Monthly Archives: August 2015

Postnatal Depression in Young Mums

Being a young mother is beautiful because that means you will have more time to love your baby. Before I am 40 years my son will already be in third or second year of university while most of my friends will maybe still attending class 8 meetings in school I will be finishing with my mummyhood, so totally cool!!!. 🙂 ...

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In a Matatu With My Six Week Baby

I am just from having a conversation with my friend Rhoda Kawira and we were talking about the cookout happening this coming weekend then all of a sudden she gets a slight panic attack, hahaha because we realize that for the very first time she will have to take a ‘jav’ with our little princess A. This is the one ...

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Saving Baby Denzel

PLEASE HELP US SAVE DENZEL’S LIFE. About a month ago, my newborn son of four months old was diagnosed with a heart problem that needs urgent correction. Even though he plays and laughs all the time, he gets tired quickly and is not growing. Baby Denzel has two holes in heart and pulmonary arterial hypertension. Immediately, we sought to get the ...

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Early Symptoms of Pregnancy

You may notice the early signs of pregnancy as little as within one week of conception. Most early pregnancy symptoms occur within the first four weeks and may include: A late period Slight bleeding or cramping as the embryo implants in your uterus (implantation bleeding) Tender breasts that seem to be growing already! Extreme tiredness… yes, it might not just ...

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Your Pregnancy: Week 5

How annoying is it when unborn babies’ growth is described in terms of fruit or vegetables? Very, but sorry, your little one is currently rocking an apple pip vibe in terms of size – but not for long! At five weeks gestation, they will be around 5mm long, and their heart, brain and spine will be developing at a pace. Soon, ...

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Your pregnancy week 4

Your baby at 4 weeks. Your growing baby is not even 3mm long yet and still not much bigger than a poppy seed. Despite the tiny size there’s plenty going on as the embryo splits into three different sections and the placenta takes form as well. In one section the brain and central nervous system are already beginning to take ...

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