10 Simple Details that Make Life as a Mom Much Much Easier

Giving mother some extra time to herself

Making time for mom easier. Photo by smallcurio, CC BY 2.0, via Flickr.

Moms sometimes wish for extra pairs of arms and twice the amount of hours in a day. It’s not always easy to balance all the different daily demands that come with being a mom. And while we know that being a mom is one of the most rewarding processes in life, it is no secret that it can also be one of the most stressful and exhausting. So, for all you busy moms looking to make your lives just that little bit easier and straightforward, read on for the top ten tips on how to do just that. Continue reading


The 3 Crucial Things For Your Baby’s First 6 Months

Caring for your 6 month year old

During the first 6 months of your child’s life, here’s what you need to know. Pixabay, Creative Commons, CC0.

You learn a lot when you have your first child. Mainly, you learn a lot about how exhausted you can really feel, but the first 6 months is where both you and your baby will learn so much. In fact, in the first 6 months of your baby’s life, they will learn how to do something new almost every day. But here is what you can learn to make sure you are looking after them to the best of your ability during this tough time. Continue reading

Your Premature Baby and You: Reaching Peace of Mind

Caring for a premature baby

This mom and premature baby have a lot of love to share. Pixabay, CC0 Public Domain.

Giving birth to a premature baby can be a very scary time. It is often touch and go in the hospital, and you and your newborn will have to stay in for a considerable length of time to ensure that you are both healthy once you leave.

Many mothers worry about taking their premature baby home as they won’t have all of the help from the hospital’s team of doctors and nurses anymore. Plus, once you leave the hospital, you will be leaving a lot of treatment equipment behind.

But that doesn’t mean that you and your newborn won’t be able to flourish once you get home. You just need to follow these useful tips to ensure your baby gets a very healthy start to life at home.

Don’t Panic

First of all, it is very important that you do not panic about taking your premature baby home. After all, it must be healthy enough to leave the hospital. Otherwise, the doctors just wouldn’t let you home! Everything will be fine at home and, in the event that something does go wrong, you will be given emergency contact details so that you can get the help you need as soon as possible.

Watch What Your Baby Eats

When you first get your baby home, you will probably be breastfeeding. This might go on for longer than normal to ensure your tiny baby gets plenty of nutrients to help it build up its health.

Once you move onto solid foods, you need to be extra careful about what you feed it as it could still be at risk of infections and other health conditions. Happy Tot Organic Superfoods will provide your young one with lots of important vitamins and minerals and other nutrients that are necessary for a healthy diet. They come in a range of flavors, so you are sure to find one that your baby will enjoy!

Parent Protects this tiny baby

Make sure your premature baby is getting the proper nutrients. Pixabay, CC0 Public Domain.

Get a Car Seat

It is now illegal to put your baby or toddler in a car without a correctly fitted car seat. As your premature baby will probably be a lot smaller than other newborns, you might need to get one that is specially made for smaller babies. If you can’t find one that fits your baby in shops, you should speak to your child’s doctor to see if they can recommend you a brand.

Protect Your Baby from Infections

Premature babies are especially susceptible to infections, especially in winter when it is very cold. To ensure your child is as protected as possible, you should keep them away from anyone who is suffering from a cold or the flu. It’s also a good idea to take them out for a walk every day so that they can get plenty of fresh air. Just make sure that they have a soft blanket so they stay warm.

Looking after a premature baby doesn’t have to be scary. In fact, you will find that it fills your life with as much joy as welcoming a healthy baby into your home!