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Feeling Lonely

Postpartum depression is a mood disorder that affects women after giving birth. One in every ten women experience depression. Research suggests that there is no one cause to this disorder other than a drop in hormone levels which triggers a chemical reaction in the brain that is responsible for mood swings. After giving birth, mothers don't really have the time to fully recover because now they are taking care of the baby and their body never fully rests. This sleep deprivation may be another contributing factor to postpartum depression. Some women are also at a greater risk for developing depression because they have already experienced it through a previous pregnancy or they have a family history of mental illness. There really is no self-diagnosis. Only a health care provider can diagnose a woman with postpartum depression. There are many symptoms associated with depression such as losing interest in activities that are usually enjoyable, eating little or too much, experien

Benefits of Breastfeeding & Supplementation (FORMULA)

While we all agree that all mommies are amazing, not all are great at everything. Just we have different potentialities; some moms also find I challenging breastfeeding their young ones until weaning. Fortunately, the good news is that you can always provide the baby with breast milk and also have the freedom to supply him/her with supplements. Supplementing simply means providing baby formula or expressed mild alongside breastfeeding. As a mother, it's essential to understand the benefits of ensuring your baby with supplements alongside breastfeeding. For this reason, we've provided you with these benefits to keep you informed. While sometimes formula feeding is necessary, one major thing you need to understand is that breastfeeding should be the first priority for your child. It contains numerous, diverse, and convincing benefits your baby needs for healthy and robust growth. The benefits of breastfeeding not only extend to babies but also mothers, families, and society as

Why are people so against adding cereal to a baby bottle?

Cereals Cereal is one of the best sources of edible grains that are a source of energy to the body.  The various types of grain obtained from cereals are used to make different types of energy food sources hence an excellent meal to feed growing infants. Baby cereal can be introduced to infants after getting to a certain age and should be given carefully, especially if it is the first solid food hence why it's not an excellent idea to use baby bottles. Baby Cereal Adding baby cereal to baby bottles might lead to arise of a health condition, especially if the infant is less than four months old. The condition that is associated with nutritional deficiency is a result of a less developed amylase enzyme in young infants, unlike in mature individuals. Amylase is the enzyme that is responsible for the breakdown of starch that is a type of carbohydrate obtained from cereals. Every parent aims to ensure that their kid is well fed and in good health. Due to this challenge, therefore

About Me

Hello ! Nina Here, I am a blogger and a mother to 5 lovely children (blended family), with our 6th bundle of joy, Joylin who was born on 10.27.2020. Our Family is now complete.
As you can see, I’m an experienced mommy with the joys of motherhood becoming more challenging than ever in this Day n age of Internet, smartphones and chaos. I want to help other mothers make the most of what they have so they can be their best selves and be the best parents they can ever be.
In this "mommy blog" I hope to share my experiences, my fears, my dreams, tips and tricks and everything I have learned on this many years of being a 5 star mommy. If you were looking for tips on how to deal with morning sickness during pregnancy, on how to make a fantastic grocery trip, how to get the best value for the lowest price... you have come to the right place !