friend too. I don't have so much rules at home and do mild discipline on my child. I easily give in if I see her crying, so I will explain her wrong actions and will hug her after.

A warm bath also prepares my little one in going to bed at night. Usually she suddenly cries a wee hours but I tried ignoring her and soon she will just sleep again. Also, I observed that when my baby is over tired, it is hard for her to sleep immediately at night.

Actually, my baby seldom get constipated. Aside from her constant drinking of water, I make sure she has plenty of fiber intake through the foods she is eating. She loves to eat watermelon and it is fibrous and watery. Also, we like oatmeal in the morning. Fruits are good sources of fiber too!

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(3 replies, posted in Health and Fitness)

Wow! This is a great reminder for me. Sometimes my feet are being neglected of care not thinking it is working so much for me all the days. As much as I want to pamper myself and go on foot spa I can't anymore because I have a baby to look after. Do you have something similar to a foot spa that can be done at home? Thanks!

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(2 replies, posted in Pregnancy & Childbirth)

I guess I had mild postpartum depression after giving birth with my daughter. Though I'm not sure at all but I can remember weird things happening to me such as having the feeling of being a burden and I did self-pity then. Sometimes I found myself just crying but other than that everything is perfectly normal and fine.

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(4 replies, posted in Arts & Crafts Activities for Kids)

In gift wrapping , I usually recycle things and find cheaper materials like Japanese paper, brown paper bag, shiny cellophane etc. rather than gift wrappers. Anyway, these will be teared off especially kids who are more concerned and excited what's inside. But of course I still make sure it is presentable and nice looking! smile

We did marshmallow relay on our party and it is fun. You just need marshmallows and toothpicks for the materials. The mechanics of the game is to simply get the mallow on a plate using toothpick and pass the mallows until it reached the end of your line (no using of hands). The first team who will be able to successfully transfer the mallows till the end is the winner!

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(3 replies, posted in Help Me, I Have a Teenager!)

If you know really well the person, it is easy to find a gift that she/he will like. In case you don't, try to categorize him/her. Like if he/she is a student, you can give nice and cool notebooks with pen, organizers and the likes. Something that would be useful to them.

Same here, my baby is G6PD deficient and it is definitely inherited genetically. In our case, we, her parents is not G6PD deficient but we are both carriers of the x chromosomes that is G6PD deficient. There's nothing much to worry about, everything must be in moderation. The only big No-No are the list of medicines which has substance that can trigger hemolytic anemia. For my baby, I am fond of feeding organic food for her and using chemical free baby toiletries and stuffs.

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(5 replies, posted in Beauty and Fashion)

My little one does not like it when I cut her fingernails. She would scream and cry if she saw the nail cutter whenever I'm trying to cut her nails. It is such a challenge to keep my child's finger nails short.I tried doing it while she's sleeping but still it did not work because she will be awake if she felt I'm cutting her nails..


Any tips on this case?

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