Breastfeeding, also known as Nursing is the feeding of babies from a mother’s breast. There are many benefits in breast milk that infant formula lacks. But in today’s world, breastfeeding is not a must and children generally grow up normal when bottle fed.
I have heard stories of women, not having enough breast milk to enable them to feed their infant. Not only is it sad, but I also ask myself how is that possible. With out sounding like a Physiologist,Alveoli,which are milk producing cells, are present in every woman’s breast.
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Tips for mothers on Raising kids
As a mother myself,Raising kids in general is not easy. It involves a lot of time and effort ,not to mention keeping them calm and happy. I have had people give me complements saying “how lucky I am to have very calm and happy children “. And I don’t do anything special.I am sharing in this blog post what I call the basics and keeping it simple, when it comes to raising kids
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My easy yet delicious chickpeas Salad
Personally I have never been a big fan of legumes,but my husband and daughter love them. For this reason I have had to put my own little twist to some classic legume recipes like this easy chickpeas salad,that both myself and my family enjoys.
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Simple steps to help you keep your home clean and organized
As a mother of 2 children (7 years old and a 10 months old baby), i am far from being perfect when it comes to a Clean and Organized Home but i do try my best and I hope this blog post helps you as well. Lets dive right in:
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3 Easy Homemade Vegetable Cream Soups For your 9 to 12 months old
These 3 Homemade Vegetable Cream soup recipes are very easy to make and ensures that your little member of the family gets all the nutrients they need as well as enjoying the fresh taste of vegetables.Get inspired from these simple ingredients and introduce your little one to the different flavors of nature. Note: all vegetables in this recipe must be properly washed.
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My top 5 tips to help you fit in as an Expat
Being an African who grew up having English as a second mother tongue, fitting in as an Expat in Austria was not easy. It took a lot of hard work and dedication to stay true to who I am while adapting to the different environment,that being said if I achieved it then you can as well. Here are my 5 tips to help make your Expat life easy:
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DECIDING ON HAVING ANOTHER CHILD
Adding another member to your family
The question should you have another child? is one that some couples may find easy to answer and others not. Deciding on having another child, be it your second,third,fourth or fifth means one more life will be joining your family which is supposed to be a wonderful thing but you should also be physically,mentally and spiritually ready for all that comes with it.
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