I have been waiting to post this on World Breastfeeding Week (August 1 - August 7) and yay, here we go. WABA has released the logo of World Breastfeeding Week 2018 that features two adults and an infant which reinforces the importance of working together to protect, promote and support breastfeeding. So, this is my … Continue reading 12 Magic Foods That Boost Your Breastmilk Supply
The visceral impact of last week is still haunting me. Not a thing in my household happened in my favor, even the usually unnoticed, mundane chores. I normally wake up as soon as baby D wiggles out of his sleeping posture, rush to the loo before he comes to his senses and attend to his … Continue reading Sigh!!!!
Disclaimer : The author shares her own postpartum experience of her first pregnancy. The statements and recommendations are devoid of any medical proof. Okay, the disclaimer gives a seriously terrific effect to this post but let me assure you, none of the lines that follow hold any nail-biting incidents. In fact, it is the exact … Continue reading How To Battle Postpartum Depression – A Mom’s Guide To Mindfulness
A close school friend, who is a doctor visited our house last week. The last time we met her was a few years ago, so we had to catch up on a lot of topics - marriage life, new friends, old friends and their crush lists, breakups in our common circle, noteworthy trips, well-preserved secrets … Continue reading The Invincible Contraception Of All Time
When a mom meets another, the most frequently asked question is "Does your kid sleep through the night?" Basically, it's the only thing we expect from our little ones after dedicating literally the entire time to run errands for them. However, It is not unusual for babies to stay super-active at night, especially in the … Continue reading Healthy Late Night Snacks