As a new mum, there is a lot to learn about caring for your new baby. Breastfeeding can be exciting for some and overwhelming for others. New mums should, therefore, come up with a breastfeeding technique that works for you and your baby.
If you are pregnant, you might have already started shopping for your little one, or doing some research between all the choices that are in the market and what your baby really needs
Two weeks ago we had a WhatsApp flash chat sponsored by MYDAWA in which we invited our in house expert...
Three weeks ago, we had the opportunity of having an educative, interactive and a quite engaging WhatsApp flash chat sponsored by MYDAWA and it was full to capacity. Our in house expert, Esther Kimani answered a lot of questions on Pregnancy and Baby raised by mothers in the group as indicated in this brief summary.
Looking for a support group to help navigate parenting, relationships and career? There are quite abit of Facebook groups to choose from.
Baby-led weaning involves jumping straight to finger foods as soon as solids are introduced. Here are tips for preparing food for your weaning baby as you get started.
Baby weaning is a hugely exciting time as they try new tastes and textures but it takes a lot of patience. Here's how to get weaning off to a good, relaxed start.
Returning to work after maternity leave? Here are tips to help you balance motherhood and ease you back into the work routine.
Breastfeeding is all about doing what feels right for you and your child. Learn more from Joanna, an experienced Nairobi Mother.
Impress your guests and warm up your family's tummies with this simple and hearty soup.
Are you wondering how to travel with your weaning baby? Here are tips to make this easier for you.
A Nairobi Mother shares what works for her weaning child to prevent constipation and discomfort.