Diversity in playtime for your toddler is very important, so get them out of the home and research new parks. If you remain stuck in the house a good part of the day, your toddler will get bored and will turn your home upside down. Continue reading “Toddler Brain Growth: Parents Be Active Participant In Playtime Diversity”
(Depression In Moms- Part 1)
There’s a big difference between clinical depression and postpartum depression. For one, clinical depression usually pre-exists pregnancy or giving birth. However, if you are prone to depression, the likelihood for you to experience depression after giving birth is higher. But don’t mistake postpartum depression with general depression.
Capturing childhood moments is so vital, which is why I have some type of recording device with me at all times. It’s amazing how much the iPhone comes in handy. I currently have the iPhone 6 Plus and would love to upgrade to the iPhone 7, but instead I’ll waiting for the 8. Continue reading “Capturing Childhood Moments: Motherhood From The Camera Lens”
Breastfeeding is very personal decision between the mama and her child. It’s not up to anyone or anything else except Mother Nature. Not all moms produce enough to sustain her child for the recommended year. Other times, some babies are just finicky and won’t latch, or they prefer the bottle. Continue reading “Breastfeeding Beyond 1 Year: How Long Should You Breastfeed?”