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Dealing with Postpartum Depression

Postpartum depression, or widely known as “baby blues,” is commonly found in new mothers. They may feel a combination of sadness, anxiety, and fatigue after they gave birth to their newborns.
Unfortunately, society’s stigmas and pressures about postpartum depression, which force mothers to be strong, often leave them feeling ashamed.
Those stigmas and pressures can also make it harder for a new mother to admit and accept this condition.
It only takes a few weeks for some mothers before they get back to their normal condition. Others, on the other hand, may have to deal with postpartum depression for a…

4 Tips to Help You in Breastfeeding and Pumping

Breastfeeding and pumping is a journey full of ups and downs for women. You may find this to be exhausting at times, but you may also find it to be gratifying and fulfilling for you as a woman.
In that spirit, we want to share with you some tips and tools that may help you during the breastfeeding and pumping process. Here are the things you need:
Silicone Milk Catcher
Milk leakage often happens when you breastfeed your baby. This tool will help you avoid wasted milk.
Sunflower lecithin
Clogged milk duct is a common problem for breastfeeding moms. Lecithin helps you …

How to Feed Your Toddler

Knowing when to introduce solid food to your baby is an exciting but a little bit daunting idea. Preparing the right food is not an easy task for young mothers. Read below to know the tips and tricks in feeding your loved one:
1. Give your baby frequent exposure to a certain kind of food
We understand that babies often reject foods they don’t like. As a parent, you should not give up so easily. Trust us; we know it can be frustrating. But, you should know that it can take a lot of attempts before your baby gets accustomed to that food.
2. Give your baby varieties in meals