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Are you pregnant and looking forward to welcoming your baby? Are you busy doing some baby shopping before your little bundle of joy arrives? You don’t have a clue and curious to know which diaper to pick for your baby? You have two options when it comes to diapering – buying disposable diapers or cloth diapers. There are pros and cons associated with both the diapers (read more about it here: Cloth or Disposable Diapers?). However, once you decide on cloth diapers, there are a number of options available for you in the market today. Here is a cloth diaper buying guide to help you make an informed decision.
What Is A Cloth Diaper?
The Benefits Of Cloth Diapers
What Are The Different Types Of Cloth Diapers?
8 Best Cloth Diapers Available In India
How Many Cloth Diapers Do You Need?
What Is A Cloth Diaper?
A cloth diaper is a reusable diaper made of fabric that you can wrap around your baby’s....
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Having a baby transforms your life completely. Every couple, however, prepared they may find themselves facing and solving challenges of an entirely different kind. That is why it becomes very important that they discuss and decide and make sure they are 100 percent ready. I say 100 percent because when you talk about having a baby with family and friends, you get mixed responses—some warn you of the difficulties strewn all over the path, others remind you of the responsibilities and still others make you realize that parenting is perhaps the best thing that can happen to couples. And yes, each one of the above is right. But whatever may be the preparations and the warning, each child is unique and therefore the responses from your end will be unique as well.
8 Ways Your Baby Strengthens Your Marriage
The question that often pops up is whether having a baby strengthens or wrecks your marital relationship. And the....
Your child needs to eat the right kind of food to have the right nourishment and maintain proper health conditions. It is something impossible to do if your child is not eating the right food during lunchtime. Thus, the lunch container is a very important thing that you should not buy randomly. You would want to buy a lunch box that has sections where you can give various types of foods to your kid. So, the choice of the lunch box has to be precise and well-thought of. You have to take a very specific approach while getting the lunch box for your child. Here is how you should go about choosing the lunch box for your child.
How To Choose Lunch Boxes For Kids?
While choosing a lunch box for your kid, you have to consider the following ten factors minutely.
1. The Size Of The Lunch Box
You should always look to get a lunch box bigger than the size you think is right. Also, the size will depend on how much your child is looking to eat. Moreover, as your child grows, he or she will look to eat more. That is why buying a bit bigger lunch box will be a good choice.
2. The Seal Of The Lunch Box
You need to be very careful about....
Becoming a parent is overwhelming. It’s often something that we spend a long time looking forward to and preparing for – sometimes, far longer than the 40 weeks of pregnancy. But, no matter how prepared you think you are, when your baby arrives, everything changes. It’s never quite what we expect, even when we’re welcoming home our second or even third babies. It’s more exciting, it’s more work, and it’s definitely more exhausting. It’s just more. New parenthood is like an assault on your emotions, as well as your hormones. You are busy trying to take care of a new life, your hormone levels are off the charts, your whole world is turned upside down, and any hopes of a good night’s sleep are long forgotten. It’s no surprise that your mental health might take a hit. Here’s a look at some of the things that you can do to boost your mental health in those astounding first days of parenthood.
Rest When You Can
One of the most unsettling elements of being a new parent is tiredness. You thought you’d been tired before, but not like this. Even if your newborn sleeps well, they’ll be up at....
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The arrival of the tiny bundle of joy brings with itself a myriad of emotions from exuberance, excitement to even postnatal depression. This is seen in mums as well as dads. PPND or paternal post natal depression is common in about 10 % of new dads. It can be defined as a type of depression noticed slowly or suddenly with symptoms ranging from mild to severe. When this depression is seen in dads it is referred to as paternal depression seen predominantly in the first year after the birth of their baby.
Causes of Paternal post natal depression (PPND)
The true cause of paternal depression is still unknown. There is no valid explanation as to why some dads are affected by this while others are not. As we know that depression in general is generated by stressful and emotional situations and the birth of baby can also is a demanding experience for the new parents. Other probable causes can be enlisted as below:
Fatherhood pressure and related responsibilities
Added financial pressures
Alteration in lifestyle
Lack of wife’s attention
Changes in marital....
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Yes. Did the title of the post struck an chord with you immediately? Does your leaving the office on ‘time’ invite unnecessary comments and stares – especially from male colleagues? Do you feel less ‘competent’ than your fellow colleagues because you leave office at 6? Because there is one thing that they have in plenty and you and I don’t – and they ‘hit’ us where it hurts the most – on our time. If the question is how, then let me paint a very realistic picture for you. I pack my bag at 5:30, and I like to move out of office just as the clock strikes 6. Every day, as I pack my bag to leave office around 6, my male colleagues never fail to stare; stare and make sure I notice. ‘Is it 6 already?’ ‘Time ho gaya madam, dukaan band?’ ‘Good yaa! You get to be on a half day everyday! Look at us, we will be sweating our asses off another 3 hours!’ I am so used to hearing these lines that I no longer care to answer, and nonchalantly walk away towards the exit. Though I always keep my head down and avoid eye contact at this time, the insides of me want to scream hard at these....