Bringing you all the information
you need when pregnant

Hello new parents to be!! Let us kickstart this amazing pregnancy journey with tips that will keep you aware and on top of everything. This 40-week roller coaster ride is divided into 3 trimesters. Each trimester will be an experience in itself – you will find yourself changing physically and mentally – the fetus inside of you will transform from a sesame seed to a jackfruit. You need to prepare your body, mind, and surroundings to best suit you and the baby to come.  

Right from conception to delivery, we will give you information about safety measures to incorporate, bodily and hormonal changes, weight gain, contractions, nutrition, and optimal weight to maintain among many other considerations. To help with your journey we are here to increase your awareness so you can take informed decisions.  

We are here to make this process easier for you. We will tell you everything you need to know right from the basics.  

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Second Trimester

You are halfway there

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Third Trimester

Not too long to go now

Pregnancy Essentials

Best Nipple Creams 2023

When you need to provide relief to your cracked and raw skin, you choose a good, rich moisturizer to help you with. When you are pregnant or start nursing and pumping, chances are your nipples can become chapped, sore, itchy or even bleed at times. At such times you will require a soothing nipple cream to provide relief.

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Baby Essentials

Best Musical Cot Mobiles 2023

Cot mobiles are definitely fun for the baby and add to the design of the nursery – but the role they play is more than just aesthetics. They also benefit the baby. This decorative Baby mobile which is placed above cribs, strollers, changing stations, or car seats, offer more than just decor.
Apart from sensory development, baby mobiles also comfort and sooth babies. These are mostly the musical crib mobiles with muted colours and patterns.

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Baby Essentials

Best Portable Changing Mats 2023

The portable changing mats now come in the form of a clutch, which holds all those changing essentials in the one convenient place, as well as unfold to protect your baby’s bottom from rough and wet surfaces. They are easy and light to carry, can be a part of your diaper bag or your handbag when out for quick visit to the shops and even in your hand when out for a quick walk.

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Baby Essentials

Best Baby Carriers 2023

Baby-wearing has recently become super-popular right now, but you might be surprised to learn it has a long history. Mums have been wearing various versions of the baby carrier since many centuries to keep babies close to them. Some of the early carriers were made from just a long piece of cloth wrapped tightly around the woman’s body to keep the baby close to them while they worked the fields or went about their day.

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Pregnancy Essentials

Best creams, lotions and oils to help minimize and prevent stretch marks 2023

Whether you like to think of your stretch marks as your tiger stripes or whether you would ideally have a minimal amount on your tummy, most mums and mums-to-be have some stretch marks during pregnancy. They can appear anywhere on your body, from your belly to your thighs, your breasts or your buttocks and can be multiple colors – angry red, purple or just a dull light color.
According to most doctors, a big role on whether you get stretch marks or not depends on your genetics vs other factors but having said that, it really helps to keep your skin moisturized during pregnancy.

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Baby Essentials

Best Baby Changing Mats/Pads 2023

Changing mats might not seem like an essential item on your list or even something that you thought about till you stumbled across this article, but as a first-time mum, I can tell you that having a dedicated place for changing diapers is invaluable. Our changing mat is one of the most used products in our house, and it’s saved our sanity more than once because we have everything we need to change our baby centered around that one mat specially when the baby poops or pees.

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