Category Archives: Child Development

10 Reasons Your Child Should Be Outside Right Now

10 Reasons Your Child Should Be Outside Right Now

It shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone that kids these days just aren’t getting outside very much. Drive through any suburban neighborhood on a Saturday and the groups of bicycling youngsters and impromptu street football games that were so common just a couple of decades ago just aren’t there. Corralled indoors by over-protective parents and the allure of passive electronic entertainment (Did you know th ...
10 Signs Your Child Is An Old Soul

10 Signs Your Child Is An Old Soul

Although strange and perplexing, the Old Soul child is one of the greatest unexpected blessings life has to offer not only because of their innate wisdom, but also because of the level-headed stability they have to offer. If you are struggling to relate to your child, understand where they are coming from, or simply want some closure, you might benefit from reading the signs below: 1. They are otherworldly. ...
Things Babies Do in the Womb That’ll Blow Your Mind

Things Babies Do in the Womb That’ll Blow Your Mind

Things Babies Do in the Womb That’ll Blow Your Mind  When you’re pregnant, you’re bound to wonder at various points over nine months: What is she doing in there? Is she bored? Is she loving that pint of super fudge chunk ice cream I just engulfed? Turns out babies are busy, busy, busy in the womb!So what, exactly, are they up to? Here’s what the scientists have to say about what your ...
How to Find a First Birthday Dress for Babies in India?

How to Find a First Birthday Dress for Babies in India?

There is nothing more interesting and exciting for a mother than planning and celebrating a baby’s first birthday.She needs to design and plan everything keeping in mind her cute little princess. Recently on Kudrat’s birthday party, my main focus  lied on picking the birthday party dress for my baby girl. But Finding 1st birthday in india can be tough task if you don’t plan it right away.Though there are lot ...
Truths About Being a Stay-at-Home Mom

Truths About Being a Stay-at-Home Mom

Stay at home mom would look like but i probably could never had imagined that amount of time i would spend cleaning up puke and wondering how long i could stand holding baby with arm sleep. But the truth? That has been  a lot of motherhood journey so far so whether your stay at home mom or mom who is about to join the new job, you will probably agree with me on few of these truths of staying at home. 1.Somet ...
SKIN TO SKIN CONTACT

SKIN TO SKIN CONTACT

Minimizing or avoiding separating babies from their mothers after birth reduces stress in healthy newborns and mothers. Skin-to-skin contact between mother and baby as soon as possible, after the birth, for at least one hour and until the newborn has successfully completed the first breastfeed is ideal. Placing a newborn belly-down directly on the mother’s chest has several important health benefits. Skin-to ...
BIRTH BY CAESAREAN

BIRTH BY CAESAREAN

One in three mothers gives birth by cesarean and scheduled cesareans for non-medical reasons have been rising. Surgical birth without labor impacts the health of newborns. Birth by cesarean poses several challenges for a baby. Compared to babies born normally, babies born by cesarean are at risk for health complications. They are more likely to have difficulty breathing on their own. With a scheduled cesarea ...
NATURAL BIRTH STAGES OF LABOUR AND BIRTH

NATURAL BIRTH STAGES OF LABOUR AND BIRTH

NATURAL BIRTH STAGES OF LABOUR AND BIRTH  Natural birth can be divided into three stages namely the First, Second and Third Stages First Stage – Dilation and Effacement of the Cervix (Having Three Phases-Early, Active and Transition) Second Stage—Pushing and Birth Third Stage—Delivery of Placenta FIRST STAGE—DILATION AND EFFACEMENT OF CERVIX (Three Phases) Early Phase — Cervix dilates from zero to thre ...
THIRD TRIMESTER–THE END

THIRD TRIMESTER–THE END

 The seventh, eighth, and ninth months are the third and final trimester of pregnancy.  27 weeks – The foetus weighs about two pounds and is fourteen inches long. The baby’s eyes begin to open round this time. 28 weeks – The foetus has his own regular intervals for sleeping and waking. It opens and closes its eyes and may suck a thumb. 29 weeks – The baby now weighs about two and a ha ...
SECOND TRIMESTER–THE MIDDLE

SECOND TRIMESTER–THE MIDDLE

Foetal development takes on new meaning in the second trimester. Highlights might include finding out your baby’s sex and feeling your baby move.  13 weeks – The foetus is now three inches long and weighs just an ounce. The baby’s unique fingerprints are already in place. The muscles lengthen and become organized. Soon the unborn child will start kicking and moving within. 14 weeks – ...