Month: June 2013

What’s for dinner?

What’s for dinner?

When you have a new baby share the load of preparing the meals. If the fathers can help around the house and shop when necessary. If you husband is back at work try to do your prep work for your evening meals in the morning…

Good Tastes….

Good Tastes….

Breastfeeding exposes babies to different tastes and flavours. Breast milk is affected by a mother’s diet. This encourages babies to be more accepting of a variety of foods when they start taking solids.

Rest Up

Rest Up

Don’t underestimate the benefits of resting. Avoid seeing the times when your baby is settled as an opportunity to do household tasks. Even putting your feet up and reading for 30 minutes will help you to conserve energy and feel refreshed.

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Rest up
Mums need Mums

Mums need Mums

Women seek and crave emotional support from other women when they become mothers.