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Saree is a graceful and elegant wear. Having a huge baby bump during your second and third trimester or having a postpartum bump should not stop you from wearing this. It is true that wearing a sari on second and third trimester is very tricky due to the growing belly. However, for traditional functions most of us prefer to wear Saree. Not only it gives you a gorgeous look, but also provide comfort and coverage during pregnancy and for hiding your baby bump after delivery. Do not hesitate to wear sari just because you do not like to flaunt your baby bump. It all depends upon knowing how cleverly you can use that six yard wonder.
Choosing The Right Saree During And After Pregnancy
There are some general things that you should take care of before selecting your saree:
Choose fabrics which are light weight: Wearing Saree will be very comfortable if you select light weight fabrics such as cotton, raw silk, linen which are easy to drape and help your skin to breath. A Saree in the right fabric will hide your body flaws and make your look sexy and graceful
Avoid horizontal lines and pattern....
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While I have been far from being the perfect mother or wife, but I have always believed in living a balanced life. As working mothers, I am sure we all have gone through our share of feelings of guilt and stress because of divided attention between work and family. There are plenty of things that we can do to live a happy and successful life beyond our family and career, but it is important that we find the right balance between these two. And this is where most of us struggle. From my own experience I have learned that if the proper balance between our family and career is not achieved, every part of our life is likely to suffer the consequences. The key here is to focus on a plan, get organized, and strike the right balance between work life and motherhood.
8 Tips For Balancing Your Career And Child The Right Way
As mothers we want to be around our kids, cherish all the moments of their growing years and I am no....
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Most of the kids are water babies and love being in the water. It starts when they are babies and love splashing around. It is best to have a baby pool that keeps them safe and prevent drowning. A baby pool is but an expensive option, so water sprinklers are an ideal option for those who do not wish to invest in a pool. Here comes the importance of Water Sprinkler For Kids. The sprinklers give them the opportunity to play with water and cool down. It even has the benefit of playing outdoor and keeping them away from gadgets. What Is Water Sprinkler For Kids Used For? Kids sprinkler is a toy and used in summers to beat the heat. Kids love to play several games with it by spraying water. It comes in varied designs, keeping the kids in mind. It is thus seen in bright colors and designs that appeal to all. It is an ideal way to keep the kid cooler, happy, and entertained. How Are Water Sprinkler For Kids Used? The kid’s sprinklers are easy to set up. Most of them need inflation or assembling. However, if one has a garden hose, it is as simple as hooking....
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....
Motherhood is a duty which never ends. The job profile encompasses almost all aspects and one is expected to be a pro in it. Some brave women are determined to continue with their work/career even after having children. These women in our society are sometimes welcomed with criticism that the home and particularly their child’s study is hampered. With increased responsibilities and less time being spent at home and children, it is very essential to come up with a plan which benefits your child’s studies too. The role of parents or mere involvement can crucially influence the child’s academic performance. In case of falling grades, the child is likely to ignore since his parents don’t genuinely have time for him. And tell all those people who criticize you, that working mothers have raised many successful and happy people.
Top 15 Tips For Working Mothers To Help Their Children With Homework
Here are a few tips on how you can ace your child’s studies without letting your career in the way:
1. Set a goal:
With the beginning of each term, make time to sit with your child, go through the syllabus, review previous....
Kids always have a penchant for cakes, pastries, cookies, pizza, biscuits, etc. Even though they are not healthy options, yet kids long for it occasionally. It is a good option at times as kids eat it nicely when out for shopping or otherwise. However, there are kids who have gluten allergies, and due to that having any of these could worsen their situation resulting in weakness, stomach upset, digestion issues, weight loss, etc. A kid who has been diagnosed with gluten allergy has to go through a challenge as he cannot have anything readily available in the market as he needs to have things without flour and wheat. The toughest allergies faced by kids are gluten allergies, and the parents have a tougher time as well since they need to look for gluten-free products or prepare at home. This write-up is a compilation of gluten-free recipes that can be used for breakfast, lunch, snacks, dinner, and desserts.
Gluten-free Breakfast Ideas for Kids
The breakfast is the most important meal before the day begins, so one should have a “King-size” one to keep one going with rigor. This could comprise of a bowl full of different fruits, pancakes, oats, muesli,....