A Dietitian’s Guide To Baby’s First Food

By Nurfarah Hanani Amir Hamzah. New mothers are surely excited to see their babies had the first spoon fed into the mouth. When you had noticed your baby is ready to be introduced with the complementary food, it will be a wonderful experience for both mother and baby. Sometimes we might feel some pressure, whether…

5 Reasons To Care About Social Skills More Than School

By Emily Edlynn. As a child psychologist, I knew the textbook importance of all areas of child development long before I became a mother. Little did I know the real-world pressures on parents for their children to excel and reach goals that society has decided are important. When I was pregnant with my first child,…

4 Easy Ways to Mindfully Address Emotional Toddlers

By Sharon Silver. Toddlers. They’re a mix of hugs, kisses, love, screams, messes, resisting, and fun, fun, fun! They are something else, too. Developmentally, toddlers think, and act, much more like babies than kids. Many parents think toddlers are capable of Stopping. It. Right. This. Minute. They aren’t. And when a toddler doesn’t respond the…

How To Choose The Best Baby Carrier

by Dr Izam Suziani You’re in your third trimester, and you’re looking for the best baby carrier to help you take the baby out when you need to. You have a newborn in the house. It was such an enjoyable moment until your husband has to go back to work, your confinement lady is gone,…

Dealing with Engorgement

Only people who face it knows how painful it is, and how stressful it is to the mother. It feels so heavy, so full, and so hard like rock, and it becomes so sensitive. I’ve never felt that kind of pain before in my life. Imagine, on the early days after labor, I was engorged…