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Preparing for Your Baby’s Arrival?

☆ Baby List ☆ Mother:A birth robe2 nursing night gownsSlippers2pairs of socksInsecticideHand washCameraHand fanTorchlight & batteries/lampPhone & recharge cardsEar pieceNotebookChargers: phone and notebookSponge, soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, detergent, haircream, body cream, body spray, toilet roll, make up2 Gowns3 WrappersNursing brasBreast padsSanitary padsDisposable pantsGift for Semilogo from baby Baby : Installed Car seatTowelsCardiganBlanketFlannelDiapers/ wipes6-8 x sleepsuitsCaps4 x […]

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Diaper Rash

Diaper rash is the term used to describe a rash or irritation in the area covered by the diaper. The first sign of diaper rash is usually redness or small bumps on the lower abdomen, buttocks, genitals, and thigh folds- surfaces that have been in direct contact with the wet or soiled diaper. This type […]

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Parent-Child Skin to Skin Contact After Birth

  The manner in which a new baby is welcomed into the world during the first hours after birth may have short- and long-term consequences. There is good evidence that normal, term newborns who are placed skin to skin with their mothers immediately after birth make the transition from fetal to newborn life with greater […]

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Family Planning Methods

  Once you have decided to use family planning, you must choose a method. To make a good decision you must first learn about the different methods, and their advantages and disadvantages. There are 5 main types of family planning methods: 1. Barrier methods, which prevent pregnancy by keeping the sperm from reaching the egg. […]

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Care of umbilical cord stump

A newborn’s umbilical cord stump typically falls off within about two weeks after birth. In the meantime, treat your baby’s umbilical cord stump gently. Wonder how to care for your newborn’s umbilical cord stump? Until the stump dries out and falls off, keep it clean and dry. ¤Why your baby has an umbilical cord stump […]

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Importance Of Keeping A Family Budget

Living without a budget is similar to traveling across the country without a roadmap. While both can be accomplished, the result is usually expensive and wasteful. The household budget lists every anticipated expense in major categories that can be directly tied to actual expenditures. Many people view the use of a budget as restraining and […]

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Drug Abuse (Substance Abuse)

Drug abuse, also called substance abuse or chemical abuse, is a disorder that is characterized by a destructive pattern of using a substance that leads to significant problems or distress. Substance abuse refers to the harmful or hazardous use of psychoactive substances, including alcohol and illicit drugs. Psychoactive substance use can lead to dependence syndrome […]

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A Message For Men

I have read/heard about women who have almost bent themselves over backwards just to see their husbands accept the changes that have occurred to their bodies especially due to the rigours of pregnancy/ageing. I feel so sorry for women who are being tormented by the men in their lives who are supposed to love and […]

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Maybe It’s Not Your Fault

Usually, when men decide to stray out of their marriages and back down on their marriage vows, the next thing people say is, “Woman, you must have driven him out by yourself.” They go on to say that it must be because she is not patient with him enough. Or that maybe she is not […]

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Single Parent Families

Most children of divorced or separated parents spend at least some years in single-parent households. Another increasingly large group live with single parents who were never married. A smaller number have widowed parents. If you’re a single parent, brace up and take the bull by the horn. Raise your child according to your beliefs, principles, […]

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Domestic Violence

  Domestic violence (closely related to domestic abuse, spousal abuse, battering, family violence and intimate partner violence) is a pattern of behavior which involves violence or other abuse by one person against another in a domestic context, such as in marriage Domestic violence and abuse can happen to anyone, yet the problem is often overlooked, […]

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To rape victims. . .

  We don’t know why God allows tragedies to enter our lives, but we do know that God hurts deeply with us and loves us more than we’ll ever know. He comforts us and gives us the strength to work through our pain. LORD, you know the hopes of the helpless. Surely you will listen […]

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Marry God’s Friend

  I have read and heard many people who advice that one thing that makes marriage work is to marry your friend. But this theory has failed many. They marry this so-called friend and he begins to act like a stranger. They begin to wonder where the person they thought they knew and got married […]

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