Breastfeeding: How to increase milk production? One reason for continuing breastfeeding or not is milk production. We often hear in our environment mothers saying they have stopped breastfeeding because of lack of milk. It is true that the rise of milk after childbirth can take a few days, but it is a normal process, in which… Continue reading Breastfeeding: How to increase milk production?
Sofia’s story last part: “How can it be I am pregnant again and again” Today, we end up with the story of Sofia. The #WORLDMUM who became mum of three kids under 2 years after getting 2 in vitro with miscarriage included.. Hard but real story with a happy end which shows that there is… Continue reading Sofia’s story last part: ” How can it be I am pregnant again and again”
Sofia’s story part 3: We are having twins Back to Sofia’s story, after getting pregnant through an In vitro and followed by a miscarriage, today good news again.. The second time I did In Vitro I felt completely different, I was so positive, confident and felt that this was my time. By coincidence and… Continue reading Sofia’s story part 3: “We are having twins”
First Aid for a choking child There are many cases of choking in children and that is the reason that makes me (as a nurse) to write a post explaining how to act in these emergency situations. Choking occurs when an object or food enters into the airway and obstructs it. This does not let… Continue reading First Aid for a choking child
Sofia’s story: “The first miscarriage” Photo: Creative Commons Studies reveal that around 10 to 20 percent of known pregnancies end in miscarriages, and more than 80 percent of these losses happen before 12 weeks. The day I went in for a regular check up on week 10, I found out that my baby had… Continue reading Sofia’s story Part 2: “The first miscarriage”
We are glad to introduce you to Sofia and her beautiful story! Today a happy mummy of threeunder2 ! Because becoming parents is often a long way full of hard news and difficulties that can change your life. We talk about infertility, the unexpected surprise for all those couples whose next dream as a fruit of… Continue reading Sofia’s story part 1: The “infertile” years
Christmas Holidays are coming and although we love the idea of celebrating Christmas with family and around a good table, it is true that Christmas holidays are long enough to travel as well. In case you are thinking about preparing a Christmas break, today we bring you a list of beautiful places to visit at… Continue reading Ideas for Christmas travels with kids
5th December, St Nicolas arrives to Europe Today is a long awaited day for children in some European countries such as Holland, Austria or Belgium, where the tradition on St. Nicholas Day brings the arrival of this man with gifts for children who have behaved well during the year. Sinterklaas (in English, St Nicolas) is… Continue reading 5th of December, St Nicolas arrives to Europe
Disney Look Hello #worldmums! Christmas is coming and with it I bring you a daily outfit full of magic, magic of Disney. Zara has launched a Disney collection that I personally love, because although we are adults there is always a part of childhood on us that I’m sure that our kids love too. Denim… Continue reading Disney Look
Thoughts on the cycle children, of Yolanda González Vara, an expert on health and children. “MOM, don’t want to go to the school.” I was there yesterday. I want to stay at home with you…” How often have you heard that genuine expression, from a creature of two or three years old? , Many kids are… Continue reading I am too young, to go to school!