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Pregnancy & Parenting Tips

  • Tips to Get Your Energy Back
    October 14, 2021

    Tips to Get Your Energy Back

    It’s normal to feel tired when you’re pregnant, especially during the first trimester and again during the third trimester. Here are some tips to get you up and going: 1. Listen to your body. If you’re tired, rest. Pace yourself and...

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  • 9 Labour Tips (for Dads)
    October 3, 2021

    9 Labour Tips (for Dads)

    If you’re a first-time dad, you may be confused about what to do. Here are ways to help you be a good support for your wife 1. Know what to expect. Accompany your wife to her antenatal class and learn about...

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  • Dressing Your Bump (Part III)
    September 24, 2021

    Dressing Your Bump (Part III)

    Dressing for the third trimester can be challenging as your tummy is big and you may find it difficult to find flattering outfits. Still, there are ways to keep your dressing interesting. The challenge: How can I dress comfortably as...

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  • Happy Shopping
    September 15, 2021

    Happy Shopping

    Buying clothes for your baby is exciting. You’ll find it hard to resist those cute little booties and onesies. Before you splurge yourself silly, have a look at the basics you’ll need for your infant in the first six weeks....

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  • Back to School
    September 14, 2021

    Back to School

    It’s time to go back to school! Though not compulsory, antenatal classes are useful, especially for first-time mothers as they help prepare you for labour, birth and the first few frantic days of parenthood. You can even bring hubby along...

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  • Sex In 3rd Trimester
    August 21, 2017

    Sex In 3rd Trimester

    As you move closer to your delivery date, your concerns about making love may increase. Here, we answer your queries.
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  • How To Handle Contractions
    August 21, 2017

    How To Handle Contractions

    Once you are near your due date, the slightest ache is easily mistaken for the start of labour. But the pains could be a sign that your body is in the limbering up phase with Braxton Hicks contractions. At this stage there is no need to rush to the hospital.
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